For automakers, some parts, like ones that are commonly replaced on current models, are easy to keep in stock. But what about the ones that are rarely needed? Continuing to produce and store those can be expensive.

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According to a new report, Japanese automakers Toyota and Mazda are close to reaching an agreement to form a new partnership. And assuming the deal goes through, the next step will reportedly be to build a new joint factory somewhere in the southern U.S.

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In V-12 form, the Aston Martin DB11 is a fantastic grand tourer. It’s gorgeous, luxurious, and has all the power you could want in a road car.

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Unlike Honda, Toyota isn’t succumbing to turbos. Apparently, Toyota has no plans to reduce engine sizes or fill its lineup with turbocharged engines as a way to boost efficiency.

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Recent rumblings have suggested Ferrari is considering a utility vehicle that will help double its profits by 2022. Now, Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has confirmed it’s a strong possibility.

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The 2017 Honda Clarity Electric arrived at dealerships this week as part of the automaker’s latest push toward electrification. The Clarity Electric is just one model in the Clarity family, which also includes the Clarity Plug-in Hybrid (set to launch later this year) and hydrogen-powered Clarity Fuel Cell.

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The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 is equipped with a laundry list of specialty off-road hardware designed to make the truck unstoppable in any terrain. Among its locking front and rear axles, body-protecting rock sliders, and other specialty equipment, there’s plenty to highlight, but today we’re going to focus on its most noteworthy feature: Multimatic Dynamic Suspensions Spool Valve (DSSV) shock absorbers.

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When road test editor Erick Ayapana offered me the 2016 Honda HR-V as a new long-termer, I was a bit hesitant.

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Last quarter, Tesla promised that, despite its long history of delays, production of the Model 3 sedan would start on time in July. Surprisingly, the Model 3 actually did go into production without a major delay.

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Last year, Chinese automaker Geely launched a new car company called Lynk & Co. The company revealed its first car, an electric SUV called the 01, back in October, promising to begin sales in China in 2017 before expanding to the U.S.

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