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Hyundai Debuts More Stylish 2018 Accent

These days, compact and subcompact cars are quickly becoming more and more desirable thanks to pushes from automakers to pack in more value. While this sometimes comes in the form of upscale materials and tech, the 2018 Hyundai Accent that was launched at last week’s Toronto Auto Show has a little bit of everything.

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Chevrolet Introduces New Lego Batmobile

Over the weekend, Chevrolet, along with students from Detroit's Cody Rouge community, A World in Motion and FIRST LEGO® League, unveiled its life-size LEGO® Batmobile today at the North American International Auto Show.

Measuring 17-feet in length, the impressive creation was inspired by the Batman Speedwagon featured in the upcoming LEGO Batman Movie, due to arrive in U.S. theaters on February 10. The LEGO Batmobile will appear in Chevrolet's "Real People, Not Actors" campaign in which LEGO Minifigures discuss what type of person might drive the Batmobile...
 

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Ford's Quick Lane Tire Announces Multiyear Extension of Bowl Game Naming Rights

The Detroit Lions and Ford's Quick Lane Tire & Auto Center recently announced an agreement that will extend Quick Lane's naming rights to the annual bowl game held at Ford Field. The renewal guarantees Quick Lane naming rights of the bowl game through 2019...

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Ford Super Duty Sets Flag-Pulling Guinness World Record

When it comes to towing and hauling heavy loads, torque is definitely the name of the game. Ford Motor Company demonstrated this fact this past Saturday when a Ford F-Series Super Duty truck set the GUINNESS WORLD RECORD for "Largest Flag Pulled by a Moving Vehicle."

The Ford F-450 Super Duty pulled a 4,124 square foot United States flag over four laps at Homestead-Miami Speedway's 1.5-mile track. The 45 by 92-foot flag breaks the previous record held by Chevrolet which was 40 by 80 feet. In order to break the record, the truck had to travel more…

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How Safe Are Self-Driving Cars?

In the six years from 2009 to 2015, Google's fleet of autonomous vehicles was responsible for eleven crashes. Google calls this number a success for its self-driving vehicle research program, but there are certainly some questions that come to mind. Who is to blame in accidents involving these vehicles, and are they safer than regular cars as we are so often told? We found an interesting video from Discovery News delves into these questions...

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Toyota Tundra to Carry Enormous World Series Trophy in Chicago Cubs Victory Parade

Last year, in what can only be described as a serendipitous example of perfect time, Toyota and the Chicago Cubs announced a long-term "Legacy Partnership" that established the automaker as the Official Vehicle of the Cubs and Wrigley Field, beginning with the 2016 Season. Now that season has come to a close and the Cubs are still celebrating their history-making...

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Chevrolet Joins with American Cancer Society to Fight Breast Cancer

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Earlier this morning, Chevrolet announced that its employees, dealers, and customers are coming together in support of the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks during the month of October. Chevrolet employees and hundreds of dealerships across the United States will participate and sponsor local community walks. An especially large gathering of employees will participate in the Detroit walk beginning at Hart Plaza on Saturday, October, 8...

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