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Tesla Model X, Toyota FT-Bh Concept, Outlander Plug-In: Car News Headlines

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2012 Toyota FT-Bh Concept teaser

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Today's car news is filled with hybrid and electric goodness, starting with last night's preview unveiling of the 2014 Tesla Model X. The all-electric, high-performance, luxury crossover features many interesting design concepts, but the most prominent one is its "falcon wing" doors.

Toyota is preparing the FT-Bh minicar concept for the Geneva Motor Show, combining hybrid efficiency into an urban runabout package.

Mitsubishi is prepping a plug-in hybrid version of the 2013 Outlander to complement the standard gasoline and diesel versions to be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Despite its frumpy looks, the plug-in hybrid Outlander might prove to be a very useful vehicle.

Catch all of this and more in the day's car news headlines below.

2014 Tesla Model X All-Electric Gullwing SUV: New Info, Photos

2013 Mitsubishi Outlander Set For Geneva, Plug-In Hybrid Due

Toyota Teases FT-Bh Minicar Concept Ahead Of Geneva Show

Hyundai, Ford, Honda Create The Most "Consumer Delight"

2012 Nissan Versa Recalled For Transmission Problem

Cadillac XTS Getting 'Sensor Fusion' Driver Assistance Package: Video

Morgan Planning Plus E Electric Roadster With Manual Gearbox For Geneva

2012 Lincoln Navigator Recalled For Faulty Head Restraints

Audi TT RS Plus Headed For 2012 Geneva Motor Show

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