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The Top Five Cities for Electric Vehicles
5. Atlanta, Georgia: Accounting for 4.4% of the EV market, Atlanta is the fifth most popular home for electric cars. This one may be a bit unexpected, but Georgia gives carpool lane access to electric vehicles.

4. New York, New York: At 5.6%, the City that Never Sleeps comes in at number four. EV drivers in New York get access to the stretch of the Long Island Expressway that leads to the city.

3. Seattle, Washington: With a solid 8% of EV sales, Seattle comes in at number three.

2. Los Angeles, California: Not surprisingly, California rounds out the top two, first with Los Angeles at 15.4% of electric vehicles…

1. San Francisco, California: …then with its northern neighbor San Francisco taking top honors at 19.5%.

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Henry Ford's City in the Amazon
At the beginning of the 20th century, Ford was doing incredible business and eating up nearly three quarters of the world’s rubber supply doing it. At the time, plant-based rubber was being manufactured in Southeast Asia then shipped over to Detroit. Henry Ford decided to take control of his rubber supply himself, so in 1927, he established his own rubber plantation on the Amazon in northern Brazil.

Ford outfitted Fordlândia with all the luxuries of American suburbia in the middle of the rainforest, including electricity, running water, swimming pools, American food and square dancing at the community center. Unfortunately, Ford soon discovered the rubber plants didn’t take to Brazil’s rainforest and, in the midst of slow production, native workers began to rebel over Ford’s strict, oddly Puritanical moral code for the city (women and alcohol weren’t allowed).

Workers began to riot and the plantations never performed as Ford anticipated, and by 1940, synthetic rubber had been invented, rendering the city pointless anyway. Ford sold the land back to Brazil at a $20 million loss (about $200 million today), leaving behind only a collection of abandoned buildings and scrap cars.

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How do you think the automobile will change?
Perhaps the detachable fuel cap will likely soon be a thing of the past now that alternatives like Ford’s Easy Fuel system exist and allow you to refill your tank without having to worry about losing your gas cap. The physical ignition key may similarly eventually disappear. Many new cars are started with buttons, some of which are even use biometric recognition to make sure it’s actually you trying to start your car.

The manual gearbox is gradually being phased out as dual-clutch automatics are becoming cheaper and more efficient. The camshaft has also been marked for extinction. Swedish designer Christian von Koenigsegg thinks they’ll be gone within a decade.

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The Associated Press reports Toyota is currently the top-selling automaker, just barely keeping General Motors out of the top spot. Interestingly, GM actually grew in sales this year while Toyota has gone down. If these trends continue, GM could eventually take back its title as largest automaker in the world.
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Whoa. Check out this new Porsche 918 Spyder being road tested in San Diego. Why don't all cars come in matte?
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Modern Car Chase Classics

Ronin: Robert DeNiro chases his target through the narrow, winding streets, dark tunnels and high speed expressways of Paris in this 1998 car chase classic.

Death Proof: Quentin Tarantino’s 2007 ode to the road films of the ’60s and ’70s is undoubtedly his weakest effort, but for 12 glorious minutes during the climactic car chase the whole movie builds to, it’s the most harrowing and effective thing he’s ever filmed.

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Have any idea what the top 10 most popular used cars are on the market? Well, with one exception, they aren't cars at all. In fact, according to Auotrader, the top nine are all pickups--either the Ford F-150 or the Chevy Silverado. The lone car, at number 10, is the 2010 Chevy Camaro.

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Your Favorite Film Car Chase
What are your favorite car chase sequences in film? How about Bullitt, with Steven McQueen racing his '68 Mustang Flashback through the steep hills and winding side streets of San Francisco? Or Gene Hackman racing a hijacked D train through Brooklyn in The French Connection?
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If you have a favorite car, we want yo hear about it! Tell about a favorite car from your past, or one you hope to own in the future!
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The Decline of the Automobile
Are cars becoming a less common mode of transport in the United States? The answer is an unequivocal yes, but there are some caveats. Consider: adjusted for population growth, the number of miles driven in the U.S. has been dropping steadily since 2005. The rates of car ownership per household are declining as well, as is the percent of young people with drivers’ licenses. Meanwhile, commuting by bike and public transport are increasing while car share programs like Zipcar are flourishing. (Zipcar, in particular, is closing in on a million members with a fleet of 10,000 cars.)

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