The leaves are falling, the kids are back to school, and the automotive journalists are sitting at home in their underwear, scraping together the last bits of press releases and pounding away at their laptops before the flurry of activity that you call "winter" and we call "auto show season." How el
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April 2011's earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan rocked its industry, devastated the mainland, and disrupted production all over the world until late fall.
For the first time in about 100 years, hybrid and electric-powered vehicles appear to be gaining traction in the new car market.
Coda Automotive, which is currently in its infant stages as an automaker, told the Detroit News yesterday that it's working on an "entry-level" electric vehicle for the United States.