2013 Detroit Auto Show, Electric-Car Sales, Paying For America's Roads: Car News Headlines

January 11, 2013

Today at The Car Connection, Honda announced the new 2014 Accord Hybrid will be built in the U.S. and we took a look at 2012 electric-car sales shortfalls. BMW is considering a new Z2 roadster and Opel's giving up on its restructuring plan. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

We gave you a full preview of what to expect at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show next week.

How will we pay for America's roads?

Opel's giving up on its restructuring plan.

Volkswagen revealed the 2014 Tiguan R-Line before its Detroit Auto Show debut.

The world's first one-piece carbon fiber wheels are now for sale, if you can afford them.

BMW might be working on a new Z2 sports car.

The new 2014 Honda Accord Hybrid will be built in America.

It could cost you a mere two cents to mile to drive a Chevrolet Volt.

How bad were electric-car sales shortfalls in 2012?

Saab is taking care of current customer's warranties with the new Saab Secure program.

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