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With GM Cutting, When Will Toyota Take Over as Number One? Find Out More This Week on TheCarConnection. Also, Sneak Peek at LA Auto Show Concept Vehicles, Spy Shots of the 2009 Dodge Challenger, Test Drive the Audi S4, Volvo V70R, Hyundai Accent - and Mor

With GM Cutting, When Will Toyota Take Over as Number One? Find Out More This Week on TheCarConnection. Also, Sneak Peek at LA A

DETROIT, Nov. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- With General Motors closing five assembly plants and slashing 30,000 jobs, can it remain the world's largest automaker? Not if Toyota has any say in the matter. The Japanese automaker is building new plants, adding more products, and is poised to surge past troubled GM. Find out more in this week's issue of, .

While GM is cutting back, and Ford is set to announce its own cuts in January, it's a very different story across town, where the smallest member of the Big Three is getting a bit bigger. Find out why Chrysler is adding capacity in this week's issue.

Then get a sneak peek at the 2009 Dodge Challenger, the retro revival of a once-hot muscle car.

You'll also get an exclusive first look at a handful of concept vehicles not set for formal debut until next January's Los Angeles Auto Show.

This week's reviews include the sporty Audi S4, Volvo's hot V70R, and the new Hyundai Accent.

Lawnmower chicken, Bulgarian mysteries, and punchy car salesmen. Find out what they all have in common in News of the Weird - Auto Edition.

In other business news, hear why the war of words is escalating over at Delphi; and why the UAW is openly discussing new health care concessions with GM and Ford.

Check out's new blog, TCConfidential, to see why Saab keeps searching for its identity, what Michael Moore was doing back home in Michigan, and to catch up on the latest in the sex scandals rocking Volkswagen.

In this week's TCC Tip, improve your car's Winter performance with a handful of simple steps.

And turn to TheCarConnection's OnSite Mechanic for all your maintenance questions.

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