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Chrysler's Future, Toyota Profit, Leno Camaro: Today At High Gear Media

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Chrysler's 7-hour press conference yesterday to announce its five-year product plan yielded many interesting tidbits, and even a few surprises, all of which we've broken into brands and put in plain English in our coverage at the link below. But that's not all that's happened over the past 24 hours.

Suzuki also released pricing of the new Kizashi sedan, and starting at $18,000, it's sure to make the big-name players in the segment take a cautious look at their own offerings. Talk of raising the gas tax is back on the table, unfortunately, and all of us that put fuel in a car ought to be paying attention.

On the sportier side of things, MotorAuthority has a look at the upcoming Porsche Boxster Spyder. Sound redundant? Well, it is, a little, but it's also pretty cool: a hardcore, enthusiast version of the Boxster S, due to hit American streets next February after a debut at next month's Los Angeles Auto Show.

Finally, over at CelebsAndCars, we have a video of Jay Leno's custom-designed twin-turbo V-6 SEMA Camaro special, so hit that link to see the late night car guru in his native habitat.

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TheCarConnection.com
Toyota Posts First Profit In Months, Lifts Sales Projections
2010 Suzuki Kizashi Pricing Revealed
Raising The Gas Tax: Auto Execs Push An Unpopular Solution
Cell Phone Vehicle Control: Coming Soon To Sync And OnStar?
2011 Dodge Charger Previewed In Chrysler Five-Year Plan
Want To Remote-Control Your Minivan? Check the App Store
Chrysler, Fiat Outline Their Future
Canadian Supercar Bows In, 2013 BMW 3-Series: Today’s Car News

MotorAuthority.com
2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder Preview
Rendered: 2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate Facelift
Report: Next-Gen Mazda MX-5 Will Be Smaller And Lighter
2009 Los Angeles Auto Show Design Challenge Preview
Chrysler Offering 20 Channel Mobile TV With New Flo TV Option
Chrysler Brand Product Plan Wrap-Up
Volkswagen Jetta TDI Cup Street Hitting Dealerships Soon
New Chrysler Logo To Go Live At 2010 Detroit Auto Show
Preview: 2010 BMW M3 GTS - With Video
Rumors of Next-Gen Entry-Level BMW 1-Series M Car Revived
Breaking: Dodge Viper Done By July 2010, Coming Back In 2012 With Fiat Group DNA

CelebsAndCars.com
Video: Jay Leno's Custom-Built Chevy Camaro

From around the High Gear Media network
AllCarsElectric.com:
Electric Motorcycle To Be Featured On TLC's American Chopper
No EVs in Chrysler's New 5-Year Product Plan
EnerDel and U.S. Army Collaborate on New “Hybrid Humvee”
Ford Transit Connect EV to be Electrified By Azure Dynamics, Deal With Smith Electric Mutually Terminated
Nissan and Renault Equipped to Produce Up to 500,000 EV Batteries Annually
AllSmallCars.com:
Global Entry-Level Car Part Set to Boost Nissan’s Global Presence
ChevroletReports.com:
Is the Dashboard of the 2010 Chevy Equinox Ageist?

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