April 24, 2024

Mazda 6 Coupe under consideration

Well here’s an interesting turn of events, after several scares about the Mazda 6 and its future, we find that not only will it stay but it might get a new spin-off. During an interview with WhatCar one of the “higher-ups” from the Japanese company announced that after the new sedan sets sail in 2013,

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Dodge may make an SRT8 version of the Durango

Chrysler fanboys rejoice, the last leak, rumor and partial announcement from Dodge is nothing short of praise worthy if it turns out to be confirmed. Word has been going on that there’s a high performance version of the Dodge Durango SUV, that’s right, a Dodge Durango SRT8. Apparently the American company is genuinely analyzing the

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Mercedes is still thinking about electrifying the S Class

From the outset, there’s plenty of people out there who don’t really like Mercedes as a brand, but as far as their engines are concerned pretty much everybody sees the positive side. After all, who couldn’t enjoy the engine in the Mercedes C63 AMG Performance, the new lineup for the E-Class or the fuel economy

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McLaren’s MP4-12C may be going 2+2

German magazine AutoBild recently stated that the infamous British automotive performance company, McLaren, is considering a 2+2 setup for it’s upcoming supercar. In keeping with their philosophy such a decision would have to go through some consideration, engineering and reengineering before a final decision would be made on such a possibility.

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General Motors

U.S. Treasury hires lead bank for General Motors IPO

As announced yesterday, GM will soon have a bank’s support in their attempt at getting the public listing they have been seeking for quite some time. The announcement of a choice being made came even sooner then expected as today the U.S. Treasury made public the name of the bank chosen for the task at

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