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Lordstown Endurance electric pickup mule undergoing testing

Lordstown Motors is doing all it can to stick to the rollout schedule for its battery-electric Endurance pickup. Last month, the startup invited a small gro → Read More

McLaren 765LT: How the limited-edition longtail got its $385,000 price

McLaren has announced the new, limited edition 765LT will start at $385,000 before destination and any other fees. That's $86,000 over a 720S. Here's why. → Read More

Mercedes-Benz EQS will get a 600-hp AMG version

Mercedes-AMG's EQS electric car could match the S63 AMG powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8, meaning more than 600 horsepower and 663 lb-ft of torque. → Read More

Fisker Ocean goes prepper, teasing hardcore off-roader for 2021

Henrik Fisker hit up Twitter to tease two versions of a much meatier Fisker Ocean set up for extreme off-roading. → Read More

Jeep Cherokee shoehorns new Lux into its trim lineup

Jeep Cherokee's build page reveals a new Latitude Lux trim among the 10 trims available. Here's what it includes. → Read More

Tesla manual explains new 'Stopping at Traffic Lights' feature

Recent videos show a Tesla Model 3 sedan automatically stopping for traffic lights at intersections. The feature could be coming soon. → Read More

Rare 1963 Shelby Cobra 289 headed to Mecum Indy 2020 auction

A rare 289 Shelby Cobra with an extensive drag racing history is going up for auction. The vehicle has gone through an extensive restoration. → Read More

McLaren Elva production cut from 399 units to 249

McLaren cut the production fun of $1.7 million Elva roadsters from 399 to 249. According to reports, build slots are still available. → Read More

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited High Altitude takes the 4x4 further upmarket

The Jeep Wrangler Sahara Unlimited High Altitude is the most luxurious and most expensive version of the off-road vehicle available. → Read More

BMW may be first automaker to get Apple CarKey feature

BMW is likely to be the first automaker to roll out Apple CarKey, which will allow users to lock and unlock a vehicle using an iPhone or Apple Watch. → Read More

Maserati Pelletessuta models bring their Italian fashion to the U.S.

The Maserati Pelletessuta models are made in collaboration with Emenegildo Zegna and feature thin strips of woven lightweight Napa leather in the interior. → Read More

Gordon Murray's T.50 gets a soundcheck and a website

Gordon Murray Automotive's upcoming T.50 supercar can be heard, at least in part, in a new video. → Read More

Video shows Tesla Model 3 automatically stopping for red light

A video on Twitter shows a Tesla Model 3 with the Full Self Driving traffic light recognition feature enabled. → Read More

2020 BMW 8 Series is a quick car but a slow seller

BMW dealers report that the BMW 8 Series is selling poorly and there is a huge backlog of the model in their inventory. They blame a lack of marketing. → Read More

SCG working on coronavirus respirator solution using snorkeling masks

Supercar maker SCG is working on a face shield with an integrated N95 mask to protect healthcare workers. → Read More

255-hp Toyota GR86 and other big news leaks in dealer presentation

Toyota plans a new version of the 86 sports car called the GR86 with 255 horsepower. A leaked dealer presentation has news on other Toyota-Lexus products. → Read More

1998 BMW 740i with 158 miles on eBay is a bubble-wrapped time capsule

Someone decided to wrap a 1998 BMW with 158 miles in "an air capsule with mechanical air circulation" and let it sit for 23 years. It's for sale on eBay. → Read More

2021 Chevrolet Camaro order guide charts the changes

The order guide for the 2021 Chevy Camaro shows some changes for the new model year, including the loss of the 1LS model. → Read More

NHTSA revising safety rules to adapt to autonomous cars

They would allow autonomous cars without driver controls to operate on public roads and for driverless delivery vehicles to skirt crash safety regulations. → Read More

Tesla reportedly removing paid-for features after used-car sales

Jalopnik has run stories on the experiences several people have had after buying used Teslas, in which features on their car's Monroney had been removed. → Read More