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    Alphabet, Fiat Chrysler in Self-Driving Cars Deal

    Google parent Alphabet Inc. and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV agreed to incorporate Alphabet’s self-driving technology into 100 Chrysler minivans, marking the tech giant’s first partnership with a major auto maker.

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    Buick’s Cascada Is Lost in a Time Warp

    A feat of outdated technology and design, the Buick Cascada does not represent GM’s current best practices, writes Dan Neil, and postbankruptcy only the company’s best work should be afield.

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    BMW has lost the core development team of its i3 and i8 electric vehicle line to Future Mobility Corp., a Chinese startup backed by Tencent Holdings, as the German car maker struggles to find a convincing answer to Tesla Motors.

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    Time Inc. Chases Car Enthusiasts

    Time Inc. is making an aggressive push to reach car lovers through digital-media ventures, with an eye on capturing more auto-industry ad dollars.

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    Ford Wants Buyers to Drive the New GT

    For buyers angling to get on the wait list for Ford Motor’s new GT super car, having enough in the bank to cover the roughly $450,000 asking price isn’t enough. They also need to convince the company they are ready to drive.

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    The Morgan 3 Wheeler: Eccentric Drivers Wanted

    The exceedingly British Morgan 3 Wheeler—one of the planet’s most unusual vehicles—is perfect for an old-fashion spring romp.

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