April 22, 2024

Mercedes-Benz Reportedly Planning AMG Sedan Flagship by 2019

According to a new report issued by Aussie auto magazine Motoring, Mercedes-Benz is working on a new AMG sedan flagship which is said to arrive in 2019 as the direct competitor of the new Porsche Panamera. Even if the company has not confirmed the news, Moers has yet hinted that such a model is still

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DS Automobiles Plans SUVs Starting 2017

DS Automobiles luxury brand which used to make high-quality models for Citroen and now belonging to Groupe PSA, has recently announced its attention of introducing potent SUVs which are set to arrive starting 2017, as the direct competitors of the future BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC or Audi Q5. This means that the models are going

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BMW Plans Double Production in China

China has become perhaps the major market for BMW, as the German carmaker is already planning to increase its production by twice as much, due to the high-demand. This why because Chinese fans are becoming more and more sophisticated in choosing BMW over other carmakers. But BMW is trying to turn its face to the

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Lamborghini Supercars

Lamborghini’s plans for an SUV confirmed

It seems like the recent Lamborghini images that were leaked onto the web by an Italian magazine have quite substantial side to them and are more than mere fluff. Though the images and the look of the upcoming Lamborghini SUV remain open to discussion, one of the Audi (the owners of Lamborghini) higher-ups did confirm

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Lexus change plans regarding LF-A Convertible and seven seater

The Japanese seem to be full of surprises these days. After Mazda launched the 2012 CX-5 ahead of schedule, Lexus gave us another surprise just now. Toyota’s luxury arm decided to delay plans for their seven seater CUV but that doesn’t mean they will be slacking off for a few years to come. In return,

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Toyota plans to cut back on 2011 production

A recent report from Japan tells us that Toyota has planned for a change in directions as far as future car production is concerned. The “star” of the biggest and most troublesome recall in history has decided to cut back on production plans for 2011.

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Ford’s plans for hybrids and EVs

According to a recent statement by spokesmen from Ford Motor Company we could be expecting that by 2020 up to 25% of the company’s global sales to be hybrids, plug-in hybrids, electric vehicles, or any combination of these technologies. Nancy Gioia, Ford’s director of global electrification is the author of this statement but he also

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General Motors

GM’s plans for dealer network

The plans General Motors had installed for their dealer network have been slightly altered but are still headed for downsizing and, with this in mind, 900 GM dealerships have received a stay of execution from the company. According to Mark Reuss, GM North America President the schedule at the moment calls for approximately 5000 dealers

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Renault sets high targets for electric vehicles

Some French newspapers reported that Renault SA have set targets seriously high for electric vehicles production by 2015 as it plans to hit a figure above 200,000 per year. And to prove this isn’t just trash talk the French company announced that at least 150,000 of these will be the Renault Zoe.

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Saab Spyker

Spyker to sell its supercars through Saab dealerships

Spyker Cars is enjoying the perks of owning SAAB and their dealer network as they have just announced that they will be using it to sell their own products as well. That might make for an interesting day out if you tell your wife you’re going to buy a sensible Swedish creation but you manage

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