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In recent weeks, the modified BMW Z4 GT3 has managed to more than prove itself after undergoing a succession of intensive tests. This means that this GT customer sports car...
by - April 11, 2011
Spyker Cars NV is in negotiations with a financial institution to sell and lease back real estate property of its subsidiary Saab Automobile, the company revealed on Monday. The funds...
by - April 11, 2011
British industrial group GKN anticipates that its automobile business will continue to feel the effects of the March 11 Japan earthquake in the short term, the company’s chief executive officer,...
by - April 11, 2011
Nissan Motor Co. has been getting complaints from car owners in Japan and in the United States that the company’s Leaf electric vehicle fails to start on certain occasions. Such...
by - April 10, 2011
Martin Whitmarsh, chief executive officer of McLaren Group, is set to disclose the details for the company’s MP4-12C GT3 race car at a press conference in the McLaren Technology Centre...
by - April 10, 2011
Renault has denied a report that its chief operating officer, Patrick Pelata, had resigned over spy accusations that later turned out to be false. According to French TV channel iTele,...
by - April 10, 2011
Sources told Automotive News Europe that there is at least a half-year delay in the return of Alfa Romeo to North America partly as a result of Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio...
by - April 10, 2011
U.S. government officials said that if there is a halt in non-essential services as a result of the stalled talks on the fiscal 2011 budget, then the Environmental Protection Agency...
by - April 10, 2011
Production cuts that Honda Motor Co. imposed on its North American plans for parts shortages from Japan suppliers are extended one more week through April 22, according to a memo...
by - April 10, 2011
Honda Motor Co. has decided to stick to its sales plan for the U.S. even if it has to make up for production losses due to the supply disruption over...
by - April 10, 2011
A couple of months after the Ferrari FF was unveiled, it was allowed to be test-driven and one of those who reviewed the radical four-seater is Jason H. Harper of...
by - April 9, 2011
BMW, the world's leading luxury carmaker, will surely get a boost up when it comes to electric vehicle development as it has been confirmed that it has hired Frank Weber,...
by - April 9, 2011
Although General Motors has been able to re-source many parts affected by the Japan disaster, Barclays Capital analyst Brian Johnson still doesn’t think that things will be back to normal...
by - April 9, 2011
The fifth-generation BMW M5 will be getting a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine, marking the first time that the super-saloon uses forced induction instead of the naturally aspirated 5.0-litre V10. This...
by - April 9, 2011
Several models in Jeep’s range for the US market may be offered with diesel engines within three years, says Mike Mantley, the president and CEO of Chrysler's Jeep brand. Manley...
by - April 8, 2011
In the next few months, Audi AG will release two limited edition models to boost its exclusivity and to raise its competitiveness against BMW AG in the luxury market. Sales...
by - April 8, 2011
The Jeep Compass Canyon, a project based on a new 2011 model that features a Freedom Drive II drivetrain, will be shown at the 2011 Moab Easter Jeep Safari that...
by - April 8, 2011
A group of shareholders of Tognum AG stock has rejected a 24 euros-per-share joint offer from the German engine manufacturer’s prospective buyers, Rolls-Royce Group Plc and Daimler AG, an insider...
by - April 8, 2011
Renesas Electronics Corp. is planning to move the production of automotive microcontrollers in its non-operational Naka plant in northeastern Japan to its undamaged factory in Saijo, in western Japan, and...
by - April 8, 2011
Toyota Motor Corp., will resume production at its plants in Japan on April 18, 2011, and will continue operating through April 27, according to spokesperson Paul Nolasco. The company, however,...
by - April 8, 2011
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