Frankfurt Highlights, World’s Smallest Car, Child Car Seat Tips: What’s New

September 16, 2013
Today at The Car Connection, we took a look at some of the highlights of last week’s Frankfurt Auto Show, heard that the world’s smallest car is made here in the U.S., and learned how to find the best car seat for bigger children. That’s just some of what’s new, right here on The Car Connection.

Here are Motor Authority’s picks for the recent Frankfurt Auto Show.

Can you believe that the world’s smallest car is just 22 inches long.

A debate on whether Google should buy Tesla is taking place over at Green Car Reports.

If your child is aged between four and eight, here are some tips on finding the right booster seat for them.

Here’s a spy video of the 2014 BMW M3.

Chevrolet’s next-generation Volt may adopt a tiny 1.0-liter engine as its range extender.

Market research continues to show that Lincoln is lagging Cadillac when it comes to brand recognition.

Sales of Ford’s F-150 SVT Raptor are booming, with five of the performance pickups being churned out per hour just to keep up with demand.

Government oil subsidies may be coming to an end but prices at the pump aren’t expected to increase much.


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