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Ken Block’s 1965 Mustang packs AWD and 845hp

Ken Block’s 1965 Mustang packs AWD and 845hp

Ken Block is set to unveil one of the wildest classic Mustangs ever built at SEMA. The car is Block's 1965 Ford Mustang and about the only thing it has in common with your typical classic Mustang is the shape of the body, and even that is thoroughly tweaked. The Stang has all-wheel drive, which is something no Mustang has ever rolled out of the factory featuring. Block plans to drive the tires off the car in Gymkhana 7.

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Hyundai and Kia to pay record fine for overstating mpg

Hyundai and Kia to pay record fine for overstating mpg

Two major automakers in the US, Hyundai and Kia, fell afoul of the government when it was discovered that they were overstating mileage estimates on some of their cars back in 2012. The two automakers have now agreed to a settlement with the US EPA, the Department of Justice, and the California Air Resources Board ending the investigation into fuel mileage claims against the automakers. The two automakers will pay an additional fine of $350 million.

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2015 Chevy Camaro Commemorative edition unveiled

2015 Chevy Camaro Commemorative edition unveiled

SEMA has kicked off in Las Vegas and Chevrolet has unveiled a new special edition Camaro at the show. The 2015 Camaro Commemorative edition is the latest special edition muscle car from Chevrolet and it will be available as an option package on 2015 2LT and 2SS coupes and convertibles. Chevrolet says that the new special edition marks the final year for the fifth generation Camaro and it will go on sale this spring. Commemorative edition Camaros include the RS package.

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2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M reach 60mph in 4.0 seconds

2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M reach 60mph in 4.0 seconds

BMW has announced the second generation of the BMW X5 M and X6 M Sports Activity Vehicle and Sports Activity Coupe. Both of the new vehicles are 2015 models and they are designed for comfort, people hauling, and performance. BMW notes that both of the new vehicles use a new eight-speed M Steptronic transmission. Both vehicles also share the same M TwinPower Turbo V8 engine displacing 4.4L.

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AeroMobile 3.0 flying car prototype debuts

AeroMobile 3.0 flying car prototype debuts

Flying cars are something that many have dreamed about for generations. A car that can drive on the road, park in the garage, yet take to the skies when the driver/pilot wants is something that is undeniably appealing to many of us. A company called Aeromobile has unveiled the AeroMobile 3.0 prototype flying car in Vienna this week. The prototype has had a successful maiden flight and was developed in ten months by a team of 12 people.

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Detroit Electric SP:01 electric sports car final design unveiled

Detroit Electric SP:01 electric sports car final design unveiled

Detroit Electric is a company that was founded back in 1907 and was revived to build pure electric cars in Detroit. The company started talking up its electric sports car called the SP:01 last summer and the teaser shots that were offered at the time made the car look very cool. The final design for the SP:01 has been announced and Detroit Electric has shared a new photo of the rear of the car and offered up some details on when the sports car might hit the streets.

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TYLT’s two new wireless chargers power you up anywhere

TYLT’s two new wireless chargers power you up anywhere

For the Android and Windows phone faithful, wireless charging is fast becoming a must-have spec sheet checklist item. If that new phone doesn’t have it, we start to dismiss it as second rung many times. the problem with wireless chargers is that they’re often proprietary, and some chargers kind of work with others, but really don’t. TYLT, a leader in the realm of external battery packs and chargers, has stepped in to bring some foundation to wireless charging with two new products. There’s even a wireless charging cradle for your car!

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License+ from Automatic could actually make teens better drivers

License+ from Automatic could actually make teens better drivers

If you’re a parent of a teen, driving can be a scary proposition. Not only is your child operating a massive machine capable of high velocity, but they’re inexperienced. You can teach them all you like, but sometimes it’s helpful to have some actual data to back up your passenger seat cringing. with an update to Automatic called License+, you can get that info. You also get a little peace of mind that your teen is driving safely even when you’re not there.

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Alpine iLX-007 is CarPlay ready, shipping now

Alpine iLX-007 is CarPlay ready, shipping now

Apple’s CArPlay sounds great, but the official offerings straight form car manufacturers are slim right now. Unless you want a 2015 Sonata, or like Pioneer decks, there isn’t an easy way to get involved with Apple’s new in-car system. If you like Alpine decks, we’ve got good news. The company has released their first CarPlay deck, the iLX-007. With the iLX-007, you’ll have the power of Siri in your car, as well as apps like Rdio, Messages, and Maps at your fingertips.

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Lotus Exige S automatic ditches the manual transmission

Lotus Exige S automatic ditches the manual transmission

The Lotus Exige has always been a lightweight car that is focused on driver dynamics and handling over raw performance, and to meet that goal it has always come with a manual transmission. Some out there prefer to have automatic transmissions with paddle shifters rather than the traditional three pedal setup Lotus has always offered. To make those customers happy, Lotus has just unveiled the Exige S Automatic.

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