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McLaren 600LT Split by Guardrail, Abandoned in Washington State

Someones reaction to crashing a quarter million dollar sports car is going to be largely based on their annual income and their blood alcohol level. Though, Ive never seen anyone abandon an expensive road-going missile on the roadside. This changed earlier this week. Read more...

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Watch Ford Maverick Hybrid Carrying 850 Pounds Climb A Steep Grade Like A Boss

This Ford Maverick Hybrid averaged 34mpg while climbing a 6% grade with an 850lb payload.

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Cadillac Celestiq EV could arrive with a $300k price tag

Cadillac has continued to tease its new flagship EV, the Celestiq . We do know that the Celestiq electric sedan will sit at the top of the brand's lineup, but Cadillac hasn't given us any details about what it will be priced at. According to sources that spoke with the Wall Street Journal , the Cadillac Celestiq is going to be quite pricey with a price tag starting around $300,000. According to the report, the Celestiq will also go well... [read more]

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Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX EV travels 746 miles o single charge

Earlier this year the electric Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX concept made the headlines when it traveled 626 miles on a single charge. Now it's beat that feat by traveling up to 746 miles on a drive between Stuttgart, Germany, and Silverstone, England. Mercedes says that the Vision EQXX average energy consumption was 7.5 miles per kwh. The trip took 14 hours and 30 minutes with the Vision EQXX driving an average speed of 52 mph and a top speed of 87... [read more]

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Can These Supercars Beat The Porsche 911 Turbo S In A Drag Race?

The Porsche 911 Turbo S has the quickest claimed 0 to 60 mph among competitors with a time of only 2.6 seconds.

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2022 Hyundai Kona N, 2023 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, Polestar 5: This Week's Top Photos

By news@motorauthority.com (Joel Feder)
After spending a week with the 2022 Hyundai Kona N, we deemed it more than just a hot hatch. We called it a wild child. The performance version of an economy SUV has a frisky character that can go too far to high-strung. It may not be for everyone, but it's a lot of fun. Volkswagen teased an electric sedan concept that will be revealed on June 27...

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Lanzante returns with P1 Spider

By news@motorauthority.com (Stephen Edelstein)
The McLaren P1 has been out of production for several years, but British motorsport and engineering firm Lanzante continues to build new versions of the plug-in hybrid hypercar from existing cars. The latest is a limited-edition P1 Spider, which debuts at the 2022 Goodwood Festival of Speed. To ensure that removing the roof didn't upset the lines...

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Rolls-Royce Phantom 6x6 Conversion Proves The World Has Gone Mad

It's like a posh monster straight out of a Mad Max movie.

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Toyota bZ4X Already Recalled For Wheels That Could Come Off

The Subaru Solterra is also affected by the same issue.

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Ford Fiesta Doesn't Like To Turn In The Moose Test

The testers concluded that the result was due to the hatchback's tires.

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BMW M Promises The Manual Transmission Will Live On

With people actually ordering manual M2s, the company is determined to keep the stick shift alive.

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Tiny Rotary Engine Spinning At 30,000 RPM Sounds Insane

If you're finding excuses to love the Wankel rotary, this is one of them.

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VW loses 2 EV execs as ID4 production begins

Former Tesla execs Matt Renna and Dustin Krause had been with VW since 2018, joining as the automaker prepared to sell EVs in the U.S. They departed in spring for jobs with EV startups as the German automaker begins producing ID4s in the U.S. for the first time.

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2 EV execs exit as VW ID4 production begins

Former Tesla execs Matt Renna and Dustin Krause had been with VW since 2018, joining as the automaker prepared to sell EVs in the U.S. They departed in spring for jobs with EV startups as the German automaker begins producing ID4s in the U.S. for the first time.

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Genesis Electrified G80 launch delayed

Genesis' Electrified G80 battery-powered sedan will go on sale later than expected. It will offer combined output of 365 hp and 282 miles of range on a single charge.

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Silicon Valley car dealer embraces a tech giant culture

Del Grande dealer group thrives in Silicon Valley by embracing the area's tech culture. The family enterprise invests in training, compensation and the perks expected in the California enclave.

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Citron My Ami EV Buggy Sells Out In Under 18 Minutes

The tiny rugged EV won't break lap times, but customers were quick to put down their money to get one.

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Watch Electric Spirling Almost Break Goodwood's Hill Climb Record

It was an astounding performance from the mini Batmobile, but the VW I.D. R still reigns.

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Are Sports Cars An Endangered Species In The Automotive World?

Between high-performance SUVs and the SUV/sedan hungry Chinese market, coupes and convertibles are becoming a very niche segment.

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How to Watch NASCAR, IMSA, SRX and Everything Else in Racing This Weekend, June 24-26

Welcome to the Jalopnik Weekend Motorsports Roundup, where we let you know whats going on in the world of racing, how to watch this weekends NASCAR, IMSA, and SRX racing, and where you can talk about it, all in one convenient place. Where else would you want to spend your weekend? Read more...

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Drivers Don't Want Full-On Autonomy Controlling Their Vehicles

Automakers and tech startups have been pushing autonomy on consumers for the last few years. While it appears no on asked whether or not anyone was really interested it, they just started developing it. It turns out people actually still want to drive their cars. A recent IIHS survey published this month showed people Read more...

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Henry Ford's 1908-Built Detroit Mansion Is For Sale For $975K

It comes with a two-story detached garage that has a workshop.

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Bruton Smith was a 'visionary' in retail and racing

Bruton Smith, a pioneer-turned-titan in both auto retailing and motorsports, leveraged small roles selling cars and promoting dirt-track races to create two business giants: Sonic Automotive and Speedway Motorsports.

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Used Ford F-150 Lightning At Florida Dealer Has $193,988 Price Tag

It's more than double the starting MSRP of the F-150 Lightning Platinum.

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These Expensive Cars Have the Worst Interiors

People always say you get what you pay for, but thats not always the case - especially when it comes to cars. These days, you can pick up some surprisingly lovely runarounds for a lot less than you might think. Well, only if you can find a dealer not charging ridiculous markups. Read more...

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Cadillac Plans Jaw-Dropping $300,000 Ultra Luxury Price Tag on its Upcoming Celestiq EV: Report

Cadillac thinks its ready to run with the really big dogs of automotive luxury. An exclusive report in the Wall Street Journal shows just how big Cadillac plans to go. Citing unnamed sources, WSJ says Cadillac will price its upcoming EV, the Celestiq , at $300,000 to start . Thats right, different packages and options Read more...

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NYC Crushes 900 ATVs And Dirtbikes In Serious Case Of Deja Vu

The city has been doing this every year for the past six years. Isn't there a better solution?

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2022 Subaru WRX, BMW M3 Touring, 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 63: The Week In Reverse

By news@motorauthority.com (Joel Feder)
We drove the 2022 Subaru WRX, the BMW M3 Touring debuted, and we spotted the 2023 Mercedes-Benz AMG GLC 63. It's the Week in Reverse, right here at Motor Authority. We spent a week behind the wheel of the 2022 Subaru WRX, and found it embraces its rally-car roots. With functional body cladding and aero elements, a 6-speed manual transmission, and...

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Porsche 963 Le Mans prototype racer debuts at Goodwood Festival of Speed

By news@motorauthority.com (Kirk Bell)
Porsche hasn't raced at Le Mans since 2017, but on Friday Porsche showed the car that will mark the brand's return to big-time road racing, the Porsche 963. The 963 prototype race car was shown for the first time at England's Goodwood Festival of Speed. The 963 will compete not only in the FIA World Endurance Championship's LMDh (hypercar) class...

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Cadillac Celestiq Could Cost $300,000: Report

Production reportedly starts in late 2023.

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Bentley Is Building 12 Examples of its Two-Time Le Mans-Winning Speed Six

Following the success of Bentleys Blower Continuation Series , the automaker has once again reached into its vaults to resurrect a classic; 12 examples of the Bentley Speed Six, which won Le Mans in 1929 and 1930, will be handcrafted by Bentleys coach building arm, Bentley Mulliner. Read more...

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Challenger Hellcat Vs Chevy Corvette Z06 Is Drag Racing At Its Finest

Identical reaction times with evenly matched cars means door-to-door excitement.

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Porsche Penske Motorsport Reveals Track-Hungry 963 GTP Hypercar

Porsche looks to be very ready for hypercar racing. Or as close as any of the manufacturers signed up for the first season of Grand Touring Prototype (GTP) racing for the 2023 IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship and World Endurance Championship (WEC) seasons. Porsche Penske Racing debuted their race-ready car, in Read more...

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Porsche 963 LMDh Prototype Debuts At Goodwood, Will Race In 2023

Its first outing will be at the 24 Hours of Daytona in January.

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Ford Vows to Clean Up Quality as Recalls Hit Hard

The Ford Motor Company may be hitting home runs with products like the revamped Bronco and mid-sized Maverick , but that batting average is suffering under the weight of multiple massive recalls of some of its latest and greatest products. Read more...

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Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX electric concept car drove 746 miles on single charge

By news@motorauthority.com (Stephen Edelstein)
After traveling 626 miles on a single charge earlier this year, the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQXX concept has broken its own record with a 1,202-kilometer (746-mile) dash between Stuttgart, Germany, and Silverstone, England. During the trip, the Vision EQXX averaged energy consumption of 7.5 miles per kwh, Mercedes said Thursday in a press release...

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Ford Bronco Isn't Stealing Sales From Jeep Wrangler: Study

Wrangler market share for its segment is still in the 7 to 9 percent range despite the Bronco's arrival in 2021.

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Polestar is Latest EV Startup to Go Public After SPAC Merger

Swedish electric car maker Polestar has become the latest startup to go public, with plans to raise $850 million through the sale of its stock. But, as with many of its predecessors, the company found its spot on the NASDAQ after merging with a special-purpose acquisition company , or SPAC. Read more...

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GM investment opens UVeye tech to dealership service departments

General Motors said it made an undisclosed investment in UVeye , an Israeli-based automated vehicle inspection technology developer, through its GM Ventures unit. As part of the collaboration, announced Wednesday , GM will have access to UVeye's technology, such as an underbody scanner that can detect frame damage; a system that checks tire quality and issues such as sidewall damage; and a 360-degree detection system that checks sheet metal and other external body issues. "We're excited to have GM as... [read more]

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Ford Mustang Dark Horse, 2023 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, Bentley Speed Six: Today's Car News

By news@motorauthority.com (Joel Feder)
Ford trademarked the Mustang Dark Horse named with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. But what is it? While it could be a version of the upcoming seventh-generation Mustang, it's more than likely the name for Ford's new Mustang Black Accent Package. Time will tell. GM teased the 2023 Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 and announced the truck's...

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Harley Davidson Now Won't Void Warranties Over Third-Party Parts or Repairs

The fedshave ordered Harley Davidson to chill out. The Verge reports that the FTC has ordered the motorcycle brand to follow right-to-repair rules. The company has been engaging in shady and outright illegal practices when it comes to vehicle warranties, parts, and repairs. Read more...

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Porsche, Penske unveil new hybrid racer

Porsche Penske Motorsport unveiled its new prototype race car, the Porsche 963.

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Polestar goes public on the Nasdaq as PSNY

By news@motorauthority.com (Stephen Edelstein)
Polestar on Friday began trading on the Nasdaq in New York under the ticker PSNY. The Volvo spinoff EV brand announced plans in September 2021 to go public via a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) deal. Also known as reverse mergers, these deals allow a private company to go public by being taken over by a SPAC, a company that's already...

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The Automotive Absurdism of Pippa Garner

Artist Pippa Garners convoluted and mesmeric relationship with the automobile started shortly after her birth, as Phillip Garner, in 1942. The first cars she recalls all had very specific facial expressions. The Oldsmobiles had a frown. The Buicks had a sort of leering grin like they were stupid or something. I Read more...

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Pierre Gasly signs with Alpha Tauri through 2023

By news@motorauthority.com (Stephen Edelstein)
Pierre Gasly will stay with Alpha Tauri for the 2023 Formula One season, the team confirmed Friday in a press release. "I'm happy to remain with my Scuderia Alpha Tauri team," Gasly said in a statement. "This year's new regulations have created new challenges for us and being able to plan our development with the team for the next 18 months is a...

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