The past week was a fun one for new cars, with Bentley unveiling an all-new Flying Spur, Chevy getting back into performance sedans with the SS, and VW revealing the production version of its mileage-maxing XL1, featured in the gallery above. And that wasn't all.
VW's XL1 becomes reality, promises 261 mpg
Features a 2-cylinder turbodiesel engine, lithium-ion battery pack and a design that makes a Prius look positively mainstream.
Bentley unveils the next-gen Flying Spur
Check out the first pictures of what Bentley claims is the automaker's highest-powered and fastest 4-door model ever.
Chevy unveiled new SS muscle sedan
Get your first look at Chevy's first rear-drive, full-size performance sedan since 1996.
KBB Video: A Tesla takes us from LA to Vegas the hard way
"Our goal is to drive a Tesla Model S electric car from LA to Las Vegas. It should be a piece of cake. Here's what actually happened."
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Mazda CX-5 gets needed power bump
Mazda's new compact crossover has been well received, but most agree it's light on power. Mazda has addressed the issue for 2014.
Mini Paceman impresses in our first drive
Mini's latest concoction combines the upsized dimensions of the Countryman with the 2-door layout of the original.
Has Mazda found its mid-size magic with the new Mazda6?
Are "dramatic exterior styling, innovative technology and a significant dollop of fun-to-drive" enough to earn Mazda more attention in this crowded segment?
Honda Accord gets electric with plug-in hybrid
Only available in California and New York for now, the plug-in is mostly an an impressive preview for the regular Accord Hybrid coming later this year.
Kia Sorento now an even more compelling 3-row option
The more refined new Sorento is now a more viable alternative to larger, more mainstream SUVs.
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