Tesla Model X, Morgan Plus E, Toyota FT-Bh: Today's Car News

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Tesla's 2014 Model X electric crossover is finally on the loose--digitally, at least--and it's a falcon-winged bubble of awesome. If you're a fan of fast, luxurious, and green cars that look great, anyway.

Morgan, the carmaker known best for its retro styling and wood-framed chassis affinity, will unveil an all-electric roadster at the Geneva Auto Show. Retro style, electric power, and promised near-supercar performance? Sounds like a plan.

Also on the green tip, Toyota is teasing its FT-Bh city car concept, also destined for a Geneva debut. It'll pack a hybrid drivetrain, lightweight construction, and tiny size.

Find out more about all of these, plus more of the day's top stories, in the links below.

2014 Tesla Model X Unveiled: Electric Luxury Crossover With Wings

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Toyota Teases FT-Bh City Car Concept Ahead Of Geneva Debut

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Comments (2)
  1. I'm afraid I have to take issue with the "bubble of awesome" and "look great" portions of the Tesla's description, at least from an aesthetic point of view. From the A-pillars back its just a mess of Prius meets BMW X6. Whatever happened to the Model S?

  2. I actually think it's a fine good looking SUV, you can clearly tell it got it's genes from the Model S.

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