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Tasty Treats From the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed

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https://www.motortrend.com - The Goodwood Festival of Speed is so great because you have people of all ages and types celebrating cars of all ages and types. It’s a true love fest that is organic at its core, even as it has become larger and more commercial each year.

Rare Rides: A 1977 Chevrolet Monza – the Malaise Mirage

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https://www.thetruthaboutcars.com - Today’s Rare Ride is a special, sporty edition of a rather mundane Malaise subcompact. It hails from a time when the American customer matched the color of their vinyl seats to their wide lapel.

A Chinese electric car startup is trying to take on Tesla by making its cars more like an iPhone

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http://www.businessinsider.com - The Chinese electric vehicle startup Byton is developing three vehicles, the first of which will hit the market in 2019. The company has prioritized interior features, like touchscreens and adjustable seats, over traditional performance metrics, like range and acceleration, in part because it assumes autonomous driving technology will become available to consumers in the next few years.

This Means (Trade) War: Trump Plays a Dangerous Game With Auto Tariffs

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http://www.thedrive.com - In the looming trade war that would roil the global auto industry, its fuse lit by President Trump’s bluster and threats, it’s pretty clear who Trump thinks he’s hurting: Foreigners. As in, Those Damn Foreigners.

Congressional Democrats file bills to extend federal electric-car tax credits

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https://www.greencarreports.com - Vermont Congressman Peter Welch has filed a bill to extend federal electric-car tax credits for 10 more years, just as the credits begin to run out on the two largest electric-car manufacturers, Tesla and General Motors. Both Tesla and General Motors are expected to reach their cap of 200,000 electric car sales in 2018.