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The new Clio Renaultsport 200 EDC from Renault has an entry price of £18,995 to match the Peugeot 208 GTI (which boasts the same power). However, this means that it...
by - March 21, 2013
The National Development and Reform Commission, China’s main industry planner, has approved plans by Volvo Cars to start building vehicles in the Asian country, three people privy to the matter...
by - March 20, 2013
RPA remains the advertising agency of record for the Honda brand following a three-month review by American Honda. Boston-based advertising agency Mullen, meanwhile, landed the job to handle the Acura...
by - March 20, 2013
Volkswagen AG is building the business case for a large sports utility vehicle in the United States, according to top executives at the German carmaker. The vehicle is considered to...
by - March 20, 2013
McLaren Automotive Managing Director Mike Flewitt estimates that the company will post a profit next year. He said this after divulging that for the 2012 financial year that ends on...
by - March 20, 2013
Suzuki thinks that after shifting the SX4 crossover into a larger segment, it will get a major sales increase. In the compact segment, the new SX4 will go up against...
by - March 20, 2013
People who wanted a soft-top version of Audi’s RS 5 coupe will soon have a reason to rejoice with the impending arrival of the RS 5 Cabriolet. Overall, the RS...
by - March 20, 2013
Bentley revealed during its annual press conference that the new Bentley SUV may be produced in Bratislava rather than in Crewe. According to Bentley chief Wolfgang Schreiber, they expect the...
by - March 20, 2013
BMW is expecting its new X4 model to attract a new type of customer to the luxury brand, according to Ian Robertson, the carmaker’s sales chief. The X4 is touted...
by - March 20, 2013
Karl-Thomas Neumann, the new CEO of Opel, is confident that with funding from parent General Motors, the European brand will be able to cut its losses and will be on...
by - March 20, 2013
For this year, Porsche AG expects to match last year's profit, according to a statement it made last Friday. Porsche reported 2.44 billion euros ($3.17 billion) as its operating profit...
by - March 20, 2013
The next-generation Mitsubishi Pajero (previously offered in the U.S. as the Montero) may move upmarket and may even be available with a plug-in hybrid variant, a Mitsubishi representative told Go...
by - March 20, 2013
The Chinese government said that Nissan Motor Co. may produce Leaf electric vehicles in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong. On the website of the National Development and Reform Commission's...
by - March 20, 2013
The unreliability of steel guards positioned on the back ends of large truck trailers was emphasized with the release of the new crash-test results from the Insurance Institute for Highway...
by - March 20, 2013
Audi has opened the second of 20 planned digital showrooms aimed at impressing urban customers with an interactive experience that could not be offered by brochures and machine coffee at...
by - March 19, 2013
Volkswagen Group is joining the fray for customers in the plug-in hybrid market with its Volkswagen XL1, which it touts as the most fuel-efficient production car in the world. It...
by - March 19, 2013
Infiniti has named Stefan Weinmann as the General Manager of Infiniti Global Communications, effective April 1, 2013. As general manager of Infiniti Global Communications, Weinmann will be in charge of...
by - March 19, 2013
Mitsubishi executives in the U.S. and Japan are assessing plans to augment its US lineup with new vehicles that include a mid-sized sedan and a crossover or sports utility vehicle...
by - March 19, 2013
Stephen Biegun, Ford vice president of international governmental affairs, claimed that Japan is not truly interested in opening up its economy to imports. In an interview with Reuters in Brussels,...
by - March 19, 2013
Although Toyota Motor Corp. managed to reclaim its title as the largest carmaker in the world in terms of sales in 2012, the crown as most profitable vehicle manufacturer globally...
by - March 19, 2013
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