Chevrolet Volt

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.

  • 2009 BMW 7 Series

    Mobsters, execs, and other well-heeled large car aficionados take note: the all-new 2009 BMW 7 Series ($TBA) is coming. Outfitted with either a twin-turbo V8 or a super-mean 6.0-liter V-12, the big cruiser is packed to the gills with advanced tech like optional four-wheel steering, next-gen iDrive with a 10.2-inch display, active blind spot detection, night vision with pedestrian detection, and more. It's made for the guy who wants his car to be as smart as his gadgets.

  • 2009 Acura TSX

    With a great blend of sport, technology, and luxury, the all-new 2009 Acura TSX ($TBA) has its sights set on the C-classes and 3-series of the world. The slightly larger and longer sedan is powered by an all-aluminum in-line 4-cylinder engine pumping out 201 hp, paired with either a short-shift 6-speed manual or Sequential SportShift 5-speed automatic transmission. Quiet and stable, the TSX's interior comes standard with Bluetooth, a USB port music interface, a 7-speaker sound system, and can be outfitted with the Acura Navigation System with voice-recognition, a premium 10-speaker sound system from Elliot Scheiner, and real-time traffic updates. It's like a Civic for grown-ups.

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