January 28, 2023
Bentley Luxury Cars Maybach Videos

Bentley interested in Maybach market share

It seems that after Mercedes announced how they’ve decided to kill off the Maybach brand due to low sales some players really want its market share. One would think there’s too little of it to matter but that’s not the way the British at Bentley see the problem. Maybach only had a target of around […]

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Cadillac

2013 Cadillac XTS unveils itself

Marketing is beautiful, it almost brainwashes the audience when done brilliantly to a point where they will want the product so bad they’d walk on hot coal to get it. Sometimes however, marketing works in a different way, as GM did with the 2013 Cadillac XTS. They didn’t exactly unveil it, but rather leak it […]

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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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Renault

RenaultSport to become an individual brand

Those of us who really do have a long memory still know about a sporting company called Alpine that worked under Renault’s wing. Spin the clock forward several decades and Renault is looking to create a new sport brand and you’d imagine that would be the name they pick.

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Audi

2011 Audi A3 to be a sedan?

Like all the editions held before it, the 2011 Geneva Motor Show promises quite the set of surprises. Weirdly, this year, the 2011 Audi A3 may be one of them. After the Ingolstadters have released some sketches and information we’ve found that the 2011 Audi A3 may not be as familiar a shape as you’d […]

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Chrysler

Chrysler’s headquarters is now “Imported from Detroit”

Pending some success during the Super Bowl with their new commercials and slogan, Chrysler decide to post their tagline on the front of their headquarters. The Auburn Hills building has been wrapped with an enormous poster, as we’ve seen before here only this time there’s a new car and a new slogan.

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Chevrolet Muscle Cars

Chevrolet’s Camaro will go into limited edition frenzy

Some people who work for Chevrolet’s marketing and sales department must have definitely been proud when last year the Camaro outsold the Ford Mustang. This is because the Americans have come up with quite the plan for the future of the Chevrolet Camaro and I have to say, it sounds like a great idea. On […]

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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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Toyota

Scion’s version of the iQ is delayed

I reckon the people who run Toyota are running into some trouble making deliveries for their U.S. prone brand, Scion. The winter must certainly be a factor. Otherwise it’s difficult to understand why the Scion iQ would have been delayed until summer. Unless, of course, you understand marketing.

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Audi

2011 Audi A6 teased

I have to say this. I don’t like saying this, but I have to. Audi has some of the best marketers in the business as they come up with stuff like this and this. But when it comes to teasing the actual products they have the worst ideas of the industry.

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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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Chrysler Jeep

Chrysler headquarters wrapped in 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

The title may be a bit difficult to get around if you are not familiar with Chrysler’s marketing techniques but the image below pretty much says it all. As part of the Auburn Hills maker’s strategy, the company is promoting it’s latest major product, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee with a massive print that covers […]

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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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General Motors VW

Jonathan Browning: GM to Volkswagen

Jonathan Browning has been named global head of Volkswagen AG’s 10-brand national sales companies after formerly being GM global sales boss. The announcement was made Friday by VW Group sales and marketing chief Christian Klingler.

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Saab

Saab is launching a leasing campaign for the U.S.

The North American branch of Saab Cars has recently launched its first sales event as a new company in the form of a leasing program built around the 2010 Saab 9-3. The lease program will enable you to put a brand new Saab 9-3 in your driveway with a two liter engine and an automatic […]

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Lincoln

Ford ambitions riding on Lincoln

Ford Motor Company, the single major manufacturer of the “Detroit big three” that did not file bankruptcy, is in the process of emerging from the crisis in the automotive market stronger than ever. Some of the changes applied turned the company around but there is no green light on the party yet. The main focus […]

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Chrysler Lancia

Lancia comes together with Chrysler

Yesterday, Fiat has had a presentation of it’s five year business plan has been full of surprises, one of which was Montezemolo resigning from his position as Fiat SpA chairman. Another unexpected piece of news from this presentation was in publishing the decision that would solve how the group will handle the selling and marketing […]

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