With its 40 mpg highway rating, stylish exterior and excellent drivetrain, the 2011 Hyundai Elantra is set to put the rest of the segment on notice.
In less than a week, the FIA could vote in a new engine for the 2013 Formula One season, and the smart money is on a turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder to replace the current 2.4-liter V8s.
According to a recent report, Honda is rumored to be working on a CR-Z that ditches its conventional hybrid powertrain in favor of a small-displacement, turbocharged mill.
Also of interest:
- UAW to hold sympathy strike for Hyundai workers in Korea
- McLaren brings back the SLR for a limited-edition swan song
- Rumormill: Infiniti Performance Line could benefit from AMG power
- BMW pulls out of World Touring Car Championship
- Zonda Absolute joins the ranks of special-edition Pagani models