While the automotive press and public has been enamored by electric vehicles and hybrids, ze boys of Bavaria have been quietly expanding their diesel offerings.
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Less than two weeks before media from around the globe descends on Gotham for the 2012 New York Auto Show, Mercedes is teasing two of its buzz-worthy models.
This year, plenty of automakers pulled their full weight into the Consumer Electronics Show.
Ford, Nissan, and Daimler--parent company of Mercedes-Benz--have announced they're teaming up to develop affordable fuel-cell cars.