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Marc Carter is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of Diabetesss. When he's not writing news or reviews for Diabetesss, he also contributes to Inhabitat.com.

Toyota is Already Offering a Rebate on the All-New Tundra!

According to the Wall Street Journal Toyota is offering a $1500 rebate on the base Tundra. The rebate is going to last the entire month of March. This shows that most Tundra buyers are not interested in the base model, since the rebate is not offered on the higher end Tundras. I would think that they would need to...

GM Targets 2010 for Production of the Electric Chevy Volt

GM has set 2010 as their goal for the release of a production version of the Chevrolet Volt electric concept car. The concept car has a range of 640 miles on a single tank of gas. The main difference between this car and the Toyota Prius or Honda Civic hybrids is that the gas motor in the Volt does...

New Models Debut at the 2007 Geneva Auto Show

2008 BMW M3 Concept BMW has unveiled the new M3 Concept. The car features a 420+HP V8 derived from the V-10 in the M5, that will have either a six-speed manual or a new twin-clutch auto tranny. The concept also features a carbon fiber roof, wide wheel arches, hood bulge, 19 inch rims and different front and rear fascias....

All New 2008 Volvo XC70 Unveiled

Volvo has released the first official pics of the new 2008 Volvo XC70 a few days of its official release at the Geneva Auto Show. Based on the new 2008 V70, the XC70 is the offroad version. The car will be powered by the new 3.2L inline 6- cylinder (238 hp) or a 2.4L inline 5-cylinder diesel (185 hp). As...

2009 Volvo S40 Will Become a 3-Series Fighter?

German magazine AutoZeitung has published illustrations of what the next 2009 Volvo S40 could look like. There have been rumors that Volvo may kill the S60 model. If that happens the S40 could move slightly upmarket to fill the void left by the S60. This means the car could grow a few inches also. If this happens, the car...

Two New Hondas in the Works?

The Winding Road has posted two stories today regarding two future Hondas (possibly). Honda Civic Type R (2010): Apparently they received an unofficial confirmation that Honda is going to bring the Type R version of the Civic to the U.S. in 2010. Currently this car is already being sold in Japan. The car would could possibly also receive a...

The End of the Line for the Chevy Monte Carlo

The editors over at Autoblog have discovered that Chevy is quietly ending production of the Chevy Monte Carlo. May 4th is the last day that you can order the car and production will end on June 20th at the Oshawa plant in Canada. Apparently Chevy has high hopes for the new 2008 Chevy Malibu, which is going to take...

The New Uber Fast Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera!

Lamborghini is going to unveil the new Gallardo Superleggera at the Geneva Auto Show next month. The car gets an extra 10hp and weighs 154lbs less than the standard version. These changes allow the car to reach 0-60 in 3.8 seconds (0.2 seconds less than the standard version)! The engine is the latest version of the 4,961 cc V10 featuring...

Toyota Plans on Conquering the U.S. one State at a Time!

Toyota officially announced today their plans to build the new Toyota Highlander in northeast Mississippi. The plant will be located near Tupelo, will cost the company $1.8 billion, and employ 2,000 workers. The plant is supposed to be up by 2009 and produce as many as 150,000 gas powered 2010 Highlanders per year (hybrid models will continue to be produced...

New Honda Crossroad Headed to the U.S.?

The Temple of VTEC apparently received a tip that the recently released Honda Crossroad is going to come to the U.S. The new SUV would slot in between the new CR-V and Honda Pilot. Currently the car is offered with a 1.8L 4-cyl and a 2.0L 4-cyl. If this vehicle does come to the U.S. neither of those engines...

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