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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For the first time in about 100 years, hybrid and electric-powered vehicles appear to be gaining traction in the new car market.
Before the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S—the lovechild of the Toyota and Subaru alliance—are made available to the public, an even smaller hybrid version is already being fleshed out.
The next Toyota Prius is expected to use the new TNGA platform and achieve significant weight and fuel-efficiency improvements.