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    2018 Jeep Wrangler spied again before official debut

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Camouflaged prototypes of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler have been spotted once again, this time by an Autoweek reader in Indiana. These prototypes have dropped a little bit of the camo since the last time we saw them, showing more of their midsection and doors while wearing off-road tires over black-painted…

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    Uber used 'Hell' spyware against Lyft rivals, report says

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Lyft drivers claim rival ride-sharing service Uber used a sophisticated spyware program to track their movements to gain an edge over Lyft, Bloomberg reports. The spyware program, reportedly named “Hell,” permitted Uber employees or contractors to pose as Lyft customers to learn the locations of up to eight Lyft drivers…

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    Yes, we're getting a Jaguar station wagon in the US

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Is the wagon back? First we learned the U.S. market was getting the new Buick Regal Sportback TourX station wagon, and now Jaguar has revealed the first glimpse of its new XF Sportbrake in production trim, confirming the car will be available in the States. We first received sketchy details…

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    Google wants you to beta-test its self-driving cars

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email After researching autonomous cars for almost 10 years, Google is beginning to test the technology with consumers. Phoenix residents can now sign up to use the online giant’s self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans in a car-ride service. In fact, Google has been quietly testing the service with a small handful of…

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    Dale Earnhardt Jr. announces retirement from NASCAR

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email In an announcement shocking only because of its timing, Dale Earnhardt Jr. confirmed on Tuesday morning that the current Monster Energy Cup NASCAR Series season will be his last as a driver. The two-time Daytona 500 winner, 14-time Most Popular Driver and newlywed will discuss his decision to retire at…

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    Tesla Model 3 production counts on risky assembly line strategy

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Tesla hopes to avoid the problems that plagued its Model X crossover for its Model 3 sedan by … wait for it … skipping a pre-production quality control process called “soft tooling.” The process involves testing and tweaking a new model’s assembly-line tooling before full-scale volume production begins. According to a…

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    Junkyard Treasure: 1981 Toyota Corona Station Wagon

    Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email The Corona was the first Toyota to sell in large numbers in the United States, being introduced for the 1966 model year. Sales declined as the 1970s wore on, even as Corollas and Celicas flew out of American Toyota dealerships, and the last Coronas sold in the United States were…

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