Mitsubishi is planning a new Evo but it won’t be based on the Lancer anymore, and it may not even rely on gasoline. The latest reports suggest the next-generation Evo will be powered by a diesel engine integrated with a through-the-road hybrid all-wheel-drive system.
Production of the Chevrolet SS will end when the car’s Australian plant is shut no later than 2017; a successor is planned and is expected to be built at a plant in North America. A wagon variant is expected this time around, but sadly still no ute.
Tesla’s planned entry-level electric sedan, the oft-rumored Model E, will make its debut at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, according to the automaker’s chief designer. The new car is expected to cost less than $40,000 and have a range of about 200 miles.
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