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Volvo XC60 and XC90 May Get Polestar Versions


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Polestar may add the XC60 and XC90 SUVs to its lineup of high-performance Volvos, the company’s owner Christian Dahl confirmed.

VW Recalling 1.14 Million Cars in China and the US over Suspension Issues


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Volkswagen has announced it is recalling more than a million cars in North America and China to sort out a potential problem with rear suspension parts.

Basically, All Of The Porsche 918s Are Spoken For


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If you still want to grab a Porsche 918 Spyder, you might have missed your chance while you were debating whether to buy it or a house.

EVs Make up 15% of New Car Purchases in Norway; Nissan Leaf 3rd Best-Seller


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While EVs are struggling to make a difference in the grand scheme of cars sales around the world, Norway is showing us that their large scale use is feasible. The northern European country is loving using electrics sales of which have really taken off.

Land Rover May Build Diesel-Powered High-Performance Discovery Sport Variant


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Land Rover is reportedly considering a high-performance version of the new Discovery Sport to rival models like the Audi SQ5.

Video Explains Aquaplaning and What its Dangers Are


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Aquaplaning occurs when the tire of your car can no longer displace enough water and it rises, therefor losing contact (and all grip) with the road.

It happens to varying degrees, and it’s not always as noticeable, but it is usually caused by worn tires with low tread depth.

Range Rover Evoque Now Made in China As Well


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Jaguar Land Rover today inaugurated its first assembly plant outside the UK with Chinese partner Chery Automobile Company.

Spa-Francorchamps Not Happy with Infiniti's Plans to Use Eau Rouge Name


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Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium’s most famous racetrack and one of the most iconic in the world, plans to contest an application by Infiniti to trademark “Eau Rouge,” the circuit’s legendary turn.

BMW Celebrates 15 Years of X Models, We Ask You Which Was the Prettiest One?


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BMW wasn't the first carmaker to dive into the luxury SUV segment – that distinction falls to Land Rover, but it managed to become if not the, one of the most successful in the industry.

After Two Decades and Notable Quality Rise, Kia Still has Poor Perception in US


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It’s been exactly twenty years since Kia debuted in the US, back in 1994. You’d think that by now, having established itself over time as a maker of cheap and reliable motors and increasingly high quality ones as of late, they’d have rid themselves of the “crap brand” stigmata – Wards says they haven’t, though…

Dacia Sells 3 Millionth Car Since Brand’s Renewal in 2004


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Dacia is clearly a success story for Renault and the brand’s sales are testimony to that, with the Romanian brand racking up 3 million deliveries since the launch of the Logan in 2004.

Jaguar Land Rover Said to Consider US Plant


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Jaguar Land Rover is in talks to build an assembly plant in the United States, according to a report from the UK.

Dodge Prices 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat from $63,995*


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Dodge has released pricing for the 2015 Charger lineup, including the 707hp Charger SRT Hellcat, which starts from $63,995 - including a $1,700 gas guzzler tax, but not a $995 destination fee.

2.5L Five-Pot Confirmed for Audi RS3, May Get More Than 360HP


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Enthusiasts have kept their fingers crossed for the upcoming Audi RS3 to feature a five-cylinder engine and it appears that their prayers have been answered.

Could The 2016 BMW M2 Be Manual Transmission Only?


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How's this for a change of recent pace? BMW may release a car next year available only with a manual transmission.

Mercedes Will Build More Compacts in China Beyond the GLA


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Daimler AG and its partner BAIC Motor Corporation have signed an agreement to build further Mercedes-Benz compact car models beyond the GLA-Class in China.

Russian Car Market Hit Hard by Sanctions, Sales Down 20% in Sep.


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Russia’s car market is not immune to economic sanctions imposed by the US and EU, with sales plunging by 20 percent in September following a 26 percent drop in August.

Demand For Convertibles Isn't What It Used To Be


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Many automotive sectors have rebounded since the great global recession of the last decade, but the convertible isn't one of them.

Ford Mulls Selling U.S.-Market Plug-In Hybrids In Europe


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Given the praise Ford's hybrids have received in the States, it's interesting the company has only just announced they'd be available in Europe.

Land Rover Hands Over First Discovery Sport Produced to Virgin Galactic


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Land Rover has built the first series production Discovery Sport at the Halewood plant and has given it to global partner Virgin Galactic to support its operations base.