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Fisker Fiasco, Juke-R Revealed, Rapide Crashed: Car News Headlines

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2012 Fisker Karma

2012 Fisker Karma

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Today's mixed bag is truly mixed: we have an incisive look at Fisker's 20-mpg electric Karma and the reporting surrounding its EPA figures; the Nissan Juke-R's first official photos as a completed project; and a heavily crashed Aston Martin Rapide with oddly jubilant perpetrators. All of this and more in the links below.

Get the full story on Fisker's 20-mpg Karma and the shoddy coverage by the media.

Mazda's Takeri Concept previews Tokyo debut.

The Chevy Spark EV is likely to be built in Michigan.

Aston Martin Rapide crashed by strangely happy duo.

The 2012 BMW M6 has been spied again...and crashed again.

McLaren's MP4-12C has lapped the 'Ring in 7:28, but it's not an official time.

The 2013 Cadillac ATS continues testing at the 'Ring, and it's looking good.

Could self-driving cars be on the road by 2020?

The Fiat 500 is hitting SEMA hard this year.

So is Chevy, with the Cruze and Sonic ranges strutting the SEMA floor.

The Nissan Juke-R Concept has been revealed.

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  1. Fiskers's 82 predicted mpg and 30 miles electric range vs. 20mpg; the Volt's projected 230 mpg vs. a still not clear real mpg figure today, and the Prius' mpg issue not too long ago are real blows to the credibility around hybrid technologies. These fiasco are saying loud and clear to disregard the propaganda and wait for the road tests before buying a hybrid cars...
     
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