January 26, 2023
Mazda

Mazda 3’s next generation ideas announced

Now this is something with a bit of an unexpected flavor from Mazda. The manufacturer once referred to as the “zoom-zoom” guys are starting to zip around again. The Japanese company has just announced its plans for the Mazda 3 compact and the news is all good. The next generation of this car really is […]

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Chevrolet Muscle Cars

Next generation of the Chevrolet Camaro to be 2016 MY

In what’s known as one of the most fierce battles fought in the automotive industry you’ll find GM and Ford fighting for the pony car crown. After some considerable delays, GM pushed out the hottest version of the Chevrolet Camaro, the ZL1, just a few weeks before Ford announced a whole new level of the […]

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Lexus

Next Gen Lexus GS to debut at Pebble Beach

The Japanese seem to have quite big ambitions for the next generation of the mid-sized luxury sedan that they call the Lexus GS since they plan to unveil it at Pebble Beach. Spyshots we’ve been seeing of the 2012 Lexus GS didn’t really fill us with confidence and it doesn’t do any good to look […]

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BMW

Next generation BMW M3 will get three turbochargers

Dr. Friedrich Nitschke, BMW M Division’s boss recently gave AutoExpress a very interesting interview about the future of M cars and particularly the next generation BMW M3. Simply put, Bavaria’s M division will end up making a lot more cars than we’ve been getting from them until now. More hot blooded BMW models sounds pretty […]

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Mazda

Lightness is to be a key part of the next generation Mazda Miata

The Mazda Miata is one of the best ranking sports cars of all times, a numerous award winner, a favorite of everyone and possibly one of the most difficult to improve car a Japanese manufacturer has been faced with. Mazda is in just that sort of situation at the moment. After the original version lasted […]

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Chevrolet

Next generation Chevrolet Corvette to get a new engine

Chevrolet’s Corvette was recently the center of attention thanks the new investments at the plant and to some rumors about its future generations. The idea of the all American sports car targeting a different type of customer hasn’t disappeared and is in fact now being confirmed by reports from GM. Purists will rest easy as […]

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Hyundai

Find out where all wheel drive meets Hyundai luxury

It’s pretty common nowadays for all wheel drive to be a very demanded option on big and luxurious cars so it was only natural for this question to pop up. When are Hyundai’s participation to the luxury segment going to get a drivetrain that includes all wheel drive? There’s no better source for this sort […]

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Cadillac

Cadillac changes mind about CTS Coupe, again

Cadillac went a long way to take on the BMW 3 Series with their CTS, but it was quite the bumpy road in taking on such an institution. One of Cadillac’s biggest struggles at hand was related to the coupe version of the CTS, and last we heard about it, they weren’t going to make […]

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Ferrari

Ferrari has big plans for 599 replacement

It’s clear that no new Ferrari will be made with the purpose of being a simple, “average” car, but with the future 599 it seems like the Italians went a bit mental. Why is that? Because they describe the 599 replacement as something of a more powerful, lighter and more hardcore Ferrari.

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Porsche

Are you an enthusiast interested in the Porsche GT3?

If you are, you may want to rush out and buy one now, or start looking for second hand ones, because the next generation of the Porsche GT3 may not be completely aimed at you. For some of you, that might be sacrilege, but as it happens, I’ve gotten wind of a rumor according to […]

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Mazda

Mazda has big plans for their next generation of the 2

The current version of the Mazda 2, the 2010 model year has been around with us for quite a few years now and while it has what it takes in just about every segment it fails to provide one relatively important thing. That’s economy. The Mazda 2 has some decent economy figures but none of […]

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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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Videos VW

Volkswagen Phaeton sets sight on new targets

You may remember that about a couple of months ago VW presented us with a facelifted variant of their flagship, the 2011 Phaeton. At the time, it was a bit difficult to understand why the car didn’t get the eagerly awaited by fans major redesign and why the Germans only gave us these minute changes. […]

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Ferrari Supercars

Ferrari’s take on the role of hybrids

Due to tightening emissions legislation, to political climate and to overall economics situations it is becoming harder and harder for traditional sports cars manufacturers to keep producing at their best focused capacity. These are the issues that are becoming an ever more problematic situation for manufacturers such as Ferrari.

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Porsche

The Next Generation Of Porsche Cayenne At Geneva Auto Show 2010

We have here the official images and details about this second generation Porsche Cayenne which by the way will be presented in world premiere at Geneva Auto Show 2010. If you look at the pictures you will notice that this new Porsche Cayenne has the lines more smoothly shaped to say like this, compared with […]

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