Saturday, May 12, 2012

Where Do All the Experimental Cars Go?

Automobiles continue to be my passion for many decades. Since relocating to Washington County back in 2003, Mom and I were falling in love with a sports utility vehicle and discovered the joy of maneuvering on the American highway.

Now, the next generation of experiental motor-car technology will be here in Minnesota. The Chrysler Group is developing and engineering new motor vehicles with futuristic features and standard equipment that many drivers and passengers will love. FIAT, Chrysler Group's North
American partner headquartered in Italy, is collaborating with them on their new generation of cars, trucks and SUVs - experimental vehicles of the future - that run on any type of energy - gasoline, electricity, or solar power - depending on motorists' expectataions.

There is also speculation the other major automobile manufacturers will roll out their own ranges of vehicles that are futuristically egineered to meet drivers' needs.

General Motors, meanwhile, is launching several models of experimental motor cars under the Chevrolet, Buick and Cadillac plates; while Ford is unveiling several experimental car and truck moels, such as the Ford S-Mode Series range, which was introduced in the U.K. to the masses.

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