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Tim Stevens

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Editor in Chief of Roadshow, CNET's auto destination site

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The LA Auto Show will attract big crowds this week to see the latest models, from Chevrolet to Ferrari.

SUVs are back at LA auto show

The LA Auto Show will attract big crowds this week to see the latest models, from Chevrolet to Ferrari.

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Despite recent criticisms of the company, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced new big plans: his "Master Plan, Part Deux."

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Despite recent criticisms of the company, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced new big plans: his "Master Plan, Part Deux."

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