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http://www.businessinsider.com - The Volkswagen Atlas is brand new for 2018. It is VW's new flagship SUV.
http://www.autoguide.com - From Doc Brown's DeLorean to the Batmobile and the Scooby Van, here are the best pop culture rides we saw at Woodward this year.
https://www.auto123.com - Able, capable, rangy and affordable, the new Chevrolet Bolt EV is redemption of a kind for the automaker that developed the long-gone, woebegone EV1 nearly 20 years ago. We’ve got a detailed review of the electric car of the hour for you.
http://www.hybridcars.com - Daimler’s Car2Go and BMW’s DriveNow may be merging their car-sharing services, according to a hint by the chief executive of DriveNow’s partner, Sixt. CEO Erich Sixt, who heads the Germany-based car rental company named after him, would not confirm that talks are under way, but suggested that it is in motion.
http://www.autonews.com - A dealership car-sharing program represents one more step toward what Maven CEO Julia Steyn has called a "holistic mobility platform." The idea is a one-stop shop for emerging mobility services.
http://www.hotrod.com - The Woodward Avenue Dream Cruise in Detroit keeps getting bigger, better, and more bodacious. The boulevard is more engorged with iconic and interesting cars and trucks, and a lot of what passes by in the endless cavalcade of cars is vintage, modified, or just plain cool.
https://www.fool.com - Uber is imploding. Is it time to invest in Lyft instead? The past year has been non-stop bad news for Uber, the $70 billion tech "unicorn" company of the ride-sharing market.
http://www.autoguide.com - The Dream Cruise is a true cross-section of the automotive world.
http://www.lansingstatejournal.com - General Motor Co.'s Lansing Grand River Assembly plant could stop making the Cadillac ATS and CTS in 2019. Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen told Reuters last month that the ATS, CTS and Detroit-made XTS would be replaced by a new sedan called the CT5, which could be priced between $35,000 and $45,000. The CT5 would be built in Lansing along with another luxury sedan that would compete with the Audi A3, de Nysschen said in the article.