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Tesla Stock, Congested Cities, Fisker Lawsuit : Car News Headlines


Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] stock price for 5 days ending Feb 21, 2013 [Yahoo Finance]

Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] stock price for 5 days ending Feb 21, 2013 [Yahoo Finance]

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Today at The Car Connection, we tell you about the drop in Tesla’s stock price that followed the release of its 2012 financial report, then name the ten U.S. cities with the worst traffic congestion (surprise: Los Angeles doesn’t top the list). We also give you the low-down on Fisker dropping its lawsuit against insurer XL Insurance America over the 338 Karma sedans that were lost to Superstorm Sandy. There’s more car news where that came from, too, right here on The Car Connection.

Tesla stock drops following the release of its 2012 financials.

We name the ten worst U.S. cities for traffic congestion.

Fisker drops its Superstorm Sandy-related lawsuit against its insurer.

Ford is looking for social media VIPs to hype its 2014 Fiesta.

Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche will stay at the helm for at least three more years.

The U.S. Postal Service is offering Muscle Cars Forever.

Ford doesn’t expect its Focus Electric to sell well.

We show you a picture of the Saab 9-3 that could have been, but never was.

The 2014 Corvette Stingray promises better performance through technology.

We bring you spy shots of the 2015 BMW 2-Series convertible.
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