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First Look: BMW Active 5 Hybrid

First Look: BMW Active 5 Hybrid

Japanese automakers are virtually tripping over one another to show the public who’s the greenest manufacturer of them all.  Now, BMW is entering the fray.  The German marque, one of the few foreign brands to still have a presence at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, is...
First Look: Nissan Juke NISMO

First Look: Nissan Juke NISMO

The Nissan Juke has proven wildly popular, selling more than 232,000 copies in its brief time on the market.  Now, bets the number two Japanese maker, it could build up demand by pumping up performance. The Nissan Juke NISMO will be the most mainstream model yet to...
VW Teases with Cross Coupe Concept

VW Teases with Cross Coupe Concept

One of the few foreign manufacturers to stage a presence during – or unveil any new products at – the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, Volkswagen rolled out two surprises for the assembled media masses. The first to roll onto the stage will also be the first to reach market:...
First Look: Honda EV-Ster

First Look: Honda EV-Ster

It’s just a concept.  It’s just a concept. That, at least, is what Honda is officially calling the EV-Ster, the show car making its debut at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show.  But you certainly should anticipate seeing some of the basic technology under its sexy hood...
First Look: Toyota 86

First Look: Toyota 86

Nearly four years in the making, Toyota has finally pulled the wraps off the 2-seat sports car it has developed as part of a joint venture with the smaller Japanese automaker Subaru. Targeted at the small, affordable sports car niche now dominated by the long-lived...
Subaru Releases BRZ Photos Ahead of Official Debut

Subaru Releases BRZ Photos Ahead of Official Debut

A day after learning the names for the Toyota version of its joint sports coupe project, Subaru is has released photos of its version ahead of its official reveal at the Tokyo Auto Show. The 2013 Subaru BRZ was co-developed with the Toyota sport coupe – which will be...
What to Look For at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

What to Look For at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show

The 2011 Tokyo Motor Show opened its doors to thousands of media with some significant news coming out of the biennial event – even though Detroit’s Big Three and a number of other foreign makers decided to sit on the sidelines this time ‘round. The Tokyo Motor Show...
BMW, Toyota To Swap Hybrid Engines for Diesels

BMW, Toyota To Swap Hybrid Engines for Diesels

BMW and Toyota have reportedly agreed to swap diesel and hybrid powertrains in an effort to improve their fleet fuel economy. Such partnerships are becoming increasingly popular as automakers face the rapid increase in government-mandated mileage standards in key...
November Car Sales Could Be Best Since Mid-’09

November Car Sales Could Be Best Since Mid-’09

The U.S. economy looks like it got a lift in November from new vehicle sales – which continue gaining momentum despite earlier concerns that the automotive market would cool down after a hot October. Sales of new cars in November have climbed to a level last seen more...
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