GM to Teens: Drive Smart, Stupid

Automaker tries to encourage good driving to curb teen fatalities.

The fact that teenage drivers are notoriously distracted and accident prone isn't news to anyone who has ever had a teenage child, or indeed anyone who's ever been a teenager themselves. Since this is Teen Driver Safety Week (have you finished your shopping yet?) GM is trying to raise awareness of the very serious problem of teen driving.

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Acura, Honda Prepare to Change It Up at the L.A. Auto Show

Both Honda brands are in the midst of changing their tunes.

Honda and Acura are pretty stoked for the upcoming Los Angeles Auto Show, which will take place at the end of November. Acura's in the midst of a sales slump, and the brand is planning on a reinvention based around a couple new products. Honda is working its way into new markets with a brand-new crossover that, while offensive to its enthusiast base, could put Honda at the forefront of an important segment. Either way, both brands are putting it on the line at L.A. this year.

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GM Hedges: This Is Not a Guarantee

GM credit acquisition press release has interesting caveat.

This week, GM put out a rather bland little press release announcing its newest financial venture: A $12.5 billion credit facility that, according to Chuck Stevens, GM executive VP and CFO, "further strengthens [GM's] fortress balance sheet with an appropriate level of liquidity to supply the needs of the business."

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How Would You Like a 600-Horsepower Hyundai Genesis?

Hyundai's luxury cruiser gets a mile-long modification list.

Sometimes, automakers will use a whole bunch of in-house parts to create a car for the SEMA aftermarket showcase in Las Vegas. Other automakers will outsource the building to a company that doesn't need to worry about factory warranties, giving those companies more or less carte blanche when it comes to modifications. Hyundai has chosen the latter course, and one of the resulting creations is just about ready for the SEMA spotlight.

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Weekly Car Porn: Survive the Zombie Apocalypse

Nothing is getting past these cars - not even flesh-eating walkers.

For those of you who like to drool over ridiculously good-looking cars, you are not alone. Web2Carz will now be bringing you 10 swoon-worthy automobiles every Wednesday that will always be easy on the eyes and get you through the rest of the week! The Walking Dead is back! And, if that show has taught us one thing, it's that a zombie apocalypse is near so we must start preparing now. Thankfully, nothing is getting past these machines of steel - not even flesh-eating walkers.

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Ford's SEMA Trucks Are Absolutely Ludicrous in the Best Way

Automaker insanity reaches new heights with the 2015 F-150.

Automakers have begun announcing and showing off their various projects headed to the SEMA aftermarket convention in Las Vegas. We've already looked at a couple different offerings from a couple different automakers, but most have been relatively sedate thus far. Well, Ford's making sure to put a stop to that; to help launch the all-new 2015 F-150, Ford called on some SEMA regulars to go as far away from the beaten path as possible.

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