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What on Earth is Tim shredding on this week?! (AutoComplete, Ep. 14)

"High-octane" gas may not be a lie for much longer; Tim Stevens will soon be shredding on something you've never seen before; and the scope of the Takata airbag problem gets bigger (if that's possible).

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AutoComplete Podcast, Ep. 14

AutoComplete Show Notes:

85 million Takata air bag inflators have not been recalled, safety agency warns

Takata says 5.1 million more vehicles in U.S. have defective airbag inflators

Europe proposes changes in new-car approvals in light of VW scandal

Automakers urge insurance companies to remind U.S. drivers of recalls

Lincoln prices Continental from $45,485

Ford GT Application Overview

Tesla gives Model S a face-lift, expands Model X orders

Prius C to replace VW Beetle for Best Buy's Geek Squad

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2016 BMW X1 xDrive28i review

A tale of two turbochargers: The Porsche 718 Boxster

2016 McLaren 675LT review

From comfortable to thrillingly comfortable, Mercedes' S-Class Cabriolet offers it all

2016 Ford Focus RS: Blue-collar budget, white-collar performance

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With contribution from Stephen Beacham.