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Today at The Car Connection, Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have implied non-Tesla electric car batteries are unsafe, and Chrysler revised its future product plans. Lexus trademarked the RC 350 and RC F nameplates, and Ford continues to generate buzz. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

Mercedes-Benz, Ford, and Nissan agreed to a partnership to research on fuel-cell technology.

Alfa Romeo might have a new crossover in dealerships by 2015.

Lexus recalled 2006-2012 IS models due to faulty windshield wipers.

The new 2014 Volkswagen GTI is going to be built in Mexico.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have implied that non-Tesla electric car battery packs might be unsafe.

Ford Fusion Hybrid buyers are younger than Toyota hybrid buyers.

Lexus trademarked the RC 350 and RC F nameplates.

Chrysler revised its future product plans.

Ford continues to generate buzz while Toyota makes the largest gains.

We spied the 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C undergoing cold weather testing.

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  1. Mr. Read:
    You were obviously educated in the public schools and have no understanding of economics. Sir! The only reasom GM is still around, is they were bailed out by the communists in Washington and not allowed to go to Chapter 11 bankruptcy, as most corporations do in when they are in economic turmoil due due overpaid union labor. Ford had to compete with government motors, a state run company not unlike the old Soviet Union'
    Comrade! I will only buy Ford or foreign. Bob

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