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  1. The Daily Drivers: Smart Fortwo

    Autos

    Peter drove the Smart Fortwo when it was first introduced in the U.S. market in 2009. At the time, he was impressed with the tiny car's interior roominess, dismayed by its rough-shifting transmission and wary of its potential price.

    2017 Smart Fortwo Cabrio Passion trim [LYRA SOLOCHEK  |  Times]
  2. The Daily Drivers: 2017 Audi R8 V10 Plus

    Autos

    We've driven the first-generation Audi R8 several times over the years and have always loved its blend of luxury and super-car performance. Quite simply, the R8 is one of our dream cars. There was no 2016 model, so we were eager to experience the second-generation R8 that debuted for 2017 and in a version — the …

    2017 Audi R8 V10 Plus coupe [LYRA SOLOCHEK | Times]
  3. The Daily Drivers Update: 2017 Honda Civic Touring sedan

    Autos

    After last year's redesign, Honda keeps expanding the Civic family for 2017. There's now a hatchback, for example, joining the coupe and sedan, and we can't wait to drive the sporty Si and high-performance Civic Type R models.

    2017 Honda Civic Touring sedan with CVT  [LYRA SOLOCHEK  |  Times]
  4. Volvo is first major carmaker to forgo traditional engines for electric motors (w/video)

    Autos

    HELSINKI — Volvo plans to build only electric and hybrid vehicles starting in 2019, making it the first major automaker to abandon cars and SUVs powered solely by the internal combustion engine.

    A Volvo XC 90 during an interview with Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson at Volvo Cars Showroom in Stockholm, Sweden, Wednesday, July 5, 2017. Samuelsson said that all Volvo cars will be electric or hybrid within two years. The Chinese-owned automotive group plans to phase out the conventional car engine. [TT via AP]
  5. Illegal credit card skimmer use on the rise at Florida gas stations

    Autos

    BY MALENA CAROLLO

    Protecting your pin while paying for gas at the pump may not be enough to keep your card's information safe. State inspectors have found more credit card skimmers in the first seven months of this year — 276 — than during all of 2016 — 219.

    Credit card skimmers are increasingly being found in Florida gas stations. | [Times file photo]