Toyota Supra Returning, Aptera Shuts Down, Kurt Busch: Car News Headlines

December 5, 2011

Today at High Gear Media, gas prices could hit $9 in Nome, Alaska this winter and a Chinese bank is looking at buying Saab. Cadillac confirms the debut of the ATS at the Detroit Auto Show, and a Honda executive has been arrested. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

Aptera announced it is shutting its doors for good.

Cadillac has confirmed it will reveal the ATS at the Detroit Auto Show.

Alabama has arrested a Honda executive under immigration law.

It is being reported that Kurt Busch is out of Penske Racing.

Volt owners are saying the car is safe.

Is Toyota working on reviving the Supra?

Design and tech are the theme of the Tokyo Motor Show.

Gas might hit $9 a gallon in Nome, Alaska this winter.

New technology alerts parents when kids wiggle out of their car seats.

A Chinese bank is looking to buy Saab.

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