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New Chinese Carmaker Kawei Starts Off on Wrong Foot with Ford F-150 Clone

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Looking back three years, we see how much the domestic Chinese automotive sector has evolved, up to the point where the rest of the world almost needs to take it seriously…

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Carscoops' A to Z Guide to the 2014 New York Auto Show - The Final Roundup

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On April 16 and 17, the world's auto industry and press convene on the Big Apple's west side for the 2014 New York International Auto Show, which will then welcome the public from April 18 to 27. In this section, we'll be covering and keeping you informed on all the world and North American production and concept car premieres with constant updates.

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Would You Care for a BMW Sportback Concept?

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It's anyone's guess if Audi would feel flattered or offended about a BMW model borrowing their Sportback moniker, but this concept wasn't made by the Bavarians, so it doesn't really matter, now, does it? The pictured BMW Sportback Concept is the finalized work of industrial designer Ismet Çevik.

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Caterham Seven Reimagined With 1960s Indy-Inspired Body

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While nobody is arguing that the Caterham Seven is a car you buy for the experience of driving it, not the look, we’re sure that some owners would be interested in re-bodying the all-important chassis in some kind of different clothing.

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Opel Reportedly Preparing Small Electric Car for 2017

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Opel is said to launch a small electric vehicle in 2017 that will be spun off the carmaker’s upcoming city car, a report from Germany claims. Known under the codename BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle), the vehicle will be significantly smaller and cheaper than the Opel Ampera plug-in electric hybrid, priced from €38,300 ($52,510) in Germany.

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This BMW M3 'Ring Crash Actually Ended Better Than You Expect – Plus Bonus Slippery Clip

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No one is denying that there's an inherent risk whenever you place yourself into the driver's seat of a car and hit the circuit for a competitive race or just for personal kicks, but no one likes it when things go sour either. Nevertheless, the driver of the BMW M3 E92 should feel blessed that this mishap turned out the way it did.

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Nissan Offers Two Years of Free Public Charging for New Leaf Buyers in the U.S.

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In a move that's bound to draw some attention, Nissan said it is expanding the “No Charge to Charge” promotion in the U.S., providing two years of no-cost public charging with the purchase or lease of a new Nissan Leaf. The promotion will launch in 25 U.S. markets, which together make up more than 80 percent of Leaf sales.

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Porsche Does the Right Thing and Offers to Buy Back or Replace Nick Murray's 911 Lemon

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After a long internet battle, disgruntled Porsche 911 owner Nick Murray who experienced so many problems with his car that he labeled it a "lemon", got what he wanted: a positive response from Porsche North America (PCNA), which offered him the option to either buy back his 911 for the original value or replace it with a new one.

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Henrik Fisker Designs Viking Custom Bike Concept for Denmark’s Lauge Jensen

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Henrik Fisker’s automotive manufacturing adventure has ended, but that doesn’t mean that the Danish designer can’t delight gearheads with his creations. Unlike some of his famous designs like the Aston Martin DB9 or BMW Z8, his latest work has only two wheels.

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Non-Running but Fairly Clean 1978 Lotus 503 Elite for sale in Kansas

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This old 1978 Lotus may look very clean, but that’s because it’s made of fiberglass and it doesn’t rust. However, it’s not a runner, its brakes are bad and there are several other things wrong with it too. Model-wise it’s a 1978 503 Elite (the earlier Type 75), of which 2,535 were built from 1974 to 1982.