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Rinspeed Dock+Go, Another 458 Crash, Smart For-Us: Today's Car News

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2012 Rinspeed Dock+Go Concept

2012 Rinspeed Dock+Go Concept

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Things are getting a bit weird today as the oddballs of the upcoming show season make their first appearances. First up, we have the 2012 Smart For-Us Concept, a micro-pickup based on the familiar Smart ForTwo platform. Does it make sense? Of course not.

Next, the Rinspeed Dock+Go, which attempts to make the Smart ForTwo ED (electric drive) more useful by adding a third axle and some extra cargo space. Does this make sense? More than the ForTwo or the For-Us, but still, not much.

Finally, another Ferrari 458 Italia has met its end at the hands of its driver, which went nose-first into a ditch in the U.K. in what appear to be moderately snowy conditions. It's a shame, but it's really not a surprise anymore.

Check out all of these and more in the links below.

2012 Rinspeed Dock+Go Concept for the Geneva Motor Show.

2012 Smart For-Us Concept for the Detroit Auto Show.

Aptera staff smash up a remaining prototype on video, but just like the build process, they can't quite finish the job.

GM is working on a modification to the Volt's battery pack to prevent post-crash fires.

Another Ferrari 458 Italia crashes.

We drive the 2012 BMW 3-Series for the first time.

Ferrari has launched its Tailor Made program, and shown it on video.

This week's Guilty Pleasure is the Saab Sonett III.

GM says "no" to Saab's most recent proposed sale.

Seven more states are now on the list for Nissan Leaf reservations.
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