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GM Developing Tesla-Fighting 200-Mile EV For $30,000

September 17th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Tesla’s incredible sales success has automakers the world wondering how to counter the Silicon Valley automaker, and General Motors could have the answer. GM is developing a 200-mile electric car with a targeted sales price of $30,000, right in the same sweet spot Elon Musk is aiming for. But who will launch first


350 Horsepower Alpina D3 Diesel Bimmer Could Debut Soon

August 15th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Americans are just starting to dip their toes into the diesel-powered car market again, but over in Europe oil-burners have been big business for decades. Whole tuning shops are dedicated to turning turbodiesels into torque monsters, and BMW specialist Alpina may be preparing a 350 horsepower, all-wheel drive BMW 335d


2014 BMW 328d Rated At 32/45 MPG

August 1st, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

The popularity of diesel engines in new cars is rising in America, though over in Germany driving diesels is a way of life. The BMW 328d is the latest diesel-powered sedan that Bimmer will offer to Americans, and it will also be the most efficient, boasting a 32 mpg city rating and an outstanding 45 mpg on the highway


Next Tesla Sedan To Get Crossover Version

June 7th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

There has been a lot of talk and speculation regarding the as-yet-unnamed third-generation EV from Tesla Motors. According to Elon Musk, it will go at least 200-miles per charge and cost about half what the Tesla Model S does. Another tidbit Musk let leak out? Apparently there will be a small crossover version of this EV as well


Tesla Aims For $40,000, 200-Mile Jesus EV

May 30th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

The Tesla Model S is many things; fast, good looking, and with the most range of any EV on the market right now. That said, it is still a $70,000 vehicle, placing it well beyond the price range of 99% of car buyers. But for Musk’s encore act, he is making affordability the primary goal, along with a real-world 200 mile range that will have even EV skeptics reconsidering their position...if he can actually make it happen



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