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2013 Tokyo: Mitsubishi offers a third concept to add to the crossover possibility list w/ video

The Montero has been gone for too long for some from the US market and we may be looking at indications of what its replacement may be. As indicated in the video clip, the concept comes with electronic rear suicide doors, a glowing blue touch interface down the center of the cabin, plug in hybrid […]

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2013 Tokyo: Mitsubishi showcases the XR-PHEV Concept, another hybridized crossover pitch w/ video

Mitsubishi’s biggest contribution to the US auto market is not one of their sedans, but the Outlander compact SUV; that car is to be retired in not too long and Mitsubishi is throwing out hints at what the next equivalent may be like with the XR-PHEV concept. Lots of chrome and LED headlights akin to […]

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2013 Tokyo: Nissan brings some new EV concepts to Tokyo

Nissan has sold over 87,00 copies of their LEAF electric hatchback and is now branching out to different markets by adapting an existing van, updating the LEAF in two variants, and releasing two new concepts at this year’s Tokyo Auto Show. Nissan released a sports car concept, but perhaps more interestingly, they are offering something […]

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Volkswagen reveals its electrified E-Golf for North America, due at LA this year

Volkswagen will officially be jumping on the electric vehicle bandwagon by introducing their first mass-produced electric vehicle at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show in the coming weeks. That said, the brand just revealed and confirmed their latest EV, which will take form as an electrified Golf. Due in the last quarter of 2014, the […]

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Report: Tesla Model X to be all-wheel drive only

AutoBlog learned that Tesla’s new and incoming Model X crossover will be offered in all-wheel drive only. Originally, the electric SUV was said to be offered in both all- and rear-wheel drive. But due to concerns with pricing, the change to offer only one drivetrain has been decided. The Model X is still heavy in […]

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2014 Cadillac ELR

Cadillac reveals Saks Fifth Avenue Special Edition ELR for the holiday season

Cadillac revealed a stylized version of their new ELR plug-in electric luxury coupe, just in time for the holiday season. Similarly to how Neiman Marcus usually dresses up a Lexus for their Christmas book, Cadillac had their ELR done up by Saks Fifth Avenue to create their own special edition. Click here for more news […]

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Report: Tesla’s entry level sedan to be called the Model E

Dutch publication DerTelegraaf reports that Tesla’s new entry-level sedan will be receiving the name, Model E. It will be introduced in less than two years and will follow in the footsteps of the current Model S, but in a package that is rumored to cost around $30,000-$35,000. It will be produced as a supposed 2017 […]

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Report: BMW’s i3 reservations exceed brand’s expectations, could increase production

BMW may be boosting production for their i3 city car after reports have indicated that BMW’s first mass-produced electric city car kicked off to a solid start. More than 8,000 i3s have been reserved before the model hits showrooms in Europe next month, exceeding BMW’s expectations. The BMW i3 begins selling for the first time […]

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2014 Cadillac ELR

Cadillac prices the 2014 ELR coupe starting at $75,995, sales begin in January

Cadillac has just announced the pricing for its much-anticipated 2014 ELR plug-in range-extended luxury EV coupe, which debuted earlier this year at the 2013 North American International Auto Show. Click here for more news on the 2014 Cadillac ELR. The price is a fairly hefty $75,995, for what is more or less a far more […]

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Kia confirms Soul EV is headin’ to America with the hamsters

Kia in a new statement, Kia announced that they’ll be importing the Soul EV to North America. Ready to arrive sometime next year, the Soul EV will of course be powered by a series of electric motors, powered by some laptop batteries, while donning some different body work to most likely improve aerodynamics, reduce weight, […]

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