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    Chevy Volt Unplugged: When To Depower Your EV After a Crash

    No matter what the outcome of the investigation into a recent Chevrolet Volt fire following an NHTSA crash test, the discussion about the Volt and its battery is already proving useful.

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    Ford's second-gen SYNC system off to a buggy start *UPDATE

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    Car Repair Prices Finally Exposed Through Web Apps
    Don't Let The Repair Shop Get The Edge 1293649200

    No matter how smart you are or how hard you try, you have the feeling you're get taken for a ride, don't you? For decades, car shoppers had that sinking feeling in their stomachs when they approached the dealership. Even the coolest hostage negotiator felt squeezed by the grip of the car salesman, ...

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    Review: 2011 Chevrolet Cruze 1LT

    Better, But Plenty of Room For Improvement

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    Forgotten Concept: 2004 Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car Concept

    If there was ever a concept car at the nexus of transportation and technology, it was the Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car. Introduced at the Geneva auto show in 2004, the MTRC concept was a literal embodiment of a video game universe. And it was virtually drivable. The twin seater (in a single ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 2000 Hyundai HCD-5 Concept

    If Hyundai's production cars get uplifting proper nouns as names (Elantra and Genesis, to name a few), the concepts haven't fared so well. Most of them have been given acronyms that identify where the cars were designed. In this case, HCD-5 means "Hyundai California Design" and 5 simply means it's ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 2003 Honda Kiwami

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    Driven: 2010 Acura TSX Tech V6
    Something Different For The Sport Sedan Class 1281672000

    You're in an enviable position that is, paradoxically, filled with agony. You are a sports sedan buyer with thirty-five large to spend. You want something that drives fantastically, looks good and has some degree of curb presence. The problem is, you have about thirty-five choices in front of you. ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 1997 Nissan Stylish 6 Concept

    How do you know you're at an auto show prior to Y2K? Automakers were still developing station wagon concepts.

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    Forgotten Concept: 2001 Jeep Willys2

    At the turn of the century, Jeep could feel the heat around the corner. Where the marque previously held onto the title of the most rugged American brand, all of a sudden that appeared to be in the balance. Approaching fast along the trail was another company with a seven-slat grille and a similar ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 1989 Pontiac Stinger

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    Driven: 2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe
    Real Or Imposter? 1277524800

    The fact that the 2011 CTS Coupe is here at all is something of a miracle altogether. The car was originally scheduled to land in showrooms over a year ago, but GM's bankruptcy put the project on hold. After it appeared the sun would rise again on Detroit, the two-door program was revived and now ...

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    Leaked Memo: Don't Call It Chevy. It's Chevrolet.

    General Motors said this morning it will ditch the shortened nickname "Chevy," instead opting for the full three-syllable "Chevrolet" when talking about the best-selling brand. "Because Chevrolet is one of the fastest growing automotive brands globally, we will use Chevrolet in internal and ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 1996 Ford Indigo

    You won't find Ford in a major open-wheel racing series in America today, but the company's support for Indy-style racing has a provenance as impressive as any manufacturer. Jim Clark's Indianapolis 500 win in 1965 (the first for a car with an engine behind the driver) might be Ford's most famous ...

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    Go Dig A Hole, Mister

    Wayfinding in the age of fully-formed cartography isn't too terribly difficult. With land maps evolving daily through satellite imagery and networked resources online, we are never really at risk of being lost (unless the batteries in our GPS run out). From a get-there-from-here perspective, all ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 1995 Ford GT90

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    When Your Car Is Your Home

    After tens of thousands of miles spent on road trips, we admit we've spent many nights on long adventures without a place to stay for the night. Typically, we've just kicked the seat back and shut our eyes wherever we found a safe place to pull off. As it turns out, we weren't doing it right. A ...

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    Driven: 2010 Audi S4 Sedan
    Very Close, But Doesn't Go Far Enough 1272686400

    It has always been my belief that products that turn full control over to the operator have the ability to transcend the norm, perhaps even stirring a sense of bliss inside us. This occurs when a product is so easy to use and so eerily connected to what we want to do that we feel like we become ...

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    Forgotten Concept: 1987 GM Sunraycer

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    Natural Gas The Future For Big 'Ol Trucks?

    Wherever you weigh in on the peak oil debate, most Americans tend to agree that less foreign oil is in our best interests. The problem, of course, is that we can't make all the oil we need: 21 million barrels per day, give or take. We have a capacity of about 5 million barrels per day in the U.S., ...


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