MotorBlog Watch | July 23, 2013 : Mercedes, Subaru, BMW, GM, Ford, Jaguar

MotorBlog Watch

Subaru Plays it Safe with New 2015 Legacy
When looking over the most recent batch of spy-photos showcasing the next generation Subaru Legacy, my first response was to head-butt the keyboard – repeatedly.

BMW confirms pricing for new i3 city car, starts at $41,350 w/ $925 destination fee
BMW just released a press statement confirming the price of the all-new 2014 i3 city car, which will start at just $41,350 with a $925 handling fee, before any federal or state incentives are factored in. (EGMCARTECH)+++ 

This Souped-Up GM EV2 Can Go 400 miles on a Single Charge!
What would have happened if GM’s EV1 electric car wasn’t killed in 2003? Electric drag car racer, John Wayland, aka Plasma Boy, brings this question to light with the EV2, a second generation electric (INHABITAT)+++

Ford to slash price of Focus Electric by $4,000 for 2014 model
It looks like pretty much all electric vehicles have been getting price cuts lately, something that we should expect more of over time.

Jaguar will launch all-aluminum entry-level cars, reports say
Jaguar will launch new entry level models likely to be all-aluminum, including a compact sedan, a wagon and a crossover SUV, reports said. (AUTONEWS)+++

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