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Hot hatch from Hyundai

Hyundai's Veloster N has been spotted on Germany's Nurburgring track with light camouflage.


Roy Lunn: A force behind groundbreaking vehicles

Roy Lunn was a mechanical and aeronautical engineer who led development of the first Jeep Cherokee and Ford's original GT40. He helped pioneer unitized vehicle construction to help meet fuel economy requirements.

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Maven's mobility plans come into focus

A dealership car-sharing program represents one more step toward what Maven CEO Julia Steyn has called a "holistic mobility platform." The idea is a one-stop shop for emerging mobility services.

3-wheel dream needs cash

It remains unclear whether Elio Motors will ever get its three-wheel vehicle to market, but one thing is certain: The startup needs more cash.

Jaguar's classroom on wheels

There are the obvious reasons why Jaguar would want to build the fire-breathing Project 8 sport sedan, such as magazine covers and branding power. But there's a less-obvious motivation, too.

Steady ramp-up for Genesis

A new sports sedan will begin to round out Genesis' lineup, along with a trio of crossovers due in the next two to four years.

Kia keeps pushing its boundaries

Kia continues to expand its horizons with more electrified powertrains, new crossover nameplates and a legitimate sports sedan that will seek to challenge the German stalwarts.

Automakers, dealers shine spotlight on eclipse

Monday's total -- a rare celestial event cutting a huge swath across the United States -- is prompting automakers, dealers and others to celebrate with viewing parties, product stunts and employee appreciation events.

Abolish NAFTA? Some Mexicans agree

President Donald Trump's narrative of Mexico as the big winner under NAFTA — so big that the U.S. needs to tilt the accord back toward American interests — is news to most Mexicans.

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