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  1. End of the road could be near for side mirrors


    Before engineers dreamed of eliminating drivers in cars, they imagined eliminating the side mirrors. The protuberances are ugly and create aerodynamic drag, and their associated blind spots are the bane of parking-challenged drivers everywhere.

    Small video screens on the dashboard display views from exterior cameras on a car equipped with a digital mirror system. From aerodynamic drag to blind spots, engineers have long thought that side mirrors were imperfect at best.
  2. The Daily Drivers: 2016 Honda Civic Touring


    The previous generation Honda Civic, which seemed tired (design) and uninspired (cabin materials), stalled its reputation as the class leader among compact cars. Now comes the all-new 2016 Civic, which we drove the same week it was named the North American Car of the Year. Does it deserve such praise? We think so.

    2016 Honda Civic Touring
  3. The Daily Drivers: 2016 Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD


    Hyundai has redesigned its compact crossover for the 2016 model, making the third-generation Tucson bigger and bolder. The question is, of course, is it better?

    2016 Hyundai Tucson Limited AWD
  4. Volkswagen says a diesel fix may not be possible for some cars


    FRANKFURT, Germany — Volkswagen may buy back some diesel cars in the United States if it can't make them compliant with air-quality rules fast enough, a lawyer for the company says.

    Volkswagen faces hundreds of lawsuits from diesel owners and independent dealers who say they are stuck with cars that have fallen in value after the company admitted rigging them to cheat on emissions tests.  [Getty Images]