Car Tech Live 219: CNET picks over the 2011 Hyundai Elantra (podcast)

The trend is on to unplug red-light cameras...Cambridge Crude could be the electric oil of tomorrow...Tesla turns a corner...and we take you for a run in one of the new four-bangers that shame most hybrids.

The trend is on to unplug red-light cameras...Cambridge Crude could be the electric oil of tomorrow...Tesla turns a corner...and we take you for a run in one of the new four bangers that shame most hybrids.

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EPISODE 219

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CNET reviews the 2011 Hyundai Elantra

L.A. seriously considers dropping red-light cameras

Can "Cambridge Crude" make electric cars more practical?

What do you think of a mini-er Mini?

Tesla ends production of Roadster, gets ready to sell Model S

CNET's LOLCars gallery!

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