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Moody's Investors Service reduced the credit rating of PSA/Peugeot-Citroen one level to four steps below investment grade. Moody’s said that a narrowing of Europe's auto market poses a threat to...
by - April 15, 2013
The next generation of Seat Leon Cupra may be powered by a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine with an output of up to 261bhp, according to an Autocar report that quoted...
by - April 15, 2013
Mercedes-AMG is famous for using powerful engines but it’s also now set to fit hybrid powertrains on its vehicles in keeping with the trend to get more from less. This...
by - April 15, 2013
Ford and GM have just announced that they signed an agreement under which both companies will jointly develop an all-new generation of advanced-technology nine- and 10-speed automatic transmissions. The transmissions...
by - April 15, 2013
If you are a billionaire and want to have a one-off supercar we recommend the Lamborghini Pregunta Concept, a car that was unveiled back in 1998 at the Paris Motor...
by - April 15, 2013
For those who want to buy a Fiat 500e, the Italian manufacturer has just announced that the small electric vehicle is priced at $32,500 dollars MSRP. Moreover, eligible California residents...
by - April 15, 2013
According to the latest reports from WSJ, it appears that Nissan is considering a new plant in North America where it aims to produce at least 100,000 Infiniti vehicles per...
by - April 15, 2013
The new Citroën Wild Rubis concept car demonstrates the intent of the brand to offer a new stylish SUV to compete with luxury automakers. The high-riding concept is slated to...
by - April 14, 2013
The SSC Aero Ultimate is reclaiming the title as the fastest production car in the world after Bugatti’s Veyron Super Sport was officially stripped of the record by Guinness World...
by - April 14, 2013
About 3.4 million vehicles throughout the world will be recalled because their passenger-side airbags, which were built by Japan’s Takata Corp., could catch fire and hurt occupants. These models are...
by - April 13, 2013
At 254.04mph, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse has earned the title of the fastest open-top car in the world. The record was set by Chinese racing driver Anthony...
by - April 13, 2013
With the arrival of the next generation of Nissan's all-electric LEAF, we get a pleasant surprise as for the first time ever, customers are able to lease batteries for the...
by - April 13, 2013
The weakening Japanese yen has proven to be very beneficial to Mazda Motor Corp., as it further boosts the carmaker’s chances of making its first annual profit in five years...
by - April 12, 2013
As the growth in the private sector in Africa has lessened its reliance on government business, Toyota Motor Corp has turned its attention to its consumers, Toyota Africa CEO Johan...
by - April 12, 2013
Volvo revealed that a high-tech direct-injection system will be used on a soon-to-be-launched next-generation diesel engine to significantly cut down on its fuel consumption. The i-ART technology features individual fuel-pressure...
by - April 12, 2013
A Forego T700 made lighter and quicker will come after supercar maker Tushek releases the Renovatio T500. The Slovenian company seeks to offer a vehicle that will compete with the...
by - April 12, 2013
Due to poor Chevrolet sales in Europe, General Motors Co. is widening the production cuts at one of its several factories in South Korea. According to a company official, the...
by - April 12, 2013
In response to critics who think that Fiat has become too big, its Chairman John Elkann said that it’s actually “too small” and has to continue to grow. Fiat credits...
by - April 12, 2013
Opel’s workers at an auto plant in Spain agreed to a two-year salary freeze as part of a labor deal that seeks to make it more competitive against plants in...
by - April 12, 2013
Because of the increasing tension with the North Korea, it’s possible that General Motors Co. will transfer operations out of South Korea in the longer term. This plan upset its...
by - April 12, 2013
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