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International auction house COYS will be selling the Ferrari Testarossa formerly owned by Sir Elton John at the Spring Classics sale in London this week. This is just one of...
by - March 10, 2013
Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing are unveiling the "Cigarette AMG Electric Drive Concept," the latest development of their collaboration at the recently concluded Miami International Boat Show. Cigarette AMG Electric Drive...
by - March 9, 2013
A newcomer to the compact estate car market is sure to attract a lot of interest as well as buyers thanks to its class-leading functionality and an optional full hybrid...
by - March 9, 2013
Toyota is considering a plan to build a high-performance petrol-electric hybrid version of the GT86 sports car, according to an Autocar report. Chief engineer Tetsuya Tada said that the company...
by - March 9, 2013
Fiat Professional has appointed a new franchise dealership in Cirencester, Gloucestershire -- the T H White Group. The Group, which has been in business since 1832, is an established local...
by - March 8, 2013
Volvo Trucks is launching the newest member of its product range, the Volvo FM, on March 19, 2013. The Volvo FM features the ground-breaking Volvo Dynamic Steering. Although the official...
by - March 8, 2013
Karl-Thomas Neumann, the new chief executive of Opel, has expressed his full support of the beleaguered carmaker’s restructuring plan. Sources told Automobilwoche that Neumann has reviewed the Drive 2022 plan,...
by - March 8, 2013
General Motors has set a target to make its North American vehicles by 2016 model year lighter by up to 15 percent than its current fleet, according to GM chief...
by - March 8, 2013
General Motors is hiring 1,000 workers to be stationed at its Information Technology Innovation Center located near Phoenix, Arizona. The IT innovation center is GM’s fourth in the US, next...
by - March 8, 2013
Infiniti is offering a diesel version of its Q50 sedan, hoping that it would result to a higher demand in Europe. During the current Geneva Auto Show, Infiniti disclosed that...
by - March 8, 2013
Ford Motor Co. is urging for the removal of trade tariffs between the United States and Europe, Wolfgang Schneider, Ford's European vice president for governmental affairs, told Automotive News Europe...
by - March 8, 2013
Chrysler Group LLC has asked banks to pitch in April for a mandate to manage a possible initial public offering (IPO), four persons privy with the matter told Reuters. Chrysler...
by - March 8, 2013
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has given top safety marks to Honda and Volvo after conducting overlap crash tests on their respective models, thanks to safety enhancements the carmakers...
by - March 8, 2013
Daimler and other German carmakers made an initial move aimed at resolving a safety issue over a new air-conditioning refrigerant developed to meet a European Union mandate. Daimler disclosed that...
by - March 8, 2013
As more automakers have decided to cut prices in order to raise sales, Hyundai will be doubling its advertising expenses to about 630 million euros ($821 million) in Europe to...
by - March 8, 2013
Google is getting ready to expand its online car-shopping service to dealers in California as well as to penetrate more states, sources familiar with matter told Automotive News. Google have...
by - March 7, 2013
Carmakers posted a 5.2-percent year-on-year increase in new vehicle sales in Australia in February 2013 to 90,218 units from 85,723 units in the same period in 2012, according to data...
by - March 7, 2013
The Volkswagen Golf won as the 2013 European Car of the Year, easily beating the Mercedes-Benz A class (which only earned fifth place). Apparently, European automotive journalists really like the...
by - March 7, 2013
Jaguar recently went back to Jabbeke, Belgium, to recreate an iconic sprint test. Famous test driver Norman Dewis had set a world record average flying mile speed of 172.4mph in...
by - March 7, 2013
Nissan holds the most number of women in executive jobs among Japan automakers, with three of its women tasked to manage the rollout of new models. Nevertheless, Nissan (Japan's No....
by - March 7, 2013
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