Ford C-Max, Chevy Corvette ZR1, DUI Apps: Today's Car News

June 9, 2011

Ford says its plans to import a seven-seat C-Max minivan have changed--now it's going to let Mazda have an exclusive. [TheCarConnection]

It's official: SUVs are safer than cars. Well, mostly. [TheCarConnection]

Remember when 15-inch wheels and tires were big? We could be headed that way again--this time, in the name of saving fuel. [TheCarConnection]

You're ready for it, we're ready for it, so here it is--the 2013 edition of the Ford Shelby GT500. [MotorAuthority]

How fast does a Corvette ZR1 lap the Nurburgring? We'll save some suspense for you and for this new video. [MotorAuthority]

Now that the dust has settled a bit, tell us: how's the Volt versus Leaf spat playing out on the streets and in ads? [GreenCarReports]

What's really under the hood of the electric Black Current III dragster? [AllCarsElectric]

Remember these five things when you go shopping for family car insurance. [FamilyCarGuide]

Have you heard the one about the 200-mph, 600-bhp Bonneville...Skoda? [AllCarTech]

Apple's banning apps that warn drivers of DUI checkpoints. [AllCarTech]

Last up today, a call for your take on Chrysler's decision to create an SRT brand. Is it worth it? #YouTellUs. [SocialCarNews]

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