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Audi A5, 2010: The Weekly Driver Car Review

Audi A5, 2010: The Weekly Driver Car Review 10As a complement to the Audi A4, the German carmaker’s best-selling model, the A5 was introduced in 2007 as the “middle-ground” between the compact A4 and midsize A6.But the A5 is no longer a go-between. It now has a unique identity in the Audi lineup, albeit with a cumbersome proper name.

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Ferrari set to unveil new F1 car, team live via team's webcast

Ferrari set to unveil new F1 car, team live via team's webcast 11Ferrari will announce its 2010 Formula 1 car live January 28 on the team’s web site. The new vehicle will be launched at the team’s Maranello, Italy,  headquarters, and it will be a first for Fernando Alonso.

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Porsche to Audi, Lexus to BMW: Best (used) luxury cars under $30,000

Porsche to Audi, Lexus to BMW: Best (used) luxury cars under $30,000 12Not too many years ago, $30,000 was the launching price point for purchasing a new luxury car. Now, that’s about the average price of new car in the United States. But plenty of options abound for those who want a luxury vehicle in the $30,000 price range. But it’s going to be a used car.

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Hyundai unveils concept vehicle Nuvis at New York International Auto Show

Hyundai unveils concept vehicle Nuvis at New York International Auto Show 13Hyundai’s future will be on display when the Nuvis concept makes its world debut at the 2009 New York International Auto Show. The Nuvis is the 11th concept designed at Hyundai’s California Design Center in Irvine, Calif. Consistent with Hyundai’s pledge to U.S. fuel economy by 2015, Nuvis is powered by Hyundai’s Hybrid Blue Drive architecture, which uses breakthrough lithium polymer battery technology.

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Saturn Sky (Convertible), 2008: Weidel on Wheels

Saturn Sky (Convertible), 2008: Weidel on Wheels 14By Jeff Weidel

Needing a little “bling” in its lineup, Saturn finally convinced parent company General Motors a sports car could elicit positive results. Although the Sky convertible wasn’t exactly unique when it came out a year ago, it provided Saturn with definite eye appeal.

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