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A Ford GT For $2.5 Million? A Corvette For 1.4? Only In Scottsdale (And All For Charity)

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https://www.carscoops.com - There were literally dozens of classic cars that topped the million-dollar markThe post A Ford GT For $2. 5 Million?

What percent of US full-size pickup trucks will plug in by 2025? Take our Twitter poll

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https://www.greencarreports.com - The big announcements at this year's Detroit auto show, now open to the public, were pickup trucks, one from each of the three US automakers. The 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and 2019 Ram 1500 full-size pickups made their debut, each its company's highest-volume single nameplate.

Elon Musk's pay at Tesla will now have nothing to do with making cars

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http://www.businessinsider.com - Tesla CEO Elon Musk will now be paid nothing unless he increases his company's market capitalization and the shareholders do very well. Musk's new compensation plan scraps any promise to hit vehicle production goals, which Tesla has always fallen short of.

Mazda claims 30% economy boost with 'breakthrough' Skyactiv-X tech

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https://www.autocar.co.uk - Mazda's new Skyactiv-X engine, which combines the spark ignition combustion of a petrol engine with the compression ignition of a diesel, “will be 20-30% more economical” than an equivalent 2. 0 litre, according to the firm’s powertrain manager Eiji Nakai.

Selling More Style: The 10 Best Selling Luxury SUVs of 2017

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https://wheelscene.com - In the past 12 months, passenger car sales have continued to drop as more drivers moved to trucks and SUVs. Buyers aren’t shy about spending more money either, as the best selling luxury SUVs prove. It seems that luxury SUVS have been a hot commodity with many models seeing increases and few dropping in volume.

What Was The GMC MotorHome?

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http://blog.consumerguide.com - In the large motorhome biz, it is customary for a coachbuilder to purchase a basic chassis and powertrain from a truck maker, and then assemble its end product on that procured rolling framework. That’s how big-name motorhome companies such as Winnebago and Holiday Rambler do it.