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If you thought that the LaFerrari is already extreme, you’d better think again as the Italian manufacturer is planning a more exclusive version of the Enzo successor. Still, the new...
by - May 6, 2013
The president of GM North America would want to include in Chevrolet's lineup a modestly priced, rear-wheel-drive sporty car that would target young drivers. Mark Reuss told Automotive News that...
by - May 6, 2013
Chevrolet will roll out the 2014 Silverado High Country pickup this fall, thereby providing consumers in the premium pickup segment more choices aside from its LTZ and Z71 models. Silverado...
by - May 6, 2013
GM plans to invest around $16 billion on factories and facilities across the United States through 2016. The carmaker is also making an $11-billion capital investment in China through 2016....
by - May 6, 2013
Volkswagen is celebrating the milestone of producing one million units of the Scirocco sports coupé by launching a special edition version. The Scirocco Million, which is available just in Germany...
by - May 6, 2013
SEAT is making a statement at the legendary GTI Treffen in Kärnten state of Austria by presenting its new Leon Cup Racer. The Cup Racer provides a good glimpse of...
by - May 6, 2013
Ally Financial Inc., posted a huge jump in its net profit for the first quarter of 2013 to $1.1 billion from $310 million in the same period in 2012. Interestingly,...
by - May 6, 2013
General Motors has reached a deal to acquire the original Durant-Dort Carriage Co. site in Flint, Michigan as part of its plans to use the 133-year-old, 25,000-sq. ft. building as...
by - May 5, 2013
With the rising auto sales in Germany and Spain last April, there are speculations that the slump in Europe’s auto industry has bottomed out and that it may be on...
by - May 5, 2013
Land Rover has inked a deal to serve as the global sponsor of the thrill-filled Extreme Sailing Series for three years during a special ceremony at the 2008 Olympic ‘Sailing...
by - May 4, 2013
Classic Motor Cars of Bridgnorth (CMC) is set on restoring a 1961 Jaguar E-Type 'Flat Floor' Roadster that has been cooped up in a garage for over three decades. This...
by - May 4, 2013
Ford Motor Co. will be employing an additional 2,000 workers at its Kansas City Assembly Plant to meet the increased demand for F-150 pickups and for the production of new...
by - May 3, 2013
General Motors experienced a 14% decrease in its net profit in the first quarter to $865 million amid the decline in earnings in North America and as European losses dropped....
by - May 3, 2013
The U.S.-built Outlander Sport experienced an over 77% year-over-year increase in April with 2,111 units sold, according to Mitsubishi Motors North America. This is the third-highest-ever total monthly sales of...
by - May 3, 2013
Land Rover North America has released the Trail Less Traveled app – the brand's first ever app meant to showcase the fourth generation Range Rover vehicle. The app, which is...
by - May 3, 2013
Porsche Cars North America, Inc. had its highest sales month ever in April of 2013 with 4,032 vehicles sold. PCNA is an importer and distributor of Porsche sports cars, Cayenne...
by - May 3, 2013
Auto sales in the U.S. declined to its lowest monthly rate in April since last autumn as commercial sales dropped and as foreign companies posted lacklustre figures. April 2013 marks...
by - May 3, 2013
Porsche unveiled today the all-new 991 (911) Turbo and 991 (911) Turbo S models and as expected the new vehicles are amazing. As expected, both cars are powered by the...
by - May 3, 2013
Opel/Vauxhall expects new powertrains to reduce its average carbon dioxide emissions by 27 percent by 2020, thereby allowing the carmaker to comply with tougher EU emissions regulations. Armed with 13...
by - May 3, 2013
Honda Motor Co. will construct a $470 million plant in Celaya, Mexico, to build continuously variable transmissions. The Celaya site will operate alongside a still under-construction site that will produce...
by - May 3, 2013
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