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MG X-Motion Concept debuts in China, previews future large SUV

The 2018 Beijing auto show hosted numerous debuts this week, and MG released its X-Motion SUV concept. The concept vehicle previews a future large SUV model. The X-Motion follows last year’s MG E-Motion concept, an all-electric sports car concept. MG said Wednesday it aimed to echo the E-Motion’s design in what it calls “Emotional Dynamism.”

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2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 clocked at 212 MPH

The 2019 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 is the most powerful Corvette out of the factory. Naturally, it can go pretty damn fast. Chevrolet has released video of the car tackling the Papenburg test track in Germany where it was able to clock a 212 mph average between two runs. The final speed is calculated using one

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2020 Audi TT RS spy shots and video

Follow Viknesh Audi’s TT RS is due to come in for some minor updates as confirmed by our spy shots and video of a prototype testing at the Nürburgring. We expect only minor tweaks to the front and rear fascias of the car along with new internals for the headlights. It isn’t clear what changes

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Rolls-Royce Adamas series has carbon fiber Spirit of Ecstasy

Follow Jeff Rolls-Royce is embracing its dark side. The British automaker is on a quest to expand its bespoke offerings, and the Black Badge cars are part of this journey. Now there’s a handful of new members in the group and you can refer to them as the Adamas Collection. There will be 40 Wraiths

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Ford says no thanks to GM's 9-speed automatic

After General Motors and Ford committed to co-developing new 9- and 10-speed automatic transmissions, Ford has passed on the former. Per the agreement, Ford took on work for the 10-speed automatic, used for rear-wheel-drive vehicles, and GM undertook the 9-speed automatic for front-wheel-drive applications. Ford’s reason for rejecting GM’s transmission? The efficiency gains didn’t outweigh

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Audi A4 Cabriolet to make a comeback?

Follow Viknesh Audi’s A4 Cabriolet has a bit of a cult following and now the nameplate may be on its way back to the market. The A4 Cabriolet was phased out in 2008 to make way for the A5 Cabriolet but could return to not only replace the A5 Cabriolet but also the A3 Cabriolet

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