Autos

Hi, Five: Next Audi RS 3 compact rocket gains rear-axle torque splitter, drift mode

Fans of the four rings who’ve been waiting in line for a peek at the next generation of performance in…

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Tesla’s former automotive chief sold more than $270 million of stock after leaving on June 3

US electric car maker Tesla Vice President Jerome Guillen poses at the Paris Auto Show on the last press day…

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2022 Jeep Grand Wagoneer rated at a thirsty 15 L/100 km by U.S. EPA

Jeep’s new Grand Wagoneer is more than just a rehash of an old name — it’s an upscale take on…

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When the car is the weapon: More drivers are ramming police cruisers

Peel Regional Police are reporting a disturbing trend: in the first five months of 2021, people have rammed cruisers with…

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Despite the rough ride, e-scooter companies are bullish on Canada

TORONTO — When shared e-scooter companies rolled into Canada in 2018, they hoped a few small pilots would quickly result…

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Caravan and motorhome owners face ‘on the spot’ checks and fines this summer

Drivers risk being hit with hefty fines and even penalty points on their licence for failing to use caravans or…

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By ‘land, sea and air,’ GM plans to expand fuel-cell business beyond EVs

The U.S. Army started evaluating Chevrolet Colorado ZH2 fuel cell electric truck in 2017. It is based on GM’s Colorado…

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MOT six-month extension made cars ‘unsafer’ with cars ‘failing miserably’ during checks

They have urged drivers who have “put off “getting their vehicles repaired or serviced to book in for work soon…

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‘Do it now! Going up in value massively!’ Richard Hammond on his classic car business

He was replying to Good Morning Britain host Adil Ray who claimed he was desperate to get a classic Mercedes.…

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The missing piece in bans on the sale of gas-powered vehicles

TORONTO — Gasoline-powered automobiles are on their way out. The United Kingdom has legislated an end to their sale by…

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