Land Rover has taken the wraps off its all-new Discovery Sport. The vehicle replaces the LR2 in the British automaker’s lineup and arrives in showrooms in early 2015.
VL Automotive, the company planning to sell Fisker Karma sedans powered by Corvette V-8 engines, has merged with WM GreenTech Automotive. The good news is that the V-8-powered Karma is still being developed, only now it will be called the WM Destino.
European cab drivers hate ride-sharing service Uber. They've shouted, they've protested, they've clogged city streets, but they haven't done much to halt the spread of the world's favorite ad hoc taxi network—until now, that is.
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