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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Extreme Concept: Big and bold

Designed to showcase the capabilities of its Sprinter cab/chassis heavy duty truck, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Extreme Concept is 20 feet long, more than eight feet tall, can haul a 6,400-pound payload and tow nearly 4 tons. The German automaker took the wraps off the concept at the Chicago Auto Show. The Sprinter Extreme’s aggressive looks were developed by aftermarket customizer RENNtech, which developed the custom rack with six forward... Read More


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12 Hours at the 2011 New York Auto Show

  The 2011 New York Auto Show ends Sunday, May 1. Here's how it all started.  $(function(){if ($("#galleria").length > 0){$("#galleria")...


2012 Chevrolet Corvette - Refining the performance formula

Intent on keeping one step ahead of the competition, the 2012 Chevrolet Corvette benefits from a series of enhancements aimed at upping its overall...


Volkswagen E-Scooter Concept spotted in Shanghai

Offering a first look at a potential new direction in its personal mobility portfolio, Volkswagen unveiled a battery-powered two-wheeled alternative...


Chrysler pulls the plug on its GEM EV operations

In a move aimed at allowing it to better focus energies on core automotive business concerns, the Chrysler Group has entered into an agreement to sell...


Toyota and WiTricity join forces on battery charging program

Toyota Motor Corporation and Massachusetts-based WiTricity Corporation have entered into a technical collaboration agreement aimed at accelerating the...


Top 10 Green Cars for 2011

There was a time when the environmentally friendly cars available on the market reminded us of the old days of the Model T. By that we mean you could...


Top 10 Green Cars: #3

2011 Toyota Prius , 50 mpg (51 city, 48 highway)The original hybrid for the masses is still the segment's heavyweight when it comes to getting the most...


2011 Chevrolet Volt and Nissan LEAF named IIHS Top Safety Picks

After performing its first-ever full crash test regimen on mainstream plug-in electric vehicles, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has...


Hyundai introduces trade-in value guarantee program

Hyundai's latest move to curry favor and build confidence with its owners comes in the form of a new addition to its Hyundai Assurance program. Starting...


Mitsubishi i will start under $29,000, launch in Hawaii

Mitsubishi chose Earth Day to announce that pricing on its new 2012 Mitsubishi i electric vehicle will start at $28,865 for the ES version and $30,865...


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