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‘All-new’ Lincoln SUV to be Built in China, Ford Claims

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Not content with just offering Chinese buyers the Lincoln Continental, Ford Motor Company plans to take a page from General Motors’ playbook and offer the expansive market its own home-built SUV. The automaker intends to partner with China’s Changan Automobile Group to build Lincolns in the city of Chongqing, starting in late 2019, Ford claims.

The man who brought Google Street View to the world is now leading engineering at Lyft

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http://www.businessinsider.com - About a decade ago, Google cofounder Larry Page handed Luc Vincent a task. The Frenchman was to oversee a collaboration with Stanford University on a seemingly preposterous new project.

Thrilled With Its Super Bowl Debut Last Year, Buick Returns for an Encore

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http://www.adweek.com - The General Motors nameplate told Adweek on Wednesday that it has bought a 30-second spot on Super Bowl LI. The decision comes a year after the brand made its big-game debut with a spot starring New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. That ad led to a 50 percent increase of traffic to Buick.com on game day last year, and a 100 percent increase the day after the game, she said. Visits to the product page of the Cascada luxury convertible, which was the subject of the ad, rose 960 percent. The spot was also the fourth most TiVo'ed of the game, Peck added.

2018 GMC Terrain Headlamp Teaser Image

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With this third teaser image of the passenger side headlamp on the 2018 GMC Terrain, the brand announced the future of GMC design will challenge your expectations. Curious? Tune in tomorrow (Sunday) at 6:45pm to watch the unveiling live. We'll have a link up to GMC's Facebook page where the action will unfold.

Honda is borrowing a page from Tesla with its new concept car

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http://www.businessinsider.com - Honda seems to be aligned with Tesla when it comes to its vision for the future of transportation. Honda unveiled a concept car, dubbed the NeuV, at the Consumer Electronics Show on Thursday.

2018 GMC Terrain Teased With A Floating Roofline

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http://gmauthority.com - GMC is readying itself to debut an ever important product amid a market shift here in the United States, and we have our first official look at it. The 2018 GMC Terrain has been teased on the brand’s official Facebook page. The photo is accompanied by one sentence reading, “In four days, the bar will be elevated, shattered and left behind.” That’s some big talk, GMC.

Pushrods, Be Gone: Corvette to Gain a DOHC V8 in 2018

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http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - It appears the Chevrolet Corvette is in line to receive a new dual-overhead cam V8. An internal GM document detailing 2018 model year VIN codes was posted to the GM Inside News forum, and down on page five is buried treasure: “Passenger Car Engines for GMNA.

Chevy tribute to Prince earns top honor from ad group

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http://www.detroitnews.com - Detroit-based agency Commonwealth//McCann grabs awards for ad honoring Prince. The full-page print ad, which was in six newspapers across the United States, including The Detroit News, featured the back end of a red 1963 Chevrolet Corvette at the bottom, with a back background and epitaph: “Baby that was much too fast, 1958-2016.”

If Tai Lopez Made Truck Videos

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http://www.thedrive.com - If you have a few spare moments the next time you’re on the shitter, the Street Speed 717 YouTube channel might be worth a look. I would attempt to describe the page's theme but the owner and host, Mike, dictates the direction so eloquently it’s best to quote him instead.

Fiat Chrysler Makes a Wise Move, Takes a Page Out of General Motors' Book

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http://www.fool.com - FCA's 2017 Ram Truck.  In the years during and after the Great Recession, it was fairly common to see our readers describe Detroit automakers such as General Motors as "fleet queens.