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Toyota chief scientist: Not everyone should drive a battery EV

Many people are passionate about climate change, but not everybody should drive a battery electric vehicle as a means to…

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NTSB: Driver was at wheel in Tesla crash, despite where body was found

DETROIT — A driver was behind the wheel when a Tesla electric car crashed and burned last April near Houston,…

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Watch a Bentley Continental GT Speed hoon around an abandoned Sicilian air base

If your morning caffeine dose isn’t quite getting the job done, watching a 12-cylinder Bentley Continental GT Speed drift around…

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Now is your last chance to win this Toyota Land Cruiser worth nearly $250K

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Volvo recalls another 195,000 vehicles to replace airbag inflators

Volvo has recalled 194,546 vehicles built between 2001 and 2007 due to airbag inflators that “may explode during deployment, due…

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Toyota Tundra Capstone peak luxury trim in the works?

Toyota may be poised to introduce a new luxury-spec trim for its redesigned 2022 Tundra. Footage of a hybrid model…

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2022 Genesis GV70 Luggage Test | How much cargo space?

The 2022 Genesis GV70 has 28.9 cubic-feet of cargo space behind its raised back seat. On paper at least, that…

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Watch a Polaris RZR Pro R side-by-side by Hoonigan jump and drift in Long Beach

Polaris makes side-by-sides that are more at home in the woods than in urban areas. One exception is the new…

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Tesla driving data decrypted by Dutch forensic lab

LONDON — The Dutch government’s forensic lab said on Thursday it had decrypted electric carmaker Tesla’s closely guarded driving data-storage…

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Republicans: Fixing supply chain is more urgent than social spending

WASHINGTON — A group of 160 Republican lawmakers said addressing supply chain woes that have dramatically slowed the manufacture and…

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