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Spy Shots Galore, Chrysler Logo, NMS Preview: Today At High Gear Media

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Volkswagen New Midsize Sedan official sketch

Volkswagen New Midsize Sedan official sketch

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Irmao do Decio's preview rendering of the Volksagen New Midsize Sedan

Irmao do Decio's preview rendering of the Volksagen New Midsize Sedan

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Today at High Gear Media we've got a flotilla of spy shots coming by way of Motor Authority, with the latest from BMW and Mercedes-Benz plus news of GM's decision to keep Opel, Kia's entry into U.S. motorsports, a full-detail gallery of the new Aston Martin Rapide and crash test video the Mercedes SLS AMG.

TheCarConnection lightens things up with video of a truck hitting a bridge, but asks the question if satellive navigation is making us dumber drivers. A preview rendering of the Volkswagen NMS shows us what may be in store once the Passat is replaced, and in other news, the Honda Accord Crosstour is priced, Chrysler gets a new logo, and the Scion Kogi takes tailgating to the extreme.

A new compressed natural gas Toyota Camry may be in the works, according to GreenCarReports, and Twilight's Kellan Lutz is spotted with a dirty, dirty Infiniti G35 over at CelebsAndCars.

Around the High Gear Media network of sites, we have even more fun and fascinating news, including an all-electric superbike, electric vehicles at the post office, and a look at GM's decision to keep Opel.

Catch all this and more at the links below!

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TheCarConnection.com
Video: LTE Connected Car May Be The Future Of Telematics
Extreme Tailgating With The Scion Kogi xD From MV Designs
New Chrysler Logo Leaked, Approved By U.S. Patent Office
2010 Honda Accord Crosstour Pricing Revealed
Unofficial Preview Rendering Of Volksagen's New Midsize Sedan
Downside of GPS Navigation Systems: Trucks Hitting Bridges
Ontario Goes Green With New Plates, HOV Perks
Five Camaro Concepts, Chrysler Scrapping Overseas Sales: Today’s Car News
MotorAuthority.com
Rendered: 2011 Mercedes-Benz CLS
Spy Shots: 2013 BMW 3-Series
Spy Shots: 2011 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible
Spy Shots: 2011 BMW 5-Series
2010 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Heritage Package Makes Debut
Rendered: 2011 Mercedes-Benz R-Class Facelift
GM To Keep Opel, Sale To Magna Off
Video: Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Crash Test
Ford Adds 411-hp V-8, FR Raptor XT Baja Racer to F-150 SVT Raptor Line
Kia Motors To Take On GRAND-AM KONI Sports Car Challenge With 2010 Forte Koup
USPTO Search Reveals New Chrysler Logo?
Gallery: 2010 Aston Martin Rapide In Glorious Detail

GreenCarReports.com
Is Toyota Planning To Build a Camry CNG Hybrid?

CelebsAndCars.com
Kellan Lutz Restores Our Faith With His Infiniti G35

From around the High Gear Media network
AllAboutPrius.com:
DailyTech Reviewer Spends Week With 2010 Toyota Prius, Loves It
AllCarsElectric.com:
Fisker Automotive Partners With Major European Auto Retail Group
Zero Launches Fleet Sales Program For Its Electric Motorcycle
Mavizen TT02 Electric Superbike Revealed at SEMA: 130 mph, $41,000.00
Ford Developing Smart Charging System with Help From DOE and Utility Companies
USPS To Electrify LLV Mail Delivery Vehicle
FamilyCarGuide.com:
General Motors Channels Its Inner Gollum: Hangs on To Opel
ToyotaMonitor.com:
Toyota Future Plans: Less Trucks, Fewer Bucks on Refreshes

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  1. It makes sense that Chrysler trying to revamp their image with a new logo. It's interesting, though the similarity to Aston Martin.
     
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