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For its 2014 model year, Jeep will move upmarket with the release of its largest and most expensive Jeep, the Grand Wagoneer, which will compete with the Cadillac Escalade, Mercedes-Benz...
by - February 16, 2011
There are rumors that MINI's future product lineup will offer even smaller models to meet the growing demand for this type of cars. In an interview at the Chicago Auto...
by - February 16, 2011
The Range Rover Evoque has a price tag of about $45,000, making it cost $8,500 higher than a Land Rover LR2 and about $3,500 less expensive than an LR4. But...
by - February 16, 2011
UK consumers will soon get their hands on the long-wheel-base version of Audi’s A8. The carmaker revealed that A8 L will be longer by 130mm than the standard car to...
by - February 16, 2011
Mercedes-Benz is hoping that its C-Class Coupe, which will debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month, will appeal to the younger market. A Mercedes spokesman told Automotive News Europe...
by - February 16, 2011
Spy shots that were leaked last summer of the F10 BMW M5 proved that it will be the first M car offered only with a fully automatic transmission, with manumatic...
by - February 16, 2011
Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt, a former constitutional judge, has been appointed to a new position on Daimler AG’s management board to oversee integrity and legal affairs. Earlier this month, Hohmann-Dennhardt, 60 years...
by - February 16, 2011
A Mexican plant operated by Saab's former parent, General Motors Co., started to produce the Saab 9-4X crossover this week. The model will start selling in the U.S. in May...
by - February 16, 2011
Škoda Auto sold 68,400 units in January 2011, a 26.4% increase compared to January 2010 with only 54,100 sold. A surge in demand was seen in the Fabia (higher by...
by - February 16, 2011
Geely continues to be very optimistic as after having completed the Volvo takeover, it now aims for goals that have been set higher than ever before. For instance, the Geely...
by - February 16, 2011
Nissan announced today that is on track to build 250,000 Leaf electric cars by early 2013, which means that the Japanese manufacturer will have enough cars in order to satisfy...
by - February 16, 2011
Audi has taken the veil off the long-wheelbase Audi A8 L prototype featuring long-term evolution (LTE) technology. This technology provides data transfer speeds of up to 100Mbps – around as...
by - February 16, 2011
Chrysler announced the introduction of the Ram 1500 “Code Name: Adventurer”, a new model which promises to offer a long list of options. Some of the exterior options include Mopar...
by - February 16, 2011
Ford’s decision to boost the fuel economy of the 2011 Ford Explorer seems to be paying off as January 2011 sales were up by 73% compared to January 2010. The...
by - February 15, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC is considering whether to add compressed natural-gas powered engines to its Ram truck brand, according to Fred Diaz, head of the Ram brand, who was interviewed at...
by - February 15, 2011
A few weeks ago, the second generation BMW X3 made its official market debut but already, it has been named the “Off-Roader of the Year” by the readers of the...
by - February 15, 2011
Nissan announced that it has started to construct a lithium-ion battery plant in Cacia, Portugal, which is scheduled to begin operations in December 2012. An investment of 156 million euros...
by - February 15, 2011
Even if Audi has already developed an all-wheel drive version of its PQ25 platform for its new A1 quattro, it’s unlikely that Volkswagen will launch an R version of its...
by - February 15, 2011
Mikko Hirvonen had an awesome start at his 2010 World Rally Championship campaign by winning the season opening Rally Sweden. The 1-2-3 results are proof of Ford’s domination last weekend. ...
by - February 15, 2011
Volvo will stop importing the V50 wagon to the U.S. as the market has migrated to crossovers, according to Doug Speck, CEO of Volvo Cars of North America. The V50...
by - February 15, 2011
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