Many eyes--well, some anyhow--are looking forward to the impending happenings at next week's Chicago Auto Show in anticipation of what new vehicles will debut.
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When Chevrolet and Nissan started assembling electric cars late last year, the general consensus was that the auto industry had taken a turn in the right direction.
Toyota continues to tantalize the autosphere with images and video of the FT-86 II concept, the long-awaited successor to the Supra and Celica.
Better late(r) than never.