Most Stolen Cars, VW Downsizes, Twin-Engine Aussie Supercar: Today’s Car News

July 11, 2013

We have found out which are the most stolen vehicles in America and learned that Volkswagen is phasing out its current five-cylinder engines in favor of smaller turbocharged fours. We also found out that an Australian businessman is working on a supercar powered by two of the V-8 engines found in the Chevrolet Corvette Z06. All this and more in today's car news, right here on The Car Connection.

The Highway Loss Data Institute has just released its lists of the country’s most-stolen vehicles.

Volkswagen will no longer offer its five-cylinder engine from 2014 onwards.

A new supercar powered by two V-8 engines is brewing in Australia.

Chrysler has issued a recall on 442,481 vehicles.

Child safety locks may be faulty on these three cars.

Ford has dropped the price on its 2014 Focus Electric.

Motor Authority has posted spy shots of the 2014 Land Rover LR4.

Electric car owners can still tow, thanks to the Tesla Model S.

BMW has rolled out a new concept car previewing its upcoming 1-Series Gran Turismo.

Holland is backing electric cars in a big way.


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