Coming off a 2016 model-year redesign, the Audi TT receives some small but important tweaks for 2019. These updates include refreshed exterior styling, an upgraded transmission, and more standard features.

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The Volkwagen Golf R may look like a mainstream hatch from the outside, but it’s actually a powerhouse that can keep up with the much bolder looking Honda Civic Type R and Subaru WRX STI.

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Dedicated readers closely following my career (Hi, Mom! Thanks for reading, Grandpa!) will no doubt recall I recently returned our previous Car of the Year, the Chevrolet Bolt EV.

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The Nissan GT-R is getting a bit long in the tooth, but we may not see a new generation enter production for several years. Speaking with Autocar, Nissan design boss Alfonso Albaisa said the team is working on early details of the new vehicle.

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Rumor has it that the traditional four-door sedan is in the throes of a prolonged death spiral, squeezed into irrelevance by crossovers on one end and EVs on the other.

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It all started back in 2006 when Kia Motors announced that Peter Schreyer would become its new Chief Design Officer. At the time, this move seemed equally audacious and puzzling: smart hire by Kia boss Eui-sun Chung, the son of Mong-koo Chung, the billionaire chairman and CEO of Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), but perhaps foolish for Schreyer.

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The 2019 BMW 8 Series revives a nameplate that hasn’t been seen in this market in 20 years. But the idea of a flagship coupe isn’t new.

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Technology firm Roborace succeeded at making history at this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Its Robocar was the first autonomous race car ever to climb the hill at the event, and as you can see in the video below, it did a pretty good job.

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Over the years, the Nissan GT-R has become a bit dated due to a lack of a full redesign. Now, a collaboration between Nissan and Italdesign has resulted in a fresh reinterpretation of the sports car.

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After hitting 200,000 sales, Tesla will have to start rolling back federal tax credits on its electric vehicles starting next year.

Tesla will continue to offer the full $7,500 tax credit through the end of the year.

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