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Mahindra Roxor Off-Road Vehicle To Be Unveiled Next Month

Mahindra & Mahindra has been making in-roads in the US market for a while now and the Indian auto giant is all set to make its presence felt strongly with a new off-road vehicle. Mahindra will be unveiling the new Roxor off-road vehicle built specifically for the North American market on March 2, 2018. The automaker first announced about the Mahindra Roxor in November last year, and the model is described as an “off-highway vehicle, unlike anything currently on the…

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Toyota Supra Shows its Shadowy Rump in First Official Teaser

After years of speculation and only fleeting glimpses in spy photos, it appears we’ll finally see the Mark V Toyota Supra at the 2018 Geneva auto show in March. Toyota released the first teaser in what’s likely to be a slow drip of details leading up to the Supra’s debut. The double-bubble roof, slight ducktail lip in the hatch, large rear spoiler, and prominent hips give this away as the upcoming fifth-generation Supra. As you already know, the Supra will…

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2018 Peugeot 508 leaks ahead of Geneva motor show debut

Peugeot’s new 508 flagship saloon will get rear styling inspired by the Instinct concept of last year. The new car’s design has been shown in new pictures that have leaked out ahead of its official reveal at next month’s Geneva motor show. Posted on Peugeot fan site Peugeot Héritage, the pictures show that the car will feature a stylistic rear light bar like the one on Peugeot’s striking 2017 concept. The images also show that the model, which has been spotted testing on multiple occasions and…

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Chinese trust autonomous more than the rest of us | Automotive Industry News

Trust in autonomous vehicle technology is almost twice as high in China than in the US or Germany according to results from a global survey carried out by TUV Rheinland. The survey, conducted among more than 1,000 licensed drivers aged at least 18 years in the three countries was designed to assess consumer perception of safety of autonomous vehicles in different regions.  More than 63% of respondents in China believed driverless cars would increase road safety versus 34% in US and…

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Airport Controllers Trade the Tower for a Screen-Filled Room

The next time you fly into Florida’s Fort Lauderdale airport, look out the window and see if you can spot what’s missing. The answer? A 160 feet high tower. That’s what airport officials at the airport say would have been necessary for them to be able to safely control the movement of planes on the ground, taxiing to and from gates and runways at the recently expanded airport. That would be doing things the old fashioned way, by line-of-sight—aka looking…

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The cars that won’t be back next year

It’s all a popularity contest. If you’re a successful car, odds are good that you’ll make an appearance the next year. But if you’re the kind of car perpetually marked as the “manager’s special” with an asking price that’s about to become a begging price, you’re probably not going to be asked to return for the next year. You’ve been cut. MORE: 10 rental cars you should avoid Perhaps what’s most interesting about 2018’s death list is that it’s almost…

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SUVs Dominate List of Most Researched Vehicles in 2016 on Edmunds.com

SANTA MONICA, CA — December 27, 2016 — Edmunds.com today announced the vehicles that were the most researched on its site in 2016 — demonstrating that while SUVs continue to dominate the automotive market, passenger cars are still an important segment. The Honda CR-V was the most researched vehicle on Edmunds for the second year in a row, followed by the Honda Accord, Honda Civic, Toyota RAV-4 and Honda Pilot. While the order of popularity shifted a bit, the list…

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Rimac Concept Two headed to Geneva motor show

Share Facebook Tweet Pinterest Email Rimac’s next all-electric hypercar will be on its way to the Geneva motor show next month. We know the Concept Two (working title) will be bigger than the 1,224-hp One, but it will still be a two-seater. Sources tell Autocar that the new Rimac will get a 120-kWh battery and feature level 4 autonomy. That means it will completely drive itself under certain circumstances, but the driver will still need to be…

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