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McLaren shows off new lightweight chassis ahead of supercar reveal

McLaren is about to enter a new era in March, when it will unveil the first new models in its second generation Super Series range at the Geneva Motor Show. This was followed around 12 months later by the Spider version while the 650S Coupe and Spider were launched in 2014. Buyers can also opt for the "visible monocage" option, and have their A-pillars exposing carbon fibre for the world to see.

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Ford planning electric future, with hybrid mustang and more

Speaking at the Deutsche Bank Global Auto Industry conference in Detroit, Ford CEO Mark Fields said the hybrid Mustang would "deliver V8 power and even more low-end torque". When it's all said in done, the factory should be "capable of producing high-tech and autonomous vehicles". Instead, $700m (£571m) will be invested into adding 700 new jobs at its United States assembly plant in MI.

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CBS reportedly close to signing on for Hulu's live TV streaming service

The company's CEO, Mike Hopkins, made the announcement during a panel at a conference in Las Vegas, according to Variety . The price is expected to cost $40 per month and will launch over the next few months. Hopkins added the sub-$40 price would also include a subscription to Hulu's streaming service, which now runs for $8 a month, and access to a cloud-based DVR.

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Faraday Future unveils electric vehicle in Las Vegas to kick off CES

Engineers and executives at the California-based, China-backed electric vehicle company set their sights on showcasing its first passenger vehicle's blazing acceleration , pitting it against a Bentley Bentayga, Ferrari 488 GTB and, of course, industry benchmarks both the Tesla Model X P100D and Model S P100D.

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Microsoft to launch red Xbox One controller in January 2017

The Red Xbox Controller will cost $65 on GameStop and the Microsoft Store . While Xbox 360 had a huge range of colour controllers and while Xbox One is not really close, it is slowly catching up and the latest to join the list is the elite Red coloured Controller.

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The Chrysler Portal Concept is FCA's Electric, Semi-Autonomous Minivan for Millennials

The most distinctive feature is the double sliding doors that open up in opposite directions with glass lower portions and LED accents. The unique exterior design is characterized by the use of doors with large windows, nicknamed "portals" by Chrysler .