New Honda Accord, Texas' 85-MPH Speed Limit: Car News Headlines

September 10, 2012
Today at The Car Connection, we tell you that Texas is now the fastest state in the country, look at why average fuel economy rose in August and explain how a Google executive's purchase of a unique Ferrari will benefit Italian earthquake victims. As we head into a new week, here is the Monday edition of car news, oven-fresh from The Car Connection.

Texas becomes the fastest state, approving an 85-mph speed limit.

Average fuel economy rose in August, but is this just a coincidence?

Google exec buys Ferrari 599XX Evo to benefit victims of the Italian earthquakes.

Lexus will show a new concept vehicle at this month’s Paris Auto Show.

Aston Martin shows off its latest flagship, the 2014 Vanquish.

Can Ford’s C-Max hybrid hold its own against the Toyota Prius?

A 2012 Tesla Model S makes the trek from Los Angeles to Las Vegas on a single charge.

Honda appears to be updating its CR-Z sports hybrid.

Is Honda’s latest Accord as good behind the wheel as the model it replaces?

The oldest Ford Motor Company automobile heads to the auction block, again.

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