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Bentley will use the eight-speed automatic gearbox on its GT and GTC models. This type of gearbox was recently seen on the GT Speed. The current six-speed ’box is replaced...
by - August 23, 2012
Kia is developing a new four-door coupe that will compete with the Mercedes CLS, according to an Auto Express report. This would be considered as the boldest model yet. It...
by - August 23, 2012
At this year’s Salon Prive, Trident will bring its all-new Iceni Grand Tourer. According to the well-known British sports car maker, the Iceni Grand Tourer is built to order in...
by - August 23, 2012
The updates for the 2013 Land Rover LR2 will include the 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 used on the Range Rover Evoque. The LR2 (which is known as Freelander 2 to Europeans)...
by - August 23, 2012
British consumers could now post their orders for the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake. With a starting price of £49,360 OTR, the five-seat CLS Shooting Brake boasts of sleek styling and...
by - August 22, 2012
Volkswagen has opened a $27 million (EUR21.7 million) technical center in Oxnard, California, to expand its engineering capabilities in the region as part of its efforts to fast-track sales in...
by - August 22, 2012
Lincoln, Ford Motor Co.’s luxury brand, excelled at the American Customer Satisfaction Index’s annual survey of the auto industry, receiving a score of 90 on the 100-point index. The latest...
by - August 22, 2012
Honda rolled off today from its Columbus, Ohio assembly line the first mass-production version of 2013 Honda Accord sedan, considered as the most important new vehicle for the carmaker this...
by - August 22, 2012
Lincoln said that it won’t be planning a halo car for quite a long time and instead, the brand will be targeted at bigger volume segments first. The first step...
by - August 22, 2012
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen may be removed from the CAC 40 stock market index in France, according to traders and analysts. Over the last 12 months, the automaker’s share price has fallen by...
by - August 22, 2012
Thieves really like to get their hands on the 1994 Honda Accord. For the fourth consecutive year in 2011, this vehicle has been the most frequently stolen car in the...
by - August 22, 2012
Ford Motor Co. will be releasing the redesigned versions of the Fusion and Escape to the U.S. market later this year. These are the No. 2 and No. 3 top-selling...
by - August 22, 2012
The plan of Great Wall Motor Co. and Chery Automobile Co., two of China’s largest auto exporters, to expand into the U.S. and Europe is being threatened by a recall...
by - August 22, 2012
The new design of OnStar buttons in 2013 vehicles more aptly represents its software updates, General Motors said. Rather than a white phone with a circle around it, the voice...
by - August 22, 2012
Looking for the perfect Rolls-Royce has never been this easy. A new resource named Provenance Pre-owned Stock Locator has been launched by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. Potential clients can go online...
by - August 22, 2012
The past year for Mazda North American Operations has been challenging due to financial losses and workforce cuts; however, Mazda's top U.S. executive Jim O'Sullivan thinks that the automaker is...
by - August 22, 2012
Ferrari has presented its latest F12 Berlinetta model to the U.S. market at Pebble Beach. It is the most powerful road car that Ferrari has ever built, with 731-hp and...
by - August 22, 2012
The high price of Tesla’s Model S luxury sedan is the only reason why the demand for this “first-rate car” is limited, AutoNation Inc. CEO Mike Jackson said in a...
by - August 22, 2012
Volvo mulls building a subcompact-sized vehicle that would compete against BMW's Mini and the Audi A1. But for this to be possible, Volvo needs to acquire a partner to share...
by - August 21, 2012
Infiniti may possibly produce a new small car in Mexico, according to Johan de Nysschen, the marquee's new global president. De Nysschen, a former Audi of America President, said that...
by - August 21, 2012
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