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Top Gear's Electric Car Stunt, Ferrari Crash: Car News May 13, 2011

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Top Gear Stage Another Electric Car Stunt

Top Gear Stage Another Electric Car Stunt

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BBC's Top Gear is at it again with electric car stunts. After already having its fun with the Tesla Roadster, Top Gear was caught filming a dead Nissan Leaf. We can't wait to see the electrifying footage. [AllCarsElectric]

Furthering our notion that a campaign for saving the Ferraris is needed, another Ferrari 458 Italia has been crashed. At this point we've lost count of the Ferrari casualties. We take a moment to remember this prancing horse. [MotorAuthority]

Seriously, are cars to blame for fatties? #YouTellUs [SocialCarNews]

While the Treasury Department could get rid of GM stock as soon as May 22, a new report says it will likely hold onto the stock until August when the second-quarter reports are in. [TheCarConnection]

The Feds now want to mandate up to 63 mpg by 2025. But what does this all mean for you? We break it down. [GreenCarReports]

The Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was caught on video when a Lada failed to start numerous times. This isn't the first time we've seen Putin in an obscure Russian car, and it's probably not the last. [TheCarConnection]

Reports are coming in that the next-generation Mercedes-Benz S-Class will spawn multiple body styles. While a coupe is new to the S-Class name, it'll really just be replacing the CL-Class, but a convertible would be a completely new model. [MotorAuthority]

One of our fans needs a new people mover with three rows of seats, and good gas mileage. Of course being a fan, they asked for our advice. In the end we found quite a few choices that meet their requirements. [GreenCarReports]

New reports show that April saw record-high used-car prices. This of course isn't a great thing for automakers who want to be moving new metal. In the long run it also might not be such a great thing for car dealers. [TheCarConnection]

Last but not least, Saab. While Saab's future is certainly cloudy right now, that didn't stop us from driving the new 2011 9-4X Aero. [MotorAuthority]

 
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  1. Jeremy Clarkson doesn't like electric cars that could be powered by ambient energy from sunlight, wind and CENIMAT paper batteries that recharge themselves through exposure to air, because they are a threat to British Petroleum and the wealth of the United Kingdom.
     
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