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Jaguar Land Rover Crowned England’s Largest Carmaker
The home team builds 500,000 cars and overtakes Nissan for UK manufacturing supremacy.
General Motors Launches Maven to Court the Youngs
The General doesn’t care if college kids buy its cars—or does it?
Will California’s Freeways No Longer Be Free?
A $77 billion infrastructure-maintenance tab may take its, er, toll.
Could Atlanta Face Another Ice Apocalypse?
Southern metropolis tapdances on the edge of a barometer needle.
Tesla Sues Falcon-Door Manufacturer for Broken Wings
Not to be trifled with, The Musk is.
GM Pillages Ridesharing App Sidecar For Tech, Employees
Detroit ramps up to take on Uber.
Russians Are Now Skijoring Behind Trains
Meanwhile, in Moscow…
Dad Makes RC Chair for Baby, Wins Internet
Fatherly love, served with a heaping dose of fatherly WTF.
8 Weird Automotive Crash Tests
Watch out for that moose.
Video: Long Beach Puppy Perp Pursued by Po-Po
Dogs, patrolmen and a posh Mercedes-Benz SL. Just another day in SoCal.
Women Drivers Behaved Badly Last Weekend
A DUI, a 100-mph arrest… the second sex had a holiday weekend to forget.
Gas in Michigan Is Hilariously Cheap
Prices fall to historic lows.
Motorsports Royalty Robbed at Knifepoint at English Estate
Goodwood’s menschy Earl of March taken for $1 million in jewels.
Clock Is Ticking On Free Drone Registrations
FAA says 181,000 drones have been registered ahead of January deadline.
Obama’s Autonomous Car Plan Could Save 30,000 Lives Annually
Is this the best $4 billion we’ll spend this year?
Woman in South Korea Drives Car Into City Hall
And city hall was totally asking for it.
The True Cost of Volkswagen’s Dieselgate Scandal
According to our slide rule, we’re gonna need another slide rule.
EU Parliament Stalls On Emissions Rules
As Renault factories are raided by police and London exceeds its yearly pollution limits, legislators chose to defer vote.
Watch Astronauts Wrench On the International Space Station Live
Two men are fixing the ISS under dangerous conditions right now. And NASA is streaming the whole thing.
Detroit Is Not Brooklyn
However imperfect, the Motor City is best served straight up, without the NYC pretense, argues our chief auto critic.
President Obama Seeks $4 Billion for Self-Driving Car Research
But don’t freak out about it.
A Plain-Language Translation of the NTSB Safety Bulletin
Feds to drivers, automakers: Stop sucking so hard.
Mercedes-AMG To Use Mass-Produced V6 Engines
“One man one engine” dies to make room for one brand
You’ll Never Guess Milwaukee’s Most Stolen Car
Hint: It’s not an Accord.
Should You Worry About Bed Bugs In Rental Cars?
The answer probably won’t surprise you. But it will creep you out.