January 26, 2023
Nissan

Nissan to make a baby 370Z very soon

With the Toyota GT86, Scion FRS and Subaru BRZ hitting the market and bringing back our attention to small affordable sports cars, Nissan don’t want to be left out. They’ve actually announced the desire to compete against such vehicles a bit of a while back. It was a few months ago but quiet has set […]

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Fiat

Fiat Sedici development delays small Jeep SUV

Large car making groups tend to share bits and pieces, borrow one another’s ideas and so on but what we’re looking at is a first time deal for Fiat and Chrysler. Chrysler plan saw Jeep pushing for the development of a new smaller SUV soon but that’s not really going to happen. The Italian overlords […]

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Dodge

Dodge developing new compact, won’t be called Hornet

Dodge, actually Chrysler altogether, is hard at work on rebuilding a proper empire to snap at the other two of Detroit’s big three and, in doing so, they’ve made a bit of a discovery. Of all their issues with products lineup and the pipeline backing it up, the biggest is the fact that they don’t […]

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Land Rover Off-Road

2013 Range Rover spotted at the Nurburgring

Just as the British companies have gotten us used to, Land Rover doesn’t really change their lineup very often. That’s why the current generation of the Range Rover has been with us for more than nine years now. After plenty of small details being updated and timid facelifts, Land Rover finally found the courage to […]

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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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Audi

Audi’s Q range under serious development

Audi is still not willing to let go of the big trophy they’ve cleared a shelf for in their museum, the title for being the best selling luxury brand. The fact that BMW is still out in front and that Mercedes is breathing down their neck isn’t shaking the Ingolstadt based manufacturer’s confidence. Part of […]

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Honda

Created for Le Mans: the Honda Performance Development CR-Z

Honda just announced that they plan to make a special appearance at the famous Le Mans race, with a CR-Z. This particular Honda CR-Z was “adopted” by the very capable Honda Performance Development team and managed to get itself a different sort of life from the standard version. The race prepared Honda Performance Development CR-Z […]

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Mazda

New smaller SUV from Mazda to be called CX-5

The Japanese at Mazda have just announced that they’ve been making some progress on the small crossover they’re working on. To mark the occasion Mazda announced that the new creation will be named the CX-5, something relatively easy to predict.

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Land Rover

Land Rover finally updates Defender

Not that long ago, people used to make fun about how the British manufacturers forgot to stop making or update their cars. Most of those jokes have been wiped away by recent efforts but there’s one car that’s hardly ever changed since all the way back in 1983, it’s the Land Rover Defender of course.

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Dodge

Dodge almost teases 2013 Viper

One of the major victims of the automotive crisis that’s now behind us was Chrysler’s fastest and mos thrilling machine, the Dodge Viper. It made us sad to find out it’s no longer being produced and even though the last units to roll of the line were amazing, it was very hard to say good […]

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Mini

Mini Speedster spied

We know the British BMW sub brand has pretty big expansion plans, we’ve seen their new creations at motor shows such as Detroit or about to be released at events such as Geneva, we know they’re working on stuff. When a car maker is working on something, in its late stages of development there’s a […]

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Honda

Honda is working on a new NSX

Just a month ago I found myself in a Honda dealership and was surrounded by mostly boring vehicles. That experience may however change soon as Honda has just announced that they’ve started development on a new flagship supercar, a new NSX.

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Mazda

Mazda RX-9 already under development

A few reports that trickle in on Mazda’s situation and reveal the fact that they are hard at work on a replacement model for the Mazda RX-8. After the changes that underwent between generations with the RX-7 and the RX-8 the next model is expected to bring a lot of fresh thinking to the game. […]

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Maserati

Some tech info on the next Quattroporte

The road opener for super fast saloons, the Maserati Quattroporte, is soon to come to life within a new version. And some information on that particular, eagerly anticipated, replacement is what we’ve got right now.

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General Motors Opel

Opel Junior still on track

Despite GM’s issues with obtaining a loan from the German government, and in fact their decision to quit asking and go in alone after they were clearly rejected, Opel has an interesting announcement to make. Opel has announced that the Junior, their city car is still well under development and will be unaffected by the […]

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Nissan

Nissan is offering 500 test-drive invitations for the Leaf

Nissan isn’t giving their marketing and development team any break as they have just released a set of 500 invitations to a test drive of the Leaf in Japan. The Nissan Leaf will be the world’s first mass-production electric car and will be available for testing at the plant in Oppama, Japan as part of […]

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Honda

Next gen Civic delayed

The current Honda Civic is one of the cars that you see everyday and to be honest it’s one of my favorite looking mainstream cars. Somehow people think it’s in a big need of a redesign or a facelift. I’m not one of those guys who thinks old cars make the world go round but […]

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Lexus Tuning

ASI prepared Lexus LX 570

Japan’s tuning specialist, ASI, had an interesting idea in recent times, they decided the Lexus LX 570 is in desperate need of a bit of tuning magic. With that in mind, enter the Invader package for the big japanese full-size SUV.

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Fisker

Department of Energy will loan Fisker 529 million dollars

Fisker Automotive will receive a loan totaling 529 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Energy for the development of tow plug-in hybrid electric-vehicles. This loan will provide Fisker with the resources needed to produce the Karma plug-in hybrid sedan and a line of family oriented models being developed under the company’s Project NINA program.

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BMW Chevrolet Chrysler Ford

Bob Lutz’s retirement to be permanent this time

The 1st of May 2010 is when Bob Lutz is scheduled to retire from the position he occupies at General Motors as Vice Chairman. His retirement is set to be a permanent one and is anticipated to be very hard on the man who has been in this business since 1963. Lutz has already retired […]

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