Unfortunately, the golden era of motorsports competition has long since passed, taking with it the wild, dangerous epic endurance races that inspired an entire generation of racers.

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Here’s something you don’t see everyday — a Fiat 500 Abarth with 404 horses underneath its short black hood.

Talk about a wild sleeper of a ride.

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It is the right, nay, the privilege of the older generation to disparage those who follow. Admit it. If you are older than 45, you’ve probably called out Gen Y millennials as pampered, couch-surfing, narcissistic Trustifarians.

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With the Toyota Mirai’s sole emission being water vapor, Toyota is using new “eco-billboard technology” to advertise its fuel cell vehicle in select California markets.

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We’re loafing along at 100 mph or so in fourth gear when I nail the gas. There’s a hiss of air as the mighty 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine behind my shoulders takes a deep breath, and the Bugatti Chiron lunges at the horizon.

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The 720S may have stolen the spotlight lately, but McLaren wants owners of its older Sports Series models to know they haven’t been forgotten.

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Microsoft has agreed to license many of its connected car patents to Toyota, expanding an existing collaboration between the two companies.

Under the licensing agreement, Toyota gains access to Microsoft’s patented car technologies, which include operating systems, cybersecurity resources, artificial intelligence, voice recognition, and gesture controls.

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Dodge is slowly and painfully eking out more information on the new Demon before it debuts next month. In its eleventh teaser, Dodge reveals that the Hellcat on steroids will feature the world’s first factory application of TransBrake for a production car.

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The Toyota Mirai has a new competitor. In December, Honda rolled out the first copies of its Clarity Fuel Cell, taking aim at the Mirai, which is the only other hydrogen fuel cell sedan on the market.

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It happened again. I got attached. Like saying goodbye to the friend who is moving across the country, as I handed over the keys to my beloved Range Rover Sport for the last time, I was filled with feelings of regret about things we could have done and places we could have visited together.

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