April 18, 2024

Fiat 500 America unveiled

The Italians at Fiat haven’t had the best of luck with taking their 500 compact overseas to the United States of America but that hasn’t phased them. They’ve just announced a special limited edition of the Fiat 500 which they’ve entitled “America”. What is slightly confusing is that it won’t be sold there. All of

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BMW’s Scooter, the Concept C will be coming to America

Originally unveiled in preparation for the Milan Motorcycle Show it seemed like the BMW Scooter Concept would disappear into the pages of history pretty fast. As it happens, that’s not the case, especially since the Bavarians are have much bigger plans for this electric two wheeler.

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Pagani Huayra dealerships announced

With the launch of the Huayra, Pagani finally went on to sell their cars officially in the United States. Before that’s done, there’s still the question of how? The answer just came from the wild Italian supercar maker, as they’ve just announced the number and respective locations of dealerships they are going to have over

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Mercedes-Benz picks on American fuel

The Germans are not pleased. They had been criticized for not bringing their latest set of efficient engines to the United States. As a reply to these accusations, Mercedes-Benz announced why it’s latest cutting-edge lean-burn technology isn’t available in the U.S.

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Saab U.S. gets a new sales leader

The new head of U.S. sales for Saab Cars North America is a chap called James Sweeting and as it happens he’s been assigned to this job on a Sunday. I guess some really do enjoy the weekends more than the rest of us, especially in the automotive industry working for companies from Sweden.

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Audi’s 2011 sales to be affected by suppliers

The Ingolstadters have hit a bit of a problem and still the management at Audi was kind enough to share the information. It seems that the German luxury manufacturer may not be able to hit its sales target this year.

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U.S. Transport Secretary visits Toyota Motor Corporation

U.S. Transport Secretary Ray LaHood has been on a courtesy visit to Toyota Motor Corporation’s headquarters today and he stated he felt encouraged by the steps the company has put in place to improve vehicle safety but is still a bit reticent. He did say, however, that he will only be fully convinced when Toyota’s

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Rumours of a full-size pickup from Hyundai

Hyundai is a Korean automaker that keeps surprising the American market with ever more products that fit the needs of the US. First there was the Genesis, then the Genesis Coupe and now there might be this pickup to deliver a massive blow in sales to America’s favorite form of transport.

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Luxury Cars Rolls Royce

Iron Man killed a couple of Phantoms

The sequel for the action movie Iron Man which has recently hit the cinemas and started making quite a lot of money. While the second-installment in the Iron Man series raked in a whopping $7.5 million in America for the opening night it still has quite a lot of bills to pay for. Probably one

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Chrysler General Motors

President Obama stated the auto industry bailout was paid off

President Barack Obama said that the bailouts that the government funded for the American automotive industry had paid off. The announcement made it to the public via the president’s Web address last Saturday.

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Fisker Karma will be touring North America

Fisker Automotive have announced today that they will begin a promotional tour of their plugin hybrid sedan that will take them to 42 cities in 26 states and three Canadian provinces over a period of two months. According to mister Fisker himself the tour is scheduled to leave the company’s headquarters in Irvine, California on

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Bentley Luxury Cars

Bentley considers luxury buyers are going to start spending again

The recession has brought plummeting sales figures to Bentley’s records over the last three years. Since Bentley is one of the most popular and most prestigious brands in the business they show nothing but optimism when talking about future sales prospects.

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