January 26, 2023
Lexus

Lexus CEO Confirms New Safety Systems for 2018 LS

Toyota`s trademark Lexus has always built extremely appealing models, mixing luxury with high-performance attributes and creating thus the most fascinating rides. But if there was something that Lexus cars needed, is the implementation of the latest safety features. However, starting with 2017 Lexus promised its customers that it would look much deeper into creating the […]

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Nissan

Nissan Leaf EV sales aren’t brilliant

Nissan are pretty pleased with themselves these days, but life is not exactly the nicest thing on Earth so they have to face the music. Despite recent unveiling of the facelifted version of their Leaf EV today and announcing the plan to auction off a GT-R in a couple of days, some bad news is […]

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Honda

Honda expects Fit sales to hit the roof

Honda’s ambitions seem to be a lot higher since they’ve announced great progress to have been made with the production of their dream. The HondaJet is all nice and fascinating when it comes to the way rich folk will travel in the future but when it comes to us, things are less vertical. Stuff like […]

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Porsche

Porsche confirms above 911 Ferrari beater

Somebody at Porsche has just had a stroke of inspiration. Within all their range expansion, they haven’t always been going the best route. Recently however, they decided to do what they do best once more, that’ll be the petrolhead pleasing action of Ferrari beating. The news comes from Porsche CEO Matthias Mueller who made the […]

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Porsche

Porsche 550 confirmed by CEO

Although yet to be certified by any press release or the company itself, Porsche’s CEO has just confirmed work on the 550. Previously known as the baby Porsche is meant to be an enthusiast focused mid-engined sports car. As you’d imagine this sort of news isn’t taken lying down by any of the petrolheads so […]

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Lotus Videos

Lotus may be for sale

The British at Lotus, specifically their management have been sharing some very interesting information in their latest of interviews. Lotus CEO Dany Bahar claims that his company’s plans on models and such are going well only somehow he feels that a break off from the Malaysian owners at Proton is on the table. If this […]

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Lamborghini Supercars

Lamborghini hints at Estoque as an “every day” model

When do you realize just how much you love your favorite Italian supercar maker? Couldn’t come up with a general formula but in my case and regarding Lamborghini, it was when their CEO came forward and announced how they are planning to make a new model, one destined for every day use. That sounds like […]

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BMW

BMW’s Jim O’Donnell apologizes for lack of trust in EV technology

Here’s another of those very few occurrences when we all get to feel like the automotive industry is nothing more than a manufacturing political party. After previously ending a press conference at the New York Auto Show that focused on the BMW ActiveE on a negative tone, Jim O’Donnel came forward with a public apology […]

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Volvo

Volvo cancels Universe Concept production idea

Despite my image of a no-life car fan, I’m very important for the entire automotive industry and I finally have proof of that. The minute I saw the Volvo Universe Concept and the announcement according to which they were considering making it their flagship sedan I said it was wrong.

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Jaguar Land Rover

Jaguar and Land Rover US get new Vice Presidents

If this was a new movie, it would be a critic’s preferred choice and if this was a sales conference, lots of cigarettes would be smoked during breaks. Meanwhile, since this is the real world, the British at Jaguar-Land Rover have announced their new Vice Presidents, the ones that are supposed to take over operations […]

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Volvo

Universe – A Volvo Concept they’d best say no to

I don’t like it, I’m sure plenty of others will not find the Volvo Universe concept very appealing either, but why all the hate? Simply because whereas the Swedish at Volvo have recently turned themselves around into a pleasant direction, one which I really like.

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Dodge

Dodge radiator grille in for a change

Dodge, much like most of the other manufacturers that are based in America is going through several changes. The latest in the line of modifications from the Chrysler sub-brand is related to how the cars actually look.

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Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi sales boom in November

As one of the manufacturers that seriously felt a drop in sales once word of something called a financial crisis came up, Mitsubishi just got a breath of fresh air last month. November saw Mitsubishi sales in the U.S. grow by as much as 47%.

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Chrysler

Chrysler confirms investment plan for Kokomo, IN plants

GM recently announced some investments going into a 4 cylinder engine and creating a few jobs along the way. Naturally, Chrysler couldn’t be outdone. Chrysler have just announced that they plan to invest around $843 million in their Kokomo, Indiana facilities.

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Jeep

The Jeep Grand Cherokee platform will soon be in more cars

The recently revised Jeep Grand Cherokee has been nothing if not a success for a Chrysler that’s trying to raise from the dead. The new face of the Grand Cherokee registered almost three times the number of sales last month when compared to last year’s October. That’s quite a performance and Chrysler & Fiat CEO […]

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Lamborghini Supercars

Lamborghini begin to worry about sales figures

The Sant’Agata Bolognese company has a few worries about the short term trajectory their sales will undergo. Seeing how they ended production of the Lamborghini Murcielago just days ago they now have one less product to sell.

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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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BMW Saab

Victor Muller shared his thoughts on a possible collaboration with BMW

With the recent rumor going round of BMW and Saab working together on more than engines, inevitably the press went over to the companies and tried to get more information. Ergo, in a recent interview for Reuters, Mr. Victor Muller, CEO of the Swedish part of this alleged deal had a few interesting statements to […]

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General Motors

General Motors’ word on the IPO

The ever important word in recent months at General Motors, their Initial Public Offering has recently become an even more interesting to watch affair than it was not that long ago. A few days ago, GM’s CEO, Ed Whitacre had a bit of a chat with a reporter from Reuters who got it out of […]

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Fisker

Fisker is making a business case for a new lineup

That poky automotive company that mixes beautiful design, with high technology and with interesting legal ideas to finance their whole affair, Fisker, is at it again. So far Fisker is only keeping themselves busy with the Karma they’ve been parading at the Paris Motor Show but that might not last so much longer as their […]

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