John O'Dell

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Senior editor at Edmunds.com and editor of Edmunds Green Car Advisor; former automotive reporter for the Business Desk at the Los Angeles Times

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Governor Schwarzenegger is among those congratulating  Tesla Motors  for its decision to make electric cars in California.  Tesla has  made a deal with Toyota  to use a recently closed…

Tesla Runs Off with Toyota, Leaving Downey at the Altar

Governor Schwarzenegger is among those congratulating Tesla Motors for its decision to make electric cars in California.  Tesla has made a deal with Toyota to use a recently closed…

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LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

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LA's first auto show consisted of 99 cars inside a skating rink--100 years ago.

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