Today in Car News: Audi TT RS, Honda CR-Z, and Saturn Redux

September 14, 2010

We've told you it's coming--now Audi confirms the TT RS is coming to America. [PRNewswire]

Toyota thinks the 2011 Honda CR-Z is on to something, and might want a sporty hybrid coupe of its own. [AutoblogGreen]

While it deals with recall aftermath, Toyota now says its "black boxes" may not indicate vehicle speed as accurately as it would like. [Autoblog]

GM will use part of its old Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, to build four-cylinder engines. Some things do come around again. [Detroit Free Press]

Nissan carries over its Altima sedan for 2011, and nicely carries over the pricetag as well. [KickingTires]

Nissan's also commemorating a quarter-century of family utes with the 2011 Pathfinder Silver Edition. Only, it's not made of silver. [CarAndDriver]

The Hyundai ix20 is coming to the 2010 Paris auto show, and if you want to see what it looks like one more time...we're here for you. [eGMCarTech]

Hyundai and Kia will partner to build electric vehicles--as many as 2500 EVs a year--by 2012. [Automotive News]

Geely may build as many as three new plants in China, all for future Volvo products. [Automotive News]

Last up today, a reminder why you're grinding away in your cube over lunch: a chance to drive something like the Ariel Atom. Buon appetit with those Lunchables. [Jalopnik]

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