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BorgWarner eBooster: Electricity in the air

The concept of pumping more air into an internal combustion engine to burn more fuel to produce more power is nearly as old as the engine itself. It is typically (and increasingly in recent years) done by an exhaust-driven turbocharger, which uses the substantial heat energy in exhaust gases exiting the cylinders to spin a turbine that drives a pump that pushes more intake air into them. The other alternative has been a supercharger driven by... Read More


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2015 Dodge Viper gets a $15,000 price cut

Hoping to bolster the decidedly grim sales numbers of the high-intensity supercar, Dodge has announced a huge $15,000 price reduction on the 2015 Viper...


2017 Cadillac models to offer Intelligent and Connected V2V tech

General Motors CEO Mary Barra has confirmed that Cadillac will begin offering a new strain of advanced intelligent and connected technologies on a...


2016 Jaguar XE unveiled

In a gala coming out party at Earl's Court in London, the wraps came off of the all-new 2016 Jaguar XE. Showcased in its range-topping XE S guise, this...


2016 Fiat 500X Crossover teased for Paris

Set for a full reveal at the Paris Auto Show next month prior to a U.S. launch in early 2015, the new 2016 Fiat 500X gets previewed in a new video that...


2015 Chrysler 300/300C will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show

While offering no details beyond noting its full-size sedan will be "thoroughly refreshed," Al Gardner, president and CEO, Chrysler Brand -- Chrysler...


2015 Lexus RC First Drive: A beauty and a beast

Think about a Lexus and a few things are bound to come to mind: comfortable road manners, stellar reliability, excellent resale value and conservative...


Video Review: 2015 Chrysler 200

Sharing nothing in common with its predecessor, the 2nd-generation Chrysler 200 has been completely redesigned to give segment stalwarts a run for their...


2015 Chevy Colorado/GMC Canyon: Best-in-class V6 mpg

Based on just-released EPA fuel economy numbers, the 2015 Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon midsize pickups boast benchmark stats for the category when...


2015 Toyota Camry pricing starts at $23,795

The facelifted 2015 Toyota Camry will arrive in showrooms late this month offering bolder style, crisper handling and significant feature upgrades. The...


This Week In Car Buying: Sales up, incentives expire, what's next?

Automakers' Labor Day incentive blitz helped lift August sales by 6 percent over last year and pushed the seasonally adjusted annualized sales to 17.5...


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