Land Rover to complain against Chinese copy of Evoque SUV

Land Rover is planning file a complaint with Chinese authorities over a local SUV it claims is too similar to its Evoque SUV, a report by Autocar says. The alleged copy – the Landwind X7... Read more about Land Rover to complain against Chinese copy of Evoque SUV


Audi is trying out car-sharing programs in Stockholm and Berlin in a premium manner

Audi is experimenting on a two car-sharing programs in Stockholm and Berlin, as the luxury carmaker joins other carmakers in realizing their roles as providers of mobility, albeit in a... Read more about Audi is trying out car-sharing programs in Stockholm and Berlin in a premium manner


Mercedes-AMG aims to double its sales in the next three years

Mercedes-AMG is planning to double its sales in the next three years and in order to do this, the company wants to expand its lineup with less expensive products wearing the AMG Sport badge... Read more about Mercedes-AMG aims to double its sales in the next three years


First McLaren P1 hypercar crashed in Dallas, Texas

If you love cars just like we do, you better not read this article or see the pictures in the photo gallery as you ill get a pain in the hearth. A McLaren P1 hypercar has just been crashed... Read more about First McLaren P1 hypercar crashed in Dallas, Texas


Labor unrest grows at Opel over output plans for Corsa and Karl

Opel, a European unit of American carmaker General Motors, is facing a labor conflict in Germany over production plans for the Corsa subcompact and the Karl minicar, according to a report... Read more about Labor unrest grows at Opel over output plans for Corsa and Karl


Lexus hikes 2015 US sales forecast to 300,000 units

Lexus is now expecting to sell around 300,000 vehicles in the United States, 10,000 more than it had forecasted early this year, Lexus General Manager Jeff Bracken told Automotive News.... Read more about Lexus hikes 2015 US sales forecast to 300,000 units


General Motors is scouring social media to find potential defects

General Motors taking its efforts to search for customer complaints and identify quality issues to the social media, aiming to address them before they could blow up into a crisis. GM wants... Read more about General Motors is scouring social media to find potential defects


Three-row version of Ford Edge bound for China in 2015

Ford Motor Co. will produce a three-row version of the Ford Edge for China as the carmaker tries to take advantage of the growing SUV market in the country. This was disclosed by Jim... Read more about Three-row version of Ford Edge bound for China in 2015


Honda and Takata execs to testify in Capitol Hill once more

Executives from Honda Motor Co. and Takata Corp. are bound to attend a Senate hearing set by the subcommittee of the House Energy and Commerce Committee at Capitol Hill on December 3. The... Read more about Honda and Takata execs to testify in Capitol Hill once more


Toyota says exhaust water from Mirai FCV is safer than milk, but don’t drink it!

Exhaust water from the new Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell car is safer than milk, so says the Japanese carmaker. Unlike other vehicles that emit harmful carbon dioxide, the Mirai only... Read more about Toyota says exhaust water from Mirai FCV is safer than milk, but don’t drink it!


GM launches new welding system for building aluminum vehicles

General Motors is rolling out a new welding system that allows it to build aluminum into its vehicles to make them lighter – without spending hundreds of millions of dollars and suspending... Read more about GM launches new welding system for building aluminum vehicles


American Honda admits failure to report 1,729 claims to NHTSA

American Honda admitted that it failed to report to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration 1,729 incidents of deaths or injuries tied to potential safety defects in its vehicles... Read more about American Honda admits failure to report 1,729 claims to NHTSA


2015 Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Edition launched in Japan

Especially for the Japanese market, Nissan announced the GT-R 45th Anniversary Edition, an exclusive version that will go on sale in early February 2015. What’s more interesting is that the... Read more about 2015 Nissan GT-R 45th Anniversary Edition launched in Japan


Chrysler will idle Grand Cherokee, Durango production to upgrade its paint shop

Chrysler Group is suspending production of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango at its Jefferson North Assembly plant for three weeks starting December 22 to upgrade its paint shop.... Read more about Chrysler will idle Grand Cherokee, Durango production to upgrade its paint shop


BMW will increase i8 production to reduce waiting time of up to 18 months

The BMW i8 is probably the most futuristic plug-in hybrid sports car available on the market and it appears that many people sees it this way as the German coupe sees high demand. In order... Read more about BMW will increase i8 production to reduce waiting time of up to 18 months


MINI boss confirms Coupe and Roadster models will go out of production next year

It’s not a secret that the MINI Coupe and Roadster models were not quite popular, so it shouldn’t be a surprise for you folks if we will tell you that the vehicles will go out of production... Read more about MINI boss confirms Coupe and Roadster models will go out of production next year


2015 Citroen C3-XR launched in China, priced from 110,000 yuan

PSA/Peugeot-Citroen launched the Citroen C3-XR in China and the manufacturer announced that its crossover is priced from 110,000 yuan or $18,000. The C3-XR is company’s fourth SUV built in... Read more about 2015 Citroen C3-XR launched in China, priced from 110,000 yuan


Output hike at Takata not enough to cover demand for replacement parts

Even if Takata Corp. increases the speed of production of replacement parts for faulty airbags in millions of recalled vehicles from 300,000 a month to 450,000 monthly, it would not be fast... Read more about Output hike at Takata not enough to cover demand for replacement parts


SsangYong confirms Tivoli B-segment crossover for next year

SsangYong has just revealed that its upcoming B-segment crossover will be called Tivoli. According to the company, the new SsangYong Tivoli will be launched in Korea in January 2015 and has... Read more about SsangYong confirms Tivoli B-segment crossover for next year


2016 Ford Explorer priced from $31,595, Explorer Platinum starts at $53,495

Ford announced that the 2016 Explorer will start at $31,595 in the United States, which means that it will carry the same price tag as the 2015MY. Meanwhile, the 2016 Explorer XLT will cost... Read more about 2016 Ford Explorer priced from $31,595, Explorer Platinum starts at $53,495


2015 Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Shooting Brake gets official

Besides the CLA Shooting Brake, Mercedes-Benz also unveiled the high-performance version a.k.a. the CLA 45 AMG Shooting Brake. Just like the CLA 45 AMG, the new Shooting Brake version uses... Read more about 2015 Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG Shooting Brake gets official


Fiat expects 500X SUV to sell better than 500 in North America

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is expecting its Fiat 500X SUV to gather more demand than the 500 minicar in North America, according to senior executives at the carmaker. Fiat Chrysler expects... Read more about Fiat expects 500X SUV to sell better than 500 in North America


Mercedes-Benz debuts the CLA Shooting Brake

Ladies and gentleman, this is the all-new Mercedes-Benz CLA Shooting Brake, a vehicle showing a unique look all of its own that promises to attract new customers to the brand. According to... Read more about Mercedes-Benz debuts the CLA Shooting Brake


Tesla and BMW in talks over possible collaboration in batteries, lightweight components

Tesla Motors is holding discussions with BMW over a possible partnership in batteries and lightweight components, reports German weekly Der Spiegel, citing Tesla chief executive Elon Musk.... Read more about Tesla and BMW in talks over possible collaboration in batteries, lightweight components


McLaren teases the Sports Series entry-level model once again

McLaren’s Sports Series entry-level model will be introduced in the second quarter of 2015 and the British manufacturer already teased its new vehicle, showing a black feather. Today, the... Read more about McLaren teases the Sports Series entry-level model once again


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