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The order books for the second run of the Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP special edition have been opened. This vehicle was first displayed at the Geneva Motor Show together...
by - April 16, 2011
Nissan Motor Co. has started a repair campaign for about 5,300 Leaf cars to fix a glitch in the software of these vehicles that causes some of them to fail...
by - April 16, 2011
Power shortages this summer threaten the recovery of regions in Japan that were affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. Damages were estimated to be up to 25 trillion...
by - April 15, 2011
Ford Motor Co. faces pressure to offer bigger discounts as it failed to attain its retail goal this year. It had been able to raise its share of the light-vehicle...
by - April 15, 2011
Unaffected by parts shortages, Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. have been operating full shifts at their U.S. plants with overtime. Meanwhile, the production of its Japan-based rivals has...
by - April 15, 2011
Deliveries of Volkswagen AG's globally in the first quarter of 2011 climbed by 13.7% to a record-breaking 1.97 million vehicles. VW’s deliveries in March also set a record, after selling...
by - April 15, 2011
The UK government declined a £27,5 million (EUR31,000,000 or $45,000,000) loan that Lotus requested so that it can construct a new factory for its new concept cars. Because of Lotus’...
by - April 15, 2011
Saab has been given a helping hand by Sweden, which had offered conditional backing for an agreement to free up cash. Last year, Spyker saved Saab but it faced a...
by - April 15, 2011
Vladimir Antonov, a Russian financier, has showed optimism through a Twitter posting on Friday as Saab is close to entering an agreement with the Debt Office of Sweden that will...
by - April 15, 2011
The tuning experts at Roush have unveiled the Stake 3 kit, or the RS3 package, for the 2012 Ford Mustang. It has only been two months ago that the Stage...
by - April 15, 2011
Faurecia, a French auto parts manufacturer, recorded a 24 percent sales increase in the first three months of the year -- made possible with the help of the expansion in...
by - April 14, 2011
General Motors Co.’s subsidiary, Chevrolet Europe, is hoping that the launch of its seven new vehicle models this year will help it maintain or exceed the 2.5 percent market share...
by - April 14, 2011
Details of a powerful, special edition track-oriented car from Porsche have been leaked online. Porsche is known for bridging the gap between models, i.e., the Cayman has an output that...
by - April 14, 2011
Land Rover has embarked on a project that is its most ambitious yet. It seeks to create a replacement for the Defender. Land Rover’s new global brand director, John Edwards,...
by - April 14, 2011
If you were planning to buy the 2012 Sonic (an all-new small car that goes on sale this fall), you’d be pleased to know that Chevrolet has presented the first...
by - April 14, 2011
GMC talked about the safety benefits provided by StabiliTrak with traction control technology, which is offered as standard on the 2011 GMC Terrain. GMC dubs this safety feature as the...
by - April 14, 2011
The wide-ranging appeal of the 2011 Acura TSX sport wagon cannot be denied. If automotive journalists were to recommend a single vehicle for America that would satisfy the most people,...
by - April 14, 2011
Sales of the second-generation Honda Insight hybrid-electric vehicle surged as it benefited from the rising gas prices, boosted advertising and the spring-car-buying season. In the past two years, its sales...
by - April 14, 2011
Paul Cocksedge’s SESTOSENSO installation, a celebration of light, is displayed in the FLOS Professional Space in Corso Monforte 15 until April 17. Cocksedge took his inspiration from the new BMW...
by - April 14, 2011
Fiat S.p.A. could increase its share in Chrysler from 30 percent to 46 percent by June this year -- a feat that’s “technically possible,” individuals familiar with the matter told...
by - April 14, 2011
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