Michelle Obama at a soundcheck before the 2012 Democratic National ConventionEnlarge Photo
Today at The Car Connection, we bring you the Democratic Party spin on the state of the U.S. auto industry, tell you about a new Chrysler 300 model, show you spy video of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class and show you how Mazda is working with teen drivers to combat distracted driving. Here’s Tuesday’s edition of today’s car news, as only The Car Connection can deliver it:
In time for its convention, the Democratic Party says “we built that” about the U.S. auto industry
Chrysler announces some upscale changes to its 300 sedan
, including a new, all-weather Glacier edition.
A round-the-world drive in a Tesla Roadster
ends with a crash, just 600 miles short of the finish line.
New Saab owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden gets to keep the Saab name
, but not its griffin logo.
Mercedes-Benz’s latest C-Class sedan is caught in on-track testing
Nissan’s latest Sentra will deliver 34 mpg in combined fuel economy
Our spy photographers capture the new Kia Soul
Jaguar debuts its latest intelligent all-wheel-drive system
Mazda shows how its taking steps to combat distracted driving