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GM, Tesla, Aston Martin announce recalls for potential fire hazards

GM, Tesla, Aston Martin announce recalls for potential fire hazards 3Automotive recalls are nothing new, but three in one week all for potential fire hazards is unique. Cadillac, Tesla and Aston Martin have all announced recalls for problems ranging from electrical cable issues to faulty power steering lines to cracked suspension arms.

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Toyota's big, new plans: Six hybrids, two electric cars will debut in 2012

Toyota's big, new plans: Six hybrids, two electric cars will debut in 2012 4Toyota plans to debut six hybrids and two electric vehicles in the United States market by the end of 2012, according to the Japanese carmaker’s executive vice president.

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Tesla Roadster price slashed to $1,658 (per monthly lease payment)

Tesla Roadster price slashed to $1,658 (per monthly lease payment) 5The Tesla Roadster, the fastest, most expensive and most discussed electric sports car just got a little less expensive — sort of. The super-quick plug-in is now available via a three-year lease.

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Tesla Roadstar Sport tests the Rocky Mountains (Video)

Tesla Roadstar Sport tests the Rocky Mountains (Video) 6It’s not often, if ever, the manufacturer of the Tesla Roadster Sport, the expensive electric sports car, suggests a test drive in the snow and crossing the Continental Divide in the high altitude of the Rocky Mountains.

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Tesla Motors moves quickly again, announces $100 million IPO

Tesla Motors moves quickly again, announces $100 million IPO 7Tesla Motors, Inc., the California-based electric car manufacturer, has announced plans to go public with an estimated $100,000 million stock offering. The move, according to the filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, does not include a date when the company named after scientist Nikola Tesla will start selling stock or at what price per share.

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Tesla debuts prototype of Model S, its new, all-electric sedan

Tesla debuts prototype of Model S, its new, all-electric sedan 8Tesla Motors has introduced the prototype of its second all-electric sedan, the Model S, a zero-emission car that will cost about half of the fledgling company’s current exclusive, high-speed sedan.

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