What's up with the next Chevrolet Impala? Are Chrysler and Fiat building an electric car together? Why's the $70,000 Audi Allroad a better bet than the current Q5 crossover? And what's the latest on the 2012 Volkswagen New Beetle?
Today at High Gear Media, we've got answers for you. Consumers and car shoppers can get the latest word from our in-house experts at TheCarConnection on Chevrolet's next-generation Impala and on the upcoming Volkswagen New Beetle replacement coming in 2012. And if you've been affected by that big Toyota recall, LexusReports' Jamie Coleman advises you on how to use zip ties to fix your Toyota or Lexus floor-mat woes.
For car enthusiasts, it's a busy week already. Over at MotorAuthority, you can get details on Ford's plans for the 2011 Mustang and the 2009 L.A. Auto Show. They'll take you for a drive in the Audi A4 Allroad, and spread the word on that Subaru Hybrid Tourer Concept, Toyota FT-86, Honda CR-Z and more in the works for next week's 2009 Tokyo Motor Show. FordReports says SVT is back in the truck game with the 2010 Raptor. And over at MustangBlog, there's news from Barrett-Jackson with the sale of Mustang #005 for $352,000. B-J also took care of Bruce Willis' '67 Chevy Corvette Sting Ray, and you'll get more on that at CelebsAndCars.
Fans of green cars will get their alt-fuel fill-up at GreenCarReports, with a preview of the upcoming 2012 Volkswagen Touareg Hybrid. AllCarsElectric has the latest on a possible Peugeot-Mitsubishi alliance, while AllSmallCars brings you the list of finalists for the Green Car of the Year.
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