BMW will be launching six new diesels in the U.S. over the next two years. That's great news for people that like torque and MPGs but maybe aren't interested in going hybrid.
Fisker has investigated the cause of the fires of a group of Karmas after flooding during Hurricane Sandy, and claims the battery packs weren't at fault.
Jaguar's F-Type is selling well, with over 2,000 orders already placed. That's not surprising, as it's one sharp-looking car.
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