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Volkswagen CC

Volkswagen CC

Looking for the utility of a Passat with the looks and handling of a sport coupe? The new Volkswagen CC ($27,000 and up) was made just for you. This 4-door coupe sports some of the most aggressive styling yet seen in a VW, and backs it up with either a 2.0L turbo four-cylinder or 3.6L, 280hp VR6 engine, optional 4motion all-wheel drive, and high-end features like adaptive headlights that turn with the car, a panoramic sunroof, dual-zone climate control, an optional navigation system, and more. Think of it as a half-price Mercedes CLS.

  • Chevrolet Volt

    The future is almost here. Chevrolet today unveiled the production version of the Chevy Volt ($TBA; 2010). Powered by a 16-kWh, lithium-ion battery, the Detroit savior lets you go up to 40 miles without using a drop of gas. And when your battery's dead, a gasoline/E85-powered engine generator seamlessly picks up to keep you going. Back at home, the Volt can be plugged into a standard outlet for charging. The battery's more than 220 lithium-ion cells produce the equivalent of 150 horsepower, 273 lb-ft. of instant torque, and a top speed of 100 miles per hour. Inside, you'll find a 7-inch touch screen display with quick access to all major controls.

  • Chevrolet Cruze

    Taking design cues from the company's latest Malibu, the 2011 Chevrolet Cruze ($TBA) is the auto maker's latest attempt to reinvent its small car. The car, which will debut in Europe before making its way to the states, will feature one of three powerplants ranging from a 112-hp 1.6L four cylinder to a 150-hp turbodiesel, paired to either a five speed manual of a six-speed automatic. GM claims the car's interior will feature "grained surfaces, soft-touch materials and low gloss trim panels" to make it more like a Civic or Jetta and less like, well, a Chevy — which is good news if you ask us. While it'll be built in Ohio, the Cruze will first go on sale in Europe next March, followed by North America and other areas thereafter.