The 2016 Mazda Miata is brilliant because it managed to prove you can build a compact sports car despite all of today's strict regulations. Here are another ten automotive ideas that will make 2015 better.
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Forget GoPros and various phone apps. Just pop in an SD card in, and analyze the hell out of your performance in the C7, which remains awesome.
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How to integrate phones when it comes to cheap cars? Vive la France, that's how!
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Ford made a long-term investment by switching from steel to aluminum in order to save weight. A huge step in the right direction.
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While making cars more efficient is a top priority for all car makers, Dodge came in to point out that we must also not forget how to have fun. The game is on!
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Diesel power is the standard for trucks in most parts of the world, but America is not one of them. At least not yet.
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450 horsepower from a 2.0 four-cylinder. Now, imagine it with some added electricity. Boom!
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Zero emissions, zero to sixty in 3.2 seconds. Basically, it's as fast as a McLaren F1.
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BMW will give you a car with a CFRP tub for $41,350. Today.
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Welcome back to Answers of the Day - our daily Jalopnik feature where we take the best ten responses from the previous day's Question of the Day and shine it up to show off. It's by you and for you, the Jalopnik readers. Enjoy!
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