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2016 Smart ForTwo First Review

I've always liked the idea behind the Smart ForTwo more than the car itself. After all, like pickup trucks make sense for rural living, urban cars make a lot of sense for city dwellers. They're small, they only use a little gas, and they take up much less parking space in a crowded city. Unfortunately, the actual execution of the previous-generation Smart was, well, kind of awful. The transmission was jerky, the price was too high, the car... Read More


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Toyota will launch fuel-cell powered sedan here in 2015

During a presentation at this week's Center for Automotive Research's Management Briefing Seminars in Traverse City, Michigan, Toyota sales boss Jim...


2013 Audi R8 e-tron will feature new digital rearview mirror

Fresh from taking its victory laps at this year's 24 Hours of Le Mans, Audi's innovative digital rearview mirror that saw its first fitment in the...


2012 Audi R8 Exclusive Selection Editions - limited run for U.S.

Having recently revealed the restyled 2013 Audi R8, the automaker has just announced it will build a very exclusive farewell run of unique 2012 Audi R8...


Pikes Peak Hillclimb set to go this weekend

Postponed by wildfires that ravaged Colorado in early July, the annual Pikes Peak Hillclimb will take place this Sunday on the famed mountain outside of...


2013 Honda Accord revealed

While a number of technical specifications as well as even a glimpse of its new interior treatment will have to wait until closer to its fall on-sale...


New Uconnect Access turns your car a mobile smartphone

Stepping up the capabilities and the user-friendliness of its already impressive Uconnect infotainment system, Chrysler has announced a new deal with...


2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid nets best-in-class 47-mpg EPA figures

Formalizing the bragging rights it originally staked out early last month, the 2013 Ford C-MAX Hybrid has now been officially EPA-rated at 47 mpg in the...


Dodge departing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series in 2013

Ralph Gilles, head of SRT Motorsports, announced today that Dodge will not campaign its new 2013 Charger in next-year's NASCAR Sprint Cup. The ambitious...


Ford SYNC app now offers new relief for allergy sufferers

Moving to expand the capabilities of vehicles equipped with its SYNC Applink feature, Ford has announced that it is now compatible with the Allergy...


GM Ventures betting on a NanoSteel future

Carbon fiber, composites, aluminum and other low-mass alternatives may grab most of the headlines when it comes to weight-reduction solutions for...


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