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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has temporarily stopped taking orders for the 707-horsepower muscle car after sales take off too fast.
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GM recalls 64,000 Chevy Volts for shut off problem
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Goodyear tires could power electric cars
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Tesla cuts jobs after weak China sales
After pulling in poor China sales, Tesla is axing jobs.
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Koenigsegg's super hybrid: Zero to 248 in less than 20 seconds
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Dodge warns that its own dealers are scamming customers
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Hyundai recalls 200,000 vehicles for power steering defect
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Warren Buffett's Cadillac sells for $122,500
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Rolls-Royce says it's making an SUV
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Warren Buffett endorses European bikers
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Nokia is paving the way for driverless cars
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European car sales recovery picks up pace
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More vehicles were recalled in 2014 than in any other year, ever.
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Driverless car debuts on U.K. roads
The first driverless car to hit the roads in the U.K. launched Wednesday, its prototype roaming the footpaths of London's Greenwich.
Subaru WRX sibling rivalry
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Toyota ordered to pay $11.4 million in fatal Camry crash
A jury in Minneapolis found Toyota responsible for a deadly crash that was caused by unintended acceleration. The driver, Koau Fong Lee, spent more than two years in jail.
GM's total recall cost: $4.1 billion
GM's record number of recalls in 2014 resulted in a drop in operating earnings despite improved sales.
Ford's 300 horsepower Focus baby beast
The new high-performance Focus RS will be sold in the U.S. for the first time.
Ferrari reveals new 488 GTB sports car
The Ferrari 488 GTB has a 660 horsepower turbocharged V8 engine and replaces the 458 model.
200,000 Jeeps recalled for airbag issue
A software problem could cause airbags to deploy without a crash.
51 deaths linked to GM ignition switch flaw
More than 4,180 claims have been filed to Kenneth Feinberg against General Motors, alleging the automaker's vehicles with faulty ignition switches caused deaths and injuries.
2.1 million cars recalled for crash sensors
More than 2.1 million vehicles from several automakers are being recalled for an issue with a sensor that could cause airbags to deploy for no reason.
U.S. cracks down on shady '0%' loan companies
The Federal Trade Commission accuses two companies with failing to disclose the onerous terms of no-cost loans made using a borrower's car title as collateral.
Nissan back in Super Bowl after 18 years
Japanese automaker returns to advertising at the big game with a 90-second ad.
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Ford recalls 205,000 cars, including Taurus, Lincoln MKS and Interceptor police sedans. There's a problem with the door handle which could cause the door to come unlatched in an accident.
Ford promises bounce back year
Ford says problems of tough 2014 should be behind it as it promises improved results in 2015, lifting shares.
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Ford makes major push into Silicon Valley
Ford aims to have 125 engineers, researchers and scientists in Palo Alto, Calif., working on self-driving cars and connectivity features, by the end of this year.
Driving a jet-powered Corvette
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This is America's SUV-buying tipping point
According to research from TrueCar.com, the magic number when SUV sales begin to rise is $3.00 gas. And the magic number when hybrid sales begin to fall is $2.77.
Giant GM bus from the '50s sells for $4 million
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Tesla's Chinese sales hit a rough patch
Chinese customers thought installing a charger would be a problem, hitting sales.
Acura reveals NSX hybrid supercar
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Cool cars from the Detroit auto show
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Ford unveils 600-horsepower GT supercar
Ford says its new GT supercar will have a 600 horsepower engine and a light-weight carbon fiber body when it hits the market next year.
Tesla stock: Time to ditch it?
Tesla was a hot stock in 2013 and 2014. But cheap gas and GM's electric car may be a problem for Elon Musk's company.
Ford F-150 wins truck of the year
All-aluminum Ford F-150 wins truck of the year, beating out Chevy Colorado, the mid-size pickup that beat it for Motor Trend honors; VW Golf wins car of the year.
Jaguar introduces a new SUV
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Mary Barra calls new Bolt a 'real game changer' for GM
General Motors unveiled the Chevrolet Bolt electric car at the Detroit Auto Show along with a new Volt.
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Volvo to be first to export Chinese cars to U.S.
Chinese-owned Volvo says it plans to sell the S60 Inscription sedan, built at a plant in China, in the United States.
Mercedes moves U.S. headquarters to Atlanta from New Jersey
German luxury car maker says its moving U.S. headquarters south to be closer to its main manufacturing facility and a growing market in the Southeast.
GM to unveil electric car that can go 200 miles on single charge
The $30,000 concept car is expected to be revealed at the Detroit Auto Show.
Honda hit with $70 million in fines for failing to report accidents over 11 years
Honda hit with $70 million in fines for failing to report accidents over 11 years.
SUVs are kings of the road once again
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Ford recalls SUVs because drivers are accidentally turning them off
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Toyota is giving away its fuel cell patents
Toyota said Monday that it will share thousands of fuel cell patents with competitors, a move designed to boost the production of hydrogen-powered cars.
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