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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.

The 2009 Cadillac CTS-v is Going to Get the 600 Horsepower V8 from the "Blue Devil" Corvette

According to the latest issue of Motor Trend, the next generation 2009 Cadillac CTS-v will get the same engine in the upcoming Z07 Chevrolet Corvette (also known as the Blue Devil). The ZO7 is expected to put out about 700 horsepower and the Cadillac will get a detuned version of the same engine with about 600 horsepower. Those horsepower...

What Were the Top 20 Best-Selling Vehicles in the US in May?…The Ford F-Series Lost the Crown!

The Detroit Free Press has posted the list of the top-20 best selling vehicles in the US last month. The list looks pretty similar to last month, with only a few vehicles moving up or down the list. The overall trend seems to be that consumers are moving further away from trucks and SUVs. The big change last month is...

2009 Audi R8 TDI? Yes, That's Right a Diesel R8 May be in the Works

According to Car and Driver, there are sources that are claiming that Audi is working on a diesel version of its new supercar. Obviously the diesel version of the car isn't going to be built for increased fuel-efficiency, but instead for the perfromance. Diesel engines are known for their increased torque over there regular gas counterparts. A diesel R8 would...

The Ford Edge is Selling so Well that Ford is Raising its Sales Forecast for the Year

The new Ford Edge is one of Ford's most popular new vehicles. The new crossover is now the third best selling mid-size crossover behind the Nissan Murano and the Toyota Highlander. Because of this Ford has increased its sales forecast for the Edge from 100,000 to 120,000. Last month, the Edge set a record with 12,701 vehicles sold, which is...

More Spy Shots of the 2008 Honda Accord V6 Sedan and the End of the Accord Hybrid

Every week there are more spy photos of the new 2008 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe. (Edmunds) This time the V6 Accord Sedan has been caught during testing. The difference between this sedan and the earlier ones is the dual tailpipes. A glimpse of the interior has also shown up. These pictures still show a very conservative new Accord sedan....

Would You Buy a Solar Powered Toyota Prius? If You Do, You Could Travel 20 Miles Solely on the Battery!

Well apparently you can buy a new solar panel kit for your Prius that will save you even more gas! Solar Electrical Vehicles (SEV) has created a solar panel kit for the current Prius that will allow the car to travel up to 20 miles on the battery alone. The kit consists of a convex solar-panel made from high efficiency...

The Smart ForTwo is Going to Have Start-Stop Technology That Will Hopefully Save Even More Gas!

BMW announced last week that the MINI range is going to have start-stop technology standard on all of its models. Now comes word that the Smart ForTwo will also have similar technology when it debuts later this year. The technology stops the motor when the car is at a stand still and restarts the motor when the accelerator is pushed...

Ford Admits That Their Designs are Boring and That They Don't Have Enough Fuel-Efficient Models

Ford has been pretty slow to respond to the growing need of more fuel-efficient models and with the styling advancement of their sedan range, which has disappointed Ford's senior management. One example is the Ford Five-Hundred aka. Ford Taurus. The styling of that sedan is not only boring, but it also looks like it could have been designed in...

The World's First Air-Powered Car Will be Available by Next Summer!

India's largest automaker, MDI is going to start producing the world's first commercial air-powered car by next summer. The car uses compressed air to power its engine and produces zero emissions. 6000 of these Air Cars will be on the streets of India by August 2008. The CityCAT, which is one of the planned Air Car models will start at...

Toyota is the Most Productive Automaker but US Automakers Are Catching Up

A new study by Harbour Consulting has announced that Toyota is the most productive automaker, since it only takes Toyota 29.93 hours to make a car. Nissan came in second with 29.97 hours and Honda came in third at 31.63 hours. The study compared six automakers that have plants in North America. The domestic automakers are catching up to the Japanese...

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