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    It's Godzilla vs. The King. Which one's the winner in the death match between the Porsche 911 Turbo and the Nissan GT-R? #YouTellUs by sending in your answer via Twitter to @therealma -- and don't forget the hashtag.

  • Chevrolet Volt battery cover planter

    Reducing fuel consumption and emissions is only one aspect of automotive sustainability - at the end of a car's life comes the time for its components to be re-used and recycled. We'd hope for Chevrolet's sake that its 2011 Volt models aren't already reaching the end of their life-cycles but it's nice to know that when they do, a little innovation can make old components go a long way. When General Motors' Real Estate and Facilities team moved into a new building and wanted to spruce up the atrium, they had the perfect planter ready and waiting - the battery cover from the 2011 Chevrolet...

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