2012's Most Recalled, Stoned Drivers, Tesla Profitability: Car News Headlines

February 21, 2013
Today at The Car Connection, we tell you which six vehicles had the highest number of recalls in 2012 and bring you a report from CNN that shows stoned drivers may not be that bad after all. We also bring you the details from Tesla’s latest financial report, which predicts the battery-electric automaker will be profitable in the first quarter of 2013. All this and more can be found in todays’s car news, right here on The Car Connection.

We tell you the six vehicles most affected by recalls in 2012.

CNN finds that stoned drivers aren't that bad.

Tesla Motors says it will be profitable in the first quarter of 2013.

Traffic fatalities are on the rise for the first time since 2005.

Volkswagen’s 261 mpg XL1 heads to Geneva and production.

EPA predicts 75-mile range for 2013 Leaf.

Volkswagen shows its new diesel hot hatch, the 2014 Golf GTD.

Michigan may be the next state to legalize autonomous cars.

Rolls Royce recalls 2013 Phantom models.

Audi shows off its production A3 e-tron plug-in hybrid in Geneva.

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