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GM Gives A Preview of the New Chevy Cruze

General Motors has been dropping details and images of the upcoming Cruze for a few months now and has finally provided us with some high-res close-ups of the new fou- door.  Overall I have to say I am impressed.

Man Makes Paris In 15 Years Using Junk

There isn't much too say about this next green innovator, Designer Gerard Brion, except that he is passionate about his artwork. He is very passionate. In fact, with regular household items, some glue and paint Gerard Brion has spent 15 years of his life creating a detailed replica of Paris.

Floating Car Parks Planned For Moscow

The Russian capital is besieged with cars and not enough places to park them. Moscow’s river will soon become the site of floating car parks and people and vehicles that may or may not be able to swim. Read on, but bring your life preserver.

A 4-Door Keonigsegg for 2010

Koenigsegg has been making high end supercars for long enough to know what their customers want. Usually, that means some of the most beautifully designed high-horsepower vehicles. However, Keonigsegg also wanted to make a more "practical" supercar, you know...for the whole family.

Even More Power for the 2012 Veyron

When it comes to extreme driving, it is hard to top the driver's seat of the Bugatti Veyron. But just in case you are one of the rare few who do want even more power, Bugatti may be developing an even more powerful version of the Veyron to keep you occupied.

Next Mazda Rotary to be Hydrogen Powered

Mazda has played a huge role in making the Rotary engine as popular as it is today. Beginning with the RX-7 and evolving into the RX-8, it has made quite an impression on most of the people who experience its potential. Now, Mazda is moving the rotary into the alternative fuels category, which should only increase the already growing fan base.

Hiroshima's Hippo Car, Dispensing Sweets and Dispersing Sadness

Growing up amid the radioactive ashes of war, children in 1940s Hiroshima had little to smile about... until the Kabaya "Hippo Car" cruised through their shattered neighborhoods. Sixty-plus years on, an updated custom sound truck still roams city streets, dispensing sweet caramels to a new generation.

Russia’s Drunk-Driving Law Amended To Allow One For The Road

Frank Sinatra once sang about “one for his baby and one more for the road.” He would have found solace in Russia, where now one drink before taking the wheel is permitted. Read on, but watch out for that wavy line.

No Volkswagen R32 for 2009

The R32 version of the Volkswagen Golf has gained many loyal fans over the years. A peppy V-6 putting power to all 4 wheels and a sporty suspension offer an amazing driving experience to anyone who steps inside. However, for 2009, VW was forced to end the R32 legacy. Don't panic though, they are already working on a replacement and it looks like it just may fit the bill.

2010 El Camino is a No Go

After looking over all of the entries for the "Tame the Name" contest, Pontiac has finally decided on a name for their new Sports Truck. "Tame the Name" brought in over 18,000 entries from all over the globe but in the end they decided to keep it as simple as possible.