Due in showrooms next spring, the 2014 BMW i3 electric car has been priced from $42,275, including a $925 destination charge. That price doesn't include federal or state incentives which will bring the price down significantly. A more expensive model with a gasoline range-extender will be available which will increase the i3's range by approximately 80 miles to a total of 180 miles.

The next-generation Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution could be a whole new breed for the storied nameplate. Rumors are spreading that it could go upmarket and become a 500-horsepower Nissan GT-R competitor with a sophisticated plug-in hybrid powertrain. It could use two electric motors and a turbocharged four-cylinder engine to send power to all four wheels.

Are you desperately wanting to feel the wind through your hair as you drive a Range Rover? Then Newport Convertible Engineering has your ride with the new Range Rover Convertible custom. It will go into limited production in August and you'll be able to spot one in your local grocery store parking lot soon after.

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