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Top 10 Cars We Love But Can’t Have: 2018 Paris Motor Show

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We can’t have nice things. Continue Reading...

Mercedes-Benz EQC vs. Audi E-Tron: Spec Sheet Comparison

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Which brand new fully electric crossover has the early edge? Continue Reading...

2020 Mercedes-Benz GLE is Bigger and Has a New Inline-Six

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Bigger and better, what’s not to like? Continue Reading...

France Plans to Ditch Diesel

France Plans to Ditch Diesel
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When it comes to vehicular fuels two giants come to mine: gasoline and diesel. The former is dominant on this side of the Atlantic while the latter is extremely popular in the old world. Despite this the French government has plans to slowly phase out diesel for use in passenger cars. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Cars From the 2014 Paris Motor Show

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Top 10 Cars From the 2014 Paris Motor Show
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Paris, France is an international gem known for art and culture, fine dining and high fashion as well as its architecture and history. This capital’s biennial auto show is also a major attraction, particularly for gear heads. Continue Reading...

2015 BMW 2 Series Drops it Top in Paris

2015 BMW 2 Series Drops it Top in Paris
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The 2014 Paris Motor Show is in full swing with global automakers revealing all kinds of concept cars and production models in the City of Light. BMW took advantage of the occasion to unveil its new drop-top 2 Series. Continue Reading...

10 German Vehicles NOT Actually Built in Germany

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10 German Vehicles NOT Actually Built in Germany
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Cultural stereotypes aside, Germany is known for its advanced technology, engineering prowess and top-quality manufacturing. The land of beer, bratwurst and BMW is especially famed for its automobiles, which are renowned the world over for their driving dynamics and Autobahn-proven performance. Continue Reading...

Mitsubishi to Sell Rebadged Renault Family Sedan in America

Mitsubishi to Sell Rebadged Renault Family Sedan in America
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Renault has been strategically aligned with Nissan since 1999 but today the Franco-Japanese partnership just announced their intention to cooperate with ailing automaker Mitsubishi. Continue Reading...

Citroën Cactus Concept a lot Softer Than it Sounds

Citroën Cactus Concept a lot Softer Than it Sounds
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French automaker Citroën may be struggling but it ain’t dead. The beret-wearing brand will reveal a new concept vehicle called the Cactus at next week’s vehicular blowout in Frankfurt. Continue Reading...

Top 10 Most Important Cars You’ve Never Heard Of

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Top 10 Most Important Cars You’ve Never Heard Of
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Everyone’s heard of the Ford Model T and Toyota Prius. They’re two of the most significant – and best-known – vehicles produced by the automotive industry. Introduced at opposite ends of the last century they were each revolutionary in their own way, bringing about important changes that shaped the car business for years to come…. Continue Reading...

Toyota iQ City Racer Coming To France

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Toyota iQ City Racer Coming To France
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It might sound like an oxymoron to hear Toyota iQ City Racer, with its 1.3L VVT-i engine pumping out the ever-so massive 98-hp. But that’s not going to stop Toyota from releasing a limited edition iQ aimed at the French market with some sporty aesthetic modifications. Only 300 units of the iQ City Racer will… Continue Reading...

Dacia Lodgy Participates In Trophee Andros Rally Championship Before Official Debut

Dacia Lodgy Participates In Trophee Andros Rally Championship Before Official Debut
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Dacia has taken quite a different approach in revealing its latest minivan, Lodgy. Rather than traveling the usual auto show circuit and looking pretty on rotating pedestals, a unique, race-prepped Dacia Lodgy has been made to compete in France’s ice rally series, the Trophée Andros, months before any information on the production model is available…. Continue Reading...

Austin-Healey From 1955 Le Mans Tragedy Fetches $1-Million

Austin-Healey From 1955 Le Mans Tragedy Fetches $1-Million
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One of the darkest days in motorsports is arguably June 11, 1955. On this day, at the Le Mans 24-hour race, on lap 35, Pierre Levegh’s Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR hit the back of Lance Macklin’s Austin-Healey 100 Special, and was sent flying into the crowds. When all the smoke and dust cleared, 83 spectators had… Continue Reading...

Toyota Partners with ORECA for Hybrid Le Mans Race Program

Toyota Partners with ORECA for Hybrid Le Mans Race Program
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In the world of motorsports, it’s nearly impossible for a new team to come out of the box and be competitive. So what is a novice group that is looking for success to do? Simple, partner with one of the most successful teams in the sport. That is exactly what Toyota is doing by partnering… Continue Reading...

France Updates Penalties And Incentives On New Car CO2 Emissions

France Updates Penalties And Incentives On New Car CO2 Emissions
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To further encourage French drivers to practice eco-consciousness, France’s minister of industry announced a plan to update the CO2 emission points system for new cars. New cars sold in France are categorized into four tiers. The revision will provide a scaled reward system for vehicles that emit 104 grams of CO2 per kilometer or less…. Continue Reading...

Mazda 787B Returns To Le Mans After 20 Years [Video]

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Marking the 20th anniversary of Mazda‘s victory in the world’s most demanding endurance race, the 24 Hour of Le Mans, Mazda has brought the winning Mazda 787B back from the dead. Mazda’s 787B made history in 1991 at the 24 Hours of Le Mans by becoming the first Japanese car to win the event. It’s victory… Continue Reading...

Audi Providing Real-Time Telemetry And Footage During Le Mans 24-Hour Race

Audi Providing Real-Time Telemetry And Footage During Le Mans 24-Hour Race
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Audi fans will be able to get closer to all the race action for this year’s Le Mans by logging into the company’s internet channels. On their Twitter and Facebook pages, you’ll be able to get real-time video and telemetry of the race as it happens, so fans can feel closer to the action, even… Continue Reading...

Mazda 787B Returning To Le Mans After 20 Years

Mazda 787B Returning To Le Mans After 20 Years
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Marking the 20th anniversary of Mazda‘s victory in the world’s most demanding endurace race, the 24 Hour of Le Mans, Mazda has brought the winning Mazda 787B back from the dead. Since winning in 1991, the Mazda 787B has been on display at the Mazda Museum in Horishima, Japan. The car has been carefully restored… Continue Reading...
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