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Report: NHTSA closes book on Ford, GM probes of 600,000 vehicles

Filed under: Sedan, Government/Legal, Safety, Chevrolet, Ford US safety regulators have closed a pair of investigations into some 500,000 Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Marauder sedans built between 2004 to 2007, and 100,000 Chevrolet Impala models from 2014.

Featured: Happy Thanksgiving! Autoblog is thankful for... [w/videos]

Filed under: Etc. The inimitable David E. Davis, Jr., once described himself as "...the luckiest guy in the world; a car enthusiast and I live in car-enthusiast heaven." I think about that line a lot, but it seems ever-more poignant around this time of year, when families are gathered, stories are told and words of thanks are offered up more readily than on your average Thursday.

Motorsports: Jean-Eric Vergne loses his ride with Toro Rosso

Filed under: Motorsports, Hirings/Firings/Layoffs After Ferrari confirmed its signing of Sebastian Vettel and with McLaren set to announce its lineup any day now, Scuderia Toro Rosso is one of the last teams with a seat open for the 2015 Formula One World Championship.

Teased: Mercedes confirms first AMG Sport models for Detroit

Filed under: Detroit Auto Show, Sedan, Performance, Crossover, Mercedes-Benz If you're looking for a sportier Mercedes-Benz but can't quite make the leap to a full-on AMG model, we've got some good news for you: the German automaker is about to expand its performance portfolio with a more accessible AMG Sport range.

Video: Here's the new face of the Ford Ranger

Filed under: Truck, Ford, Design/Style, Videos Ford Asia Pacific has put a teaser video on YouTube showing off details on the 2015 Ranger pickup, and at the end we get a quick glimpse of the whole truck.

Video: Ferrari 458 Speciale vs Porsche 911 GT3 shows what Chris Harris does best

Filed under: Coupe, Performance, Europe, Videos, Porsche, Ferrari After a brief trip behind a pay wall, British auto journalist Chris Harris is back posting videos for free online, and shorts like this one are the perfect example of why his return is so welcome.

U-Turn: What you missed on 11.26.14

We Say Goodbye To Today's Cadillac CTS-V The raucous Cadillac CTS-V lineup we've come to know and love is drifting off into the sunset.

Official: Nissan will build just 45 examples of this 45th Anniversary GT-R

Filed under: Coupe, Japan, Supercars, Nissan It's been 45 years since the release of the original Nissan Skyline GT-R, so to celebrate, the Japanese automaker has announced this special commemorative edition.

Report: Audi following Tesla with 280-mile EV family car

Filed under: Technology, Audi, Electric The press days are finished at the LA Auto Show, but things said there are still making news.

Two Wheels: Honda builds 300-millionth motorcycle, it's a Gold Wing

Filed under: Classics, Honda, Motorcycle Honda has been selling motorcycles in Japan since 1949. And it's been selling bikes to US customers since John Travolta had a paper route.

Video: Innovative dad creates dangerously impressive motocross swing

Filed under: Etc., Safety, Videos, Motorcycle You can make a swing out of just about anything: chain, rope, a plank of wood, even an old tire.

Report: Tesla in talks with BMW about batteries, charging collaborations

Filed under: Europe, BMW, Tesla, Electric, Technology With Toyota and Daimler no longer holding Tesla shares, the electric vehicle company might be looking for a new partner - possibly a Bavarian one.

Report: Lexus RX replacement to debut in Detroit?

Filed under: Detroit Auto Show, Sedan, Performance, Crossover, Lexus, Luxury The 2015 Detroit Auto Show is shaping up to be a big one for Lexus, with Group Vice President Jeff Bracken confirming to Ward's Auto that the Japanese luxury marque will have at least one, and possibly two, all-new-model introductions.

Report: Mini phasing out Coupe, Roadster next year

Filed under: Convertible, Coupe, Mini With its previous generation, Mini went for a maximalist strategy, expanding its lineup to include seven derivatives.

Video: Ken Box 2 is cardboard drifting greatness

Filed under: Performance, Etc., Racing, Videos If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Ken Block must spend a lot of time blushing.

Video: Nissan teases next-gen Titan in 'Truckumentary'

Filed under: Truck, Nissan, Videos The Nissan Titan has grown long in the tooth over its decade on the market, especially against major competitors on the truck scene like the latest Ford F-150.

Renault-Nissan has sold 200,000 EVs, claims 58 percent global share

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Nissan, Renault The all-electric Renault Zoe sold 10,000 units during its first year on sale and the French automaker has sold a total of about 51,500 EVs since starting sales of its four-vehicle EV lineup in 2011.

Official: Subaru launches STI-tuned Forester tS in Japan

Filed under: Performance, Japan, Crossover, Subaru, Design/Style Subaru Tecnica International, better known by its initials, STI, has finally unveiled its work at tuning the Forester into a higher performance machine.

Translogic: Translogic 164: Driving the fuel cell vehicles of the 2014 LA Auto Show

Filed under: LA Auto Show, Videos, Audi, Toyota, Volkswagen, Electric, Translogic, Technology The LA Auto Show is known for its environmentally friendly vehicle debuts.

Featured: Such Sweet Sorrow: Cadillac's CTS-V gets an Irish wake

Filed under: Coupe, Sedan, Performance, Wagon, Etc., Cadillac, Luxury As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end.