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28Porsche 911 GT3 RS looks wicked, this way comes

Those who didn't think Porsche went extreme enough with the latest 911 GT3 likely won't be disappointed when the more focused GT3 RS arrives. And as you can see from these latest spy shots, it looks like it's speeding right around the corner.

AddAAA warns cold weather kills EV range, ignores effect on gas cars

The AAA sent out a new press release today warning about the effects of extreme temperatures on electric vehicle range. The numbers are kind of astounding: "nearly 60 percent lower in extreme cold and 33 percent lower in extreme heat." Wow, right? Well, sort of.

AddFox Business finds nothing but bad things to say about EVs

You can call it throwing cold water on the EV grin or taking the pessimistic view or whatever you like. The fact remains that Fox Business has got it in spades. In a recent segment with The Car Coach, Lauren Fix, electric vehicles were given a most negative of reviews while ignoring most any upside. This certainly shouldn't surprise anyone who's been following the relationship between Fox and plug-in vehicles over the years.

2Keep Your Car Running With Cold Weather Tips

Arctic temperatures can seriously damage cars

Much of the country is experiencing arctic weather conditions the likes of which haven't been seen in decades. Cold can damage your car, drain batteries, freeze fuel lines and even crack engine blocks.

AddYes, it's totally possible to drive 100+ miles in a Nissan Leaf in freezing cold

Plug-in electric vehicle drivers can potentially drive their EVs long distances under extreme weather conditions. The catch is that they have to drastically change their driver behavior.

AddNorwegian Tesla Model S driver goes 233 cold miles on a charge

When a Norwegian Tesla owner/enthusiast posted a video about how far he could go on a single charge during the depths of a Norwegian December, you just had a feeling the guy's name would be Bjorn. This intrepid gentleman took his Model S out in the cold (he mentions the outside temperature reaching -6 Celsius, or about 21 degrees Fahrenheit) armed with a cat, a flatscreen TV and some other stuff, all for the purpose of testing the battery-electric vehicle's single-charge range. And making a vide

AddChemistry 101: Why battery performance degrades in cold weather

The Ford Fusion Hybrid and its sibling, the Mercury Milan gas-electric, have failed, on numerous occasions when driven in cold weather, to return gas mileage results that match their EPA rating of 41 mpg city/36 highway. Likewise, the Mini E's usable range, when driven by Dr. Lyle Dennis, dropped substantially as the mercury dipped down to 23 degrees Fahrenheit. Heck, even General Motors admits that the Chevy Volt's electric-only range will likely degrade as winter sets in and we're fairly certa

AddGM subjects 2011 Chevrolet Volt to cold-weather testing in Canada, eh?

2011 Chevy Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

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