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A lower-cost 220-mile Model 3 is coming next year.

That makes the Model 3 one of the most efficient vehicles on the road today.

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It'll be cheap and stylish, but definitely not sporty.

The Juke is dead. Say hello to the Nissan Kicks.

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Something old, something new, and something racy.

A short week that wasn't short on supercars.

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Could it be a CX-7 revival?

Mazda hopes to sell 150,000 units of the new model each year.

U.S. new vehicle sales will show a 3.5-percent rise in November from a year earlier with retailers stretching out Black Friday deals for the full month.

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From supercharged V8s to fancy electric motors and lithium ion batteries, last week was all about power.

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Will the Halfa Romeo make it into the show with celebs behind the wheel?

Celebrities will still be a part of the show, but instead of dying on the way there, they may die while attempting to drive half of a car.

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You can probably guess which vehicle is the number-one best-seller, but the rest of the results may surprise you.

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Leading the way last week was the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

They may not have much in common ... they do all have wheels and can get you from one place to another in style.

Spy Shots

Two-door, four-door Unlimited, Sport, Sahara, Rubicon, and more!

It's a Wrangler spy shot smorgasbord.

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The Beetle in question is a 1970 model.

It'll run with a stock air-cooled 1600 engine.

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The American automotive marketplace is dominated by trucks and SUVs, and so was the last week of coverage on Autoblog.

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What does 284.3 miles per hour look like from the driver's seat? Find out right here.

A Koenigsegg Agera RS hit 284.3 miles per hour and set a two-way averaged top speed record of 277.9 mph while testing in Nevada. Watch the video here.

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An official Guinness-approved record announcement is only a matter of time.

It's time to see what 1,360 horsepower can really do when fully uncorked.

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Plus buttons on the dash and key fob to manually raise or lower the air suspension.

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It's reasonably priced, but it's not just for anyone.

How to put 306 reliable horsepower in your track toy.

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But all those aero bits are really meant to keep it on the ground.

Spoilers, and splitters, and wings. Oh my!