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2018 Nissan GT-R tipped to use carbon fiber and hybrid power

2018 Nissan GT-R tipped to use carbon fiber and hybrid power

Nissan has been making the GT-R since 2007 and it's a potent beast. The car isn’t exactly cheap in its own right, but it punches much higher than its weight class costing significantly less than some of the cars it runs with on raw performance. Outright performance is a big deal for the GT-R, but it seems Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has fired up his troops to make a version of the GT-R for 2016 that is more desirable.

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Kawasaki Ninja H2R packs 998cc engine into beastly design

Kawasaki Ninja H2R packs 998cc engine into beastly design

Winter is upon us in many regions, but that doesn't mean it's too late to start dreaming about your next bike. Kawasaki has taken the wraps off its H2R, a beast of a machine that builds upon the foundation set by its original H2 model decades ago. The first thing you notice is the design, but it is what lies beneath that is most notable.

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2015 Honda CR-V first-drive: Small SUV, Big Evolution

2015 Honda CR-V first-drive: Small SUV, Big Evolution

The CR-V is a big deal for Honda, and the compact SUV’s redesign for 2015 reflects that. Described as “the most ambitious mid-cycle update in the car’s history,” this is no simple facelift: new engine, new interior design, and a splash of new safety and convenience tech mean that much of the best-selling car has changed. In a competitive segment, however, you need to bring your A-game, so has the 2015 CR-V evolved sufficiently?

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Lyft Line comes to L.A., might be illegal

Lyft Line comes to L.A., might be illegal

If you want to share a ride with another Lyft passenger, and happen to be in the greater Los Angeles area — you can. Lyft has started allowing carpooling in the L.A. area, in spite of the City District Attorney saying it might be illegal. Los Angeles is the second city Lyft is allowing carpooling to take place.

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2015 Chevrolet Colorado Sport concept truck breaks cover

2015 Chevrolet Colorado Sport concept truck breaks cover

For years, there were a handful of offerings in the mid-size truck market before some of the stalwarts in the segment pulled out. Ford and Chevy left the market ceding it to Nissan and Toyota as the only two automakers producing mid-size trucks in the last few years. Chevrolet is set to come back to the market with a redesigned Colorado truck.

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2017 C8 Corvette could be a mid-engine beast

2017 C8 Corvette could be a mid-engine beast

The Chevrolet Corvette has been around for decades now and one thing that each iteration of the car has had in common is a front mounted engine. In the automotive world, you can have front, mid, and rear engines and there are fantastic sports cars in each of those categories. Think Porsche 911 for rear-engine, Corvette (and a plethora of others) for front engine, and mostly exotics like Ferrari and a few others for mid-engine.

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Potential Android Auto 3rd party app UI unveiled

Potential Android Auto 3rd party app UI unveiled

Google wants Android to be in everything that has web connectivity and to that effect, the company has unveiled what third party apps might one day look like inside your car. Android for the car will be called Android Auto and the image you see here is what the apps might one day look like in the car, assuming your car supports Android Auto.

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2015 Mustang gets Saleen and Roush tuner treatment

2015 Mustang gets Saleen and Roush tuner treatment

Ford's take on the 2015 Mustang is no slouch, either in the looks or the performance departments as we found when we took the new Pony Car for a spin, but that hasn't stopped some of the more notorious tuners from weighing in with their own interpretations. Roush and Saleen both have a long history of taking regular Mustangs and fettling them into something a whole lot more extreme, and each has begun sharing what they plan to do with the new car.

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Uber and more targeted by LA and San Francisco DAs

Uber and more targeted by LA and San Francisco DAs

Uber and its competitors Lyft and Sidecar have many fans but no lack of troubles, the latter of which tends to be in a constant state of ebb and flow. All three aforementioned companies are facing their latest challenge in Los Angeles and San Francisco, where the district attorneys have fired off letters alleging that an investigation has revealed violations of state law.

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