Today in Car News: 2012 Focus, Porsche and Chevy Spark

September 16, 2010

Saab's president says never again will there be a screaming deal like his company was for Spyker. Eye of the beholder much? [BostonOverdrive]

Porsche is coming back to Detroit--the automaker will display its wares once again at the 2011 auto show in Cobo Hall. Ausgezeichnet, you betcha. [Detroit Free Press]

Those nifty new airbags on the 2012 Ford Focus are designed to keep your ribs St. Louis style (dry, whole) versus Alabama style (think crimson) in an accident. [Detroit News]

You know the 2010 models are all on sale--we've told you before, but here's the official word from our pricing partners at TrueCar. [PRNewswire]

Should you give the gas station attendant your license while you're filling up? In this case, no, no, and no. [Consumerist]

Spy shots show the next Subaru Impreza will get a little less rounded, once it's finished with its European holiday. [LLN]

GM could take years to pay back its Federal loans, GM chairman Akerson now says. Weren't we told the opposite just a few weeks ago? [Jalopnik]

The subcompact Chevrolet Spark is still in the U.S. product plan, but we're almost certain it won't make the 2011 model year as this mule suggests. [Detroit News]

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