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Ghost in the Machine: Man Sues Over Possessed Tesla Model X

Bad PR from customers annoyed by their problem-plagued Tesla Model X SUVs continues to hammer the electric automaker.

Grim Start to the Memorial Day Weekend

They say that any accident that results in zero injuries is a good one, but Detroit-area residents trying to beat Memorial Day Weekend traffic on Friday probably didn’t feel that relief.

Subaru Hopes BRZ Design Tweaks, Power Bump Get Buyers Hot and Bothered

Are modest improvements in looks and power enough to revive consumer interest in the Subaru BRZ? The automaker sure hopes so.

Nein! Mercedes-Benz Won’t Let the Diesel Dream Die

The world’s oldest automaker isn’t about to let regulators pry its diesel engines from its warm, German hands.

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2016 BMW M2 Review – Don’t Call It a Comeback

For decades BMW worked tirelessly to cultivate a reputation for building performance machines that could hit above their weight classes.

NSA in Your NSX: Your Car is a Data Breach Waiting to Happen

Your faithful four-wheeled companion — the one that costs you an arm and a leg but you still love it — has the data-gathering potential to make your life a Kafkaesque nightmare.

Phoenix Dealership Fined for Not Fixing Recalled Vehicles Before Sale

After an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an Arizona dealership promised it won’t sell recalled vehicles sans repair.

Design Changes Coming for Volkswagen Beetle’s Final Act

The Volkswagen Beetle’s days are numbered, but at least it will go to its grave with updated looks. Design changes are coming for the 2017 model, with a host of new trim lines on tap — in Europe, at least.

Bark’s Bites: The Mistakes You’re Making When You Buy A Car, Vol. I

The best thing about writing the Ask Bark series since the beginning of the year has been the feedback that you, the Best and Brightest, have given to our questioners.

America’s First Road Trip: How a $50 Bet and a Dog Got a Nation on the Move

by Richard A. Ratay The first noteworthy attempt to drive across America began as many ill-advised feats do — on a bet.

Real Racing: Thundersaloons, Brands Hatch, 1988 (Video)

The Thundersaloon (you must read that name like a monster truck announcer: “THUNDERsaloon!”) series of racing featured great UK drivers like Robin Donovan and John Cleland.

Junkyard Find: 1981 Chevrolet Citation Hatchback

The Chevrolet Citation is so frustrating mostly because it was such a great opportunity for General Motors to own the 1980s; if it had worked as well in reality as it did on paper, it would have obliterated the competition.

RIP, Buick Verano (2012 – 2016)

It’s official. The little sedan that carried the entry-level luxury flag for Buick has fallen in battle.

Crossovers Will Take Over the World, And Here’s Proof

Once they’re behind the wheel of an SUV or crossover, it seems drivers stop wanting anything else. That’s the gist of a report by IHS Automotive, which found that SUVs and crossovers have the highest owner loyalty rates of any body style in the industry.

TTAC Reader Unimpressed With Tone Deaf Volkswagen Mailout

Pity poor Volkswagen. It’s constantly accused of doing the wrong thing in the wake of the diesel emissions scandal.

Is Salvation Near for Fallen Airbag Giant Takata?

The company behind one of the largest safety recalls in automotive history might have a lifeline thrown its way.

Is Jeep Shifting Gears? Rumors Fly Over Automatic-Only Wrangler

There’s been plenty of digital ink spilled over the forthcoming JL Wrangler, due out in 2018. Jeep is a huge cash cow for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, so the pressure is on to design a Wrangler which appeals to the general public and placates the hordes of rabid Jeep fans — who are known to gather torches […] The post Is Jeep Shifting Gears?

Coming Home: Silverado 1500 Crew Cab Production Heads to Flint

It looks like Mexico couldn’t handle the demand. After sending some of the production of its light-duty trucks south of the border in 2013, General Motors will soon begin assembly of the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 crew cab in Flint, Michigan, according to MLive.

British Invasion: Cosworth to Set Up Shop in Detroit

A company whose name is synonymous with performance wants to put down roots in Big Three territory. Cosworth, the British manufacturer of specialized engine parts and electronics, aims to open a $30 million plant in the northern suburbs of Detroit by 2018, Automotive News reports.


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