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Report: BMW to power all their cars primarily with electric motors in the future…?

A new report hails in from AutoCar, who heard that BMW is planning to make some drastic changes to their future lineup. How drastic? Well, one thing is for sure we love BMW for their ability–or past ability–to make some seriously fun-to-drive cars, including the epic power and drivetrains that just seem to work so harmoniously well together. But […]

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GM introduces new Dynamic Skip Fire System, is basically next-gen cylinder deactivation w/ video

Computer-controlled engine ignition and timing has led to the introduction of unique internal combustion engine features such as cylinder deactivation. General Motors is the first to attempt what’s known as variable displacement, and it started life in the infamous Cadillac V8-6-4, which anyone who remembers, was a truly problematic motor simply because computers weren’t powerful enough […]

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Ford claims fully-autonomous vehicles should be ready for masses very soon

Ford took a moment at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to update everyone on their progress with autonomous vehicles, with such a concept being the latest buzz in the technology sector of the car world. That said, Ford officially announced to be developing fully-autonomous vehicles, which should be available for the masses […]

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Report: Porsche working on more plug-in hybrid models

Porsche was once a huge opponent to alternative powertrains such as hybrid tech but that all changed with the 918 Spyder and various other hybrid models such as the plug-in Panamera E-Hybrid. And get this–Porsche is currently the only manufacturer in the industry to offer the most plug-in models with their new lineup, with the […]

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Photo Rendering: Could this be the new next-gen Mitsubishi Lancer?

Although Mitsubishi officially announced to be axing the Lancer Evolution for good as the small Japanese automaker focuses on hybrid and EV models, this obviously doesn’t mean the Lancer itself is dead, especially when it’s a particularly integral and important model for them. That’s because the Lancer competes with cars like the Honda Civic, the […]

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Report: 2016 BMW 7-Series to get panorama glass sky lounge roof and leather engine cover…?

Following the photo leak of what appears to be the next-gen 2016 BMW 7-Series, new rumors surfaced suggesting the new 7er could get a lot of clever new tech and gadgets that not only function, but wow the occupants as well. According to a new report from BMW enthusiast site, BMWBlog, the new 7-Series should get […]

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Video: What happens when you pin a BMW M4 Coupe against a BMW i8 in a drag race?

As the title says–AutoBild in Germany decided to answer this question in a recent video, to see if classic internal combustion still reigns to be superior in the performance department, when compared to the i8’s clever and high-tech hybrid electric powertrain, which comes with a tiny, but potent 1.5L turbocharged motor. That might not sound […]

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Nissan prices the 2015 Sentra beginning at $16,480

The current Nissan Sentra is a far-cry from being a truly competitive in its segment, from being down on power and being fitted with character-robbing CVT transmission, all in the name of economy. But nonetheless, the Sentra carries on for the 2015 model year, starting at $16,480 as a starting price, excluding the usual $825 […]

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Video: Watch Porsche assemble the 918 Spyder on the assembly line

The Porsche 918 Spyder is without a doubt an engineering marvel and one of the most complicated machines ever built. But it’s also assembled by hand and that sort of craftsmanship doesn’t come cheap, especially if it comes from Zuffenhausen. To show what sort of craftsmanship and engineering goes into the 918 Spyder, a new […]

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The 2016 Chevrolet Volt–this is it, and it was revealed at the 2015 CES in Las Vegas

We all know a 2016 Chevrolet Volt is on the way to being revealed but surprisingly, GM let the cat out of the bag at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, recently, providing a “sneak preview.” And a sneak preview it certainly is as full information regarding the new model has yet to […]

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