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A $1,000 Monthly Car Payment Is Becoming Increasingly Normal

There’s another exciting new metric for how expensive cars are getting, Tesla’s global factory logjams are catching up with it and Renault and Nissan need to leave each other already. All that and more in this Friday edition of The Morning Shift for July

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Chevrolet Is Giving Money Back to Bolt Owners Who Purchased the EV Prior to its Price Cut

Chevrolet is reimbursing Chevy Bolt buyers who bought the EV ahead of its latest discount. Eligible buyers will receive up to $6,000 from Chevrolet in this rare case of an automaker offering a retroactive discount. So, if you’re one of the buyers of the C

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Watch a Tesla 'Self-Drive' Straight Into Oncoming Traffic

Tesla’s FSD Beta rollout has been, charitably, extremely bad. Video after video shows Tesla cars breaking traffic laws, aiming for cyclists, and generally operating in an unsafe manner. Now, another example of the company’s not-ready-for-release software

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Every Corvette Generation, Ranked

This week, America celebrated National Corvette Day on June 30, followed immediately by Drive Your Corvette to Work Day on July 1. With all this focus on America’s sports car, we decided it was high time to rank every Corvette generation from best to wors

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