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Is a Jaguar XF Sportbrake Wagon Finally Coming to America?

Is a Jaguar XF Sportbrake Wagon Finally Coming to America?
Jaguar had better not be toying with us, because if all of these feline-friendly lines are just a tease and American buyers get denied yet another amazing automobile we’re going to crack. The British automaker has already seen outstanding success with its new line of XF sedans, and by taunting us with outlines of a Sportbrake version, the brand both raises our pulses and our curiosity.
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Watch as a Honda Civic Type R Sets FWD Nürburgring Record

Watch as a Honda Civic Type R Sets FWD Nürburgring Record
It’s official folks, Honda has announced that the all-new Civic Type R is now the world’s fastest front-wheel-drive (FWD) production car. On April 3rd, 2017 the new Type R lapped the 12.9-mile loop in a record 7 minutes, 43.80 seconds, in the process setting the fastest FWD lap time in history, crushing the old record by over 3 seconds.
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2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Review: The 3rd Inning Stretch

2017 Toyota Highlander Hybrid Review: The 3rd Inning Stretch
It’s Reds season in Cincinnati, and it seems like every year I forget how gung-ho people are about baseball in this town. OK, so I guess having the first pro team in history technically labels Cincy as baseball icon of sorts, but did it have to spawn so many god-awful drivers?
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Let’s Go Inside the Audi TT RS Coupe Assembly Line

Let’s Go Inside the Audi TT RS Coupe Assembly Line
I’ve toured a few assembly plants in my day, and while the Acura NSX assembly plant in Marysville, Ohio remains the most impressive, the video here shows that Audi’s plant in Hungary is amazing in its own regard.
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Volvo Shows Us Why the 2018 XC60 is Going to Rule

Volvo Shows Us Why the 2018 XC60 is Going to Rule
Say what you may, but we’re pretty pumped about Volvo’s overhaul of the XC60 crossover. While the current version represents about 30% of Volvo’s total global sales, it has gotten quite long in the tooth, and is nowhere near as sharp as its larger, XC90 sibling.
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Gorbachev’s $770,000 Armored Russian Presidential Limo for Sale

Gorbachev’s $770,000 Armored Russian Presidential Limo for Sale
Anyone want to throw-in so we can all share one of the most indestructible and questionably reliable cars in history? We hear it has seating for seven and enough opulent recycled cold war leftovers to soften even the hardest hammered Soviet sickle.
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Toyota FT-4X Concept: For the “Casualcore” Lifestyle

Toyota FT-4X Concept: For the “Casualcore” Lifestyle
Toyota has coined a term for adventure-seeking urbanites who like blending practicality with 4×4 performance: “Casualcore.” Utilizing the same global C-Platform as the latest Prius, the recently revealed FT-4X crossover is a CUV concept designed to offer a little bit of everything to Millennials searching for practicality and off-road audacity.
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2018 Acura TLX: Precision Crafted, But What About Performance?

2018 Acura TLX: Precision Crafted, But What About Performance?
Acura has found itself chasing the competition in the sport sedan segment for a hot minute now, something it wants to change with the recent reincarnation of its original slogan: “Precision Crafted Performance.” Whereas the first two words are easily instilled within the latest TLX, it appears that Acura is relying heavily upon technology, style, safety, and handling instead of diving headfirst into the deep end of the performance pool.
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Is Mitsubishi Bringing Back the Badass Cars America Misses?

Is Mitsubishi Bringing Back the Badass Cars America Misses?
Hiroto Saikawa is the first Japanese CEO of Nissan Motor Co. in 16 years, and according to a recent report by Automotive News, he believes that Mitsubishi will soon play a crucial role as a “much bigger player in the U.S.” While Saikawa did not offer many details as to how Mitsubishi will regain its grip, he did dare to compare the triple-diamond brand to its age-old adversary, Subaru.
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2017 RAM 1500 Night Edition Crew Cab Review: Red Between the Lines

2017 RAM 1500 Night Edition Crew Cab Review: Red Between the Lines
When the “Flame Red” Ram 1500 pickup arrived on my doorstep, I immediately knew that she needed a name, and with the help of my 4-year-old, we gave this lumbering lady the title “Hemi,” which at the time seemed quite appropriate.
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Pulsing Push Buttons and Pony Hearts, Ford Mustang Style

Pulsing Push Buttons and Pony Hearts, Ford Mustang Style
Sometimes it’s the little things in life that make buyers fall in love with a particular automobile. Take the 2018 Mustang for example. When the latest version lands this autumn it reportedly will have the heart of a pony, and no, we’re not just talking about a big V8.
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Got $585,000? This Land Rover Defcon 6X6 Defender is for Sale

Got $585,000? This Land Rover Defcon 6X6 Defender is for Sale
If the Kahn “Flying Huntsman” was custom engineered for Wolverine, and the Zetros 6×6 was built for the Incredible Hulk, then the HHH Heritage Defcon Defender 6×6 is the official off-road vehicle of The White Queen.
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Mad Max Inspired Nissan 240SX Deathkart Anyone?

Mad Max Inspired Nissan 240SX Deathkart Anyone?
Producing 558 horsepower and 482 lb-ft. of torque, the “DeathKart” is one of the nuttiest takes on steampunk engineering we’ve ever seen. Built by dedicated drift fanatic Mike Perez and the guys over at Pennsylvania-based mod shop Speed Warhouse, this insane machine is what happens when a track car bumps uglies with a dune buggy.
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Newman’s Own Nissan Skyline: Japanese Made, American Approved

Newman’s Own Nissan Skyline: Japanese Made, American Approved
Paul Newman wasn’t just some blue-eyed Hollywood actor with a penchant for delicious salad dressings and a sharp sense of humor. The man was a bonafide Nissan fanatic from the moment he first got behind the wheel of a Datsun back in the early 1970s, with his enthusiasm for the brand culminating with what you see here today: The Newman Skyline marketing push.
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Find of the Day: 1987 Mitsubishi Starion ESI-R Turbo for Sale

Find of the Day: 1987 Mitsubishi Starion ESI-R Turbo for Sale
The 1980s were a bizarre and badass time for both moviegoers and petrolheads alike. The decade that gave us classic films like ET and Return of the Jedi also birthed cult automotive masterpieces like Steven King’s Christine, Maximum Overdrive, and Cannonball Run II.
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