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Headlights, grilles and other doodads are stepping up and popping out on cars: from daytime running lights that go up the hood of the new Cadillac ATS, to a wide, bold grille on the Ford Fusion, to engraving within the lamps of the new Corvette and Ford Transit. They are inexpensive but distinctive, providing automotive eye candy that can even boost gas mileage or improve safety.
Headlights, grilles and other doodads are stepping up and popping out on cars.
Those who remember the Dodge Dart from the 1970s recall a briefcase-sized family compact that wasn't cool but got you where you needed to go on a budget. During last week's Major League Baseball All-Star Game broadcast, TV viewers were treated to a rebranding of the nostalgic Dart, replete with a cameo from NFL superstar Tom Brady and background music from hip-hop king Jay-Z.
It's a make or break moment for electric car maker Tesla Motors.
As Detroit struggles to right its financial ship, one bright spot in the Motor City lies under the cavernous roof of the Cobo Center, where this year's North American International Auto Show is sparking much-welcome optimism.
For some, the name "Fiat" evokes memories of touring on thin European roadways and swirling through verdant Tuscan hillsides in search of the perfect Brunello.