Ford Evos, Justin Bieber Crash, Audi S6, S7 And S8: Today's Car News

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2011 Ford Evos Concept

2011 Ford Evos Concept

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Ford has given us a preview of its latest design language with the unveiling of the new Evos concept, a sleek four-door coupe scheduled to appear at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show in just two weeks’ time. [MotorAuthority]

It’s been revealed that in the closing days of the Bush administration, former vice president Dick Cheney opposed the original decision to bailout GM. [TheCarConnection]

Considering buying a used Toyota Prius? Here’s everything you need to know. [GreenCarReports]

Audi has unveiled a new generation of its S8 flagship sedan, one that’s faster, more luxurious and greener than the model it replaces. [MotorAuthority]

A town in Illinois now has a custom built track where new car shoppers can test out a range of vehicles. [TheCarConnection]

Just Bieber fans from all across the globe will be happy to know that the 17-year old pop sensation was unharmed after the Ferrari he was driving was hit by a Honda Civic. [MotorAuthority]

SiriusXM is now offering two free weeks to lapsed subscribers to coax them into returning. [AllCarTech]

A total of three new Audi S models will be on show at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show, one of which will be the S7 Sportback. [MotorAuthority]

Cars aren’t the only vehicles getting more fuel efficient. Trucks are too. [GreenCarReports]

Audi has downsized the V-10 engine from its previous S6 and S6 Avant models, going with a twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8 fitted with cylinder deactivation technology to boost gas mileage for the new generation of both cars. [MotorAuthority]


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