January 28, 2023
Ford

LEGO Ford Fiesta WRC is a Toy that Spells Reality

Without a doubt, everybody has had the chance to see, ear or own a LEGO product. With vast amounts of possibilities when it comes to constructing and creating objects from the vivid colored bricks, it is no surprise that one of the more recent sets gives everybody the opportunity of constructing a Ford Fiesta WRC. […]

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Cadillac

2013 Cadillac ATS gallery and future plans

Now that Cadillac have send the new 2013 ATS sedan into production, the Americans seem to have gotten things in order and their planning attention turned to a new place. Designing, engineering, arranging production and all that lot for the 2013 Cadillac ATS had a pretty serious target in its sights. It’s usually the BMW […]

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Dodge

2013 Dodge Viper test mule spotted

The 2013 Dodge Viper is a crucial part of the brand’s coming back to life and proof of how America can still make really exciting cars. Until it happens though, there’s quite a lot of development to go through which is why we’re getting to spot more and more appearances of test mule vehicles Dodge […]

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Chevrolet

Chevrolet Cruze to give Americans a diesel in 2013

Chevrolet’s Cruze is by all means, a people’s car. GM is stressing out that point by bringing Americans something most manufacturers have been rather reluctant up until this year. With BMW testing the waters of diesel in the U.S, we saw Mercedes quick to follow up on the 2012 M Class, but apart from these […]

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Saab

Saab resumes production but only for 9-4X

Saab’s tricky financial situation isn’t exactly looking up despite the recent update of Chinese collaborations with Pang Da. The last we heard from the Swedish didn’t really sound as bad as the usual stuff of recent situations but I wouldn’t exactly be ready to pop the cork with their management. Saab announced their resuming of […]

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Jeep

Jeep interested in bringing diesels to the U.S.

It seems like the Fiat connection at Chrysler is starting to show more and more, especially in what Jeep has just announced. The iconic American off-road company just let us know that within the company there’s a genuine interest in offering diesel engines in the U.S.

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Audi

2012 Audi A6 gets 2 liter engine in the U.S.

Nearly everywhere you go in the automotive business you’ll get to see downsizing of engines, mostly for economical and ecological concerns. This reaches out even to the business sector and worse still (in their imagination) to the Americans, as Audi will now demonstrate.

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Chevrolet

Chevrolet Corvette sales get back on their feet

Even tho’ the Chevrolet Corvette is a pretty capable machine, the recent crisis of the automotive industry and the problem of rising fuel costs have really hit it hard. Therefore, the fastest American made production car has been steadily dropping sales for several months but it seems 2011 brought a change in trends.

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Pagani

Pagani’s Huayra will be available in the U.S. later this year

The Italians at Pagani are somewhat established now since they made the Zonda and that was pretty successful. With the launch of their new Pagani Huayra they seem to be pretty ambitious though, even going so far as selling it in the United States.

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Dodge

3 Hs to come from Hurst Hemi Hauler

Are you a mad Dodge Ram fan with a power craze running through your veins every time you hear the word Hemi? In that case, Hurst (another name you’re probably familiar to) has something that will have you rummaging through your pockets, bank accounts and credit cards.

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Honda

2011 Honda Odyssey makes sure your kids are safe

Admittedly, a bit late when compared to “the old continent” the Americans have started properly testing the cars sold in their market in terms of testing. What better authority could there be for doing so than the well know NHTSA or the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Nissan

Nissan is moving production of the Rogue to the U.S.

The Japanese at Nissan aren’t happy with the little American attention they got from the Detroit Motor Show so far. Why would that be surprising since the only thing Nissan had to say in regards to the North American International Auto Show is how they’re going to have a proper presence next year.

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BMW Off-Road

BMW gives Americans more performance for their X5s

Whenever I glance at the BMW X5 I always think, god that drives well. I never considered that it’s an offroader or any such thing. Let’s put it this way, mud will most likely stay away from the BMW X5’s tires. This must be why the Bavarians aren’t offering a raft off road accessories but […]

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Auto Shows Mitsubishi

L.A. 2010: 40 years of development on the Mitsubishi i

A while back, Chevrolet tried to do away with the whole “Chevy” idea. That didn’t really go along very well but here’s Mitsubishi preparing this car for the U.S. and calling it the “i”. I find it just about as amusing as the “Chevy” situation because that’s the Mitsubishi i-MiEV with some vinyl covers added […]

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Tesla

Tesla plans to launch an SUV in 2014

One of the most charismatic manufacturers to emerge in recent years has sent their CEO, Elon Musk, forward to the public with a very important announcement. The Americans over at Tesla are planning to stick to their strategy of producing electricity powered cars that do what what most EVs can’t really manage.

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Chrysler Fiat Tuning

Chrysler stand at SEMA 2010 includes… a Fiat 500?

With Chrysler being interested in bumping interest for the Fiat brand in the United States it’s no wonder when they resort to various marketing cues. Taking something that’s basically the essence of legendary cheap European mobility for the masses to the most fun filled, showoff like, money draping car show in America however seems a […]

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Chrysler

A few teasers of the new Chrysler 200

A while back when Chrysler and Fiat reached a deal and when they decided that the Americans will be coming in with serious offerings for the European market they announced stuff like the car they’re now teasing. This car in particular will be called the Chrysler 200 and should see launch in Europe some time […]

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Tesla

Tesla and their IPO results

Tesla Motors, the exclusive will start trading today on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the ticker of TSLA has already sold its shares and with quite a bit of a result. The company has already raised $226 million by selling shares above its forecast price range, according to the Securities and Exchange Commission filing.

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General Motors Opel

European Chevrolet Volt to be… different?

There is a rumor concerning the European version of the Chevrolet Volt running around, and I say this with a bit of a clench because i know that the newspaper behind hasn’t always proved to be the best of reliable sources. The newspaper quoted for this rumor is the British print from “The Telegraph” and […]

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Cadillac

Cadillac may have gotten a new marketing agency

This is what some rumors have been cropping up with in relation with the American company’s marketing issues. The decision seems to fall on the shoulders of the new marketing chief Joel Ewanick of parent company, General Motors.

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