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Is this the Lexus LS F?

Lexus may be preparing to launch an LS F.

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China's Baidu pledges $1.5B for autonomous vehicle projects

The funds will be spread across 100 different projects in the next three years.

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Fatal Polaris Slingshot accident prompts NHTSA defect inquiry

The seatbelt retractor allegedly failed and allowed the belt to release in a head-on collision, potentially contributing to partial ejection and death of the driver.

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BMW M won't build a four-cylinder car

Electrification the next step in the company's quest to build more efficient cars.

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Infiniti QX50, QX60 Hybrid axed for 2018

The QX50 will return; the QX60 hybrid likely won't.

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AMD downplays Tesla chip rumor, says no commitment made

"Tesla has not committed to working with us on any autonomous driving technology or product," AMD said in a statement.

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Toyota Indiana builds 5 millionth vehicle

Lucky number 5 million was a Toyota Sequoia.

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Mercedes-Benz plans $1B expansion in Alabama to build EVs

The Tuscaloosa plant will manufacture electrified SUVs under the company's new 'EQ' sub-brand.

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Honda Odyssey regains Top Safety Pick Plus status

The 2017 model had been disqualified from the top award after the IIHS added tighter requirements for automatic emergency braking and headlight performance.


Daimler investing $1B to build EVs in Alabama

Mercedes-Benz parent company Daimler will pump $1 billion into its factory in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The investment will go towards upgrading the plant to allow it to churn out batteries and electric cars. The first battery-powered Mercedes with a "made in America" label is expected to see the light of day in 2020.   http://reut.rs/2xycqHQ


MG introduces second-generation 6

MG is a distant memory in the United States, but it's still soldiering on in China and in England. The Chinese-owned company has just replaced the 6 with a brand-new model. Its design is loosely inspired by the head-turning e-Motion concept unveiled earlier this year at the Shanghai Auto Show. U.S. sales still aren't planned.   http://bit.ly/2fm1dDC


Infiniti kills QX50

Infiniti's QX50 has reached the end of its life cycle. The crossover won't return for the 2018 model year, according to Motor Authority, but a brand-new second-generation model will arrive in showrooms in time for the 2019 model year. It's expected to make its debut either in Los Angeles or Detroit.   


Jaguar says XE Project 8 is 70 percent new

Jaguar's Project 8 doesn't share as many parts with the XE as you might think. Jaguar explained 70 percent of the parts are Project 8-specific. Only the roof panel and the door skins are shared with the standard XE, according to Autoblog.   


Lamborghini not interested in autonomous tech

Unsurprisingly, Lamborghini has confirmed it's not looking into integrating autonomous technology into its cars. The Urus will receive the usual assortment of driving aids, but R&D boss Maurizio Reggiani said Lamborghini will be "the last brand" to adopt full autonomy.