Saab Saved, BMW Recall, Range Rover Plug-In Diesel Hybrid: Car News Headlines

October 31, 2011

Today at High Gear Media, the Chinese finally saved Saab while Sebastian Vettel wins the Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix. We drive the 2012 Toyota Camry and spot a Range Rover Plug-In Diesel Hybrid prototype. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

Saab has been saved (again), but it has a long road ahead of it.

We drive the 2012 Mazda5 and find it to be as thrifty and fun as three rows can be.

Over the weekend we spotted a Range Rover Plug-In Diesel Hybrid prototype in the U.K.

Tested: Gran Turismo 5 download pack.

We review the 2012 Toyota Camry and find it to be the most fuel-efficient way to transport the family in a traditional four-door sedan.

OnStar says it'll protect you from a zombie apocalypse, should such a thing happen.

Introducing the Nissan Leaf Batt-Mobile.

BMW is recalling approximately 32,000 208-2011 vehicles due to a potential fire hazard.

Sebastian Vettel wins the first ever Formula 1 Indian Grand Prix.

The Nissan Leaf is going to be tested as a plug-in taxi cab on the streets of NYC.

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