February 6, 2023
Ferrari

Would You Spend Almost a Million Dollars for this Ferrari F12tdf?

The Ferrari F12tdf is indeed a limited edition supercar, perhaps one of the fewest that the Italian carmaker has ever created, and for some people out there dying to have it on their own collection, this would be just a bargain. And if “bargain” means spending 925,000 euros, then you are definitely throwing your money […]

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Nissan

2017 Nissan GT-R Track Edition Starts Sales This November from €118,900

Following a couple of day`s ago successful debut of the 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo at the Japanese Classic Car Show at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California, the carmaker has also announced the availability of a Nismo-based hardcore version in Europe, starting this November. The special vehicle is called the 2017 Nissan GT-R Track […]

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Opel

Opel Karl Rocks Starts Sails This Year`s End

German-based Opel carmaker has recently announced the latest details with the new Opel Karl Rocks mini-crossover, ahead its official unveiling at the 2016 Paris Motor Show, the model coming available in dealerships at the end of the year. From a visual standpoint, the Opel Karl Rocks really “rocks” the boat with a nice body styling […]

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Porsche

Yellow 2008 Porsche 911 (997) GT2 Is Up for Grabs, Cabin Is Fully Tweaked with Upgrades

Back in the old days, Porsche used to make extremely fast and powerful supercars, but with a terrifying sense of driving, as opposed to today`s generation, which makes them extremely easy and fun to drive. One standout model that gives you shivers down the spines when driving it is the 2008 911 (997) GT2, an […]

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BMW

2016 BMW M2 Coupe Starts Sales Next April, Prices Announced

The BMW German based carmaker has just announced the prices for the all-new 2016 BMW M2 Coupe unveiled a while ago, the cheapest price being set at 56,700 euros. The 2016 BMW M2 Coupe will start production this November, but deliveries will begin next April. The model will be first launched in Europe from 56,700 […]

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Tesla

Tesla Model X Officially Launched, Starts Sales in 2016

Good news for Tesla fans, as the company has finally launched the long expected Model X 7-seater at the carmaker`s Freemont plant, California. The first deliveries start next Spring. The Tesla Model X is the company`s first full electric SUV that will feature a stand-out design, with a sloping line, new LED headlights and taillights, […]

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Hyundai

Hyundai Elantra sets new sales record in US

We still love to think of Hyundai as having come out of nowhere. They’re still that small brand that seems to have always made poor cars. Nowadays and for the last couple of years or so, their rise to power seems to equal that of a fanatic dictator who will stop at nothing. In his […]

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VW

Volkswagen Routan production cut until summer 2013

Volkswagen’s road towards becoming the most successful and largest car maker in the world seems to be going quite straight. While the current market conditions have lead to a few bumps and potholes as certain models were delayed from being launched by their luxury brands. At least the more affordable models are not affected by […]

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Toyota

2013 Toyota RAV4 giving company high sales ambition

Toyota is quite ambitious about the sales of its freshly unveiled 2013 RAV4. Apparently, they’re serious. They’ve set a target and everything. The Japanese car maker wants to sell a quite impressive 200.000 units of the RAV4 throughout the time on market it will spend next year. Since the projections are of 170.000 customers to […]

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Lexus

Lexus HS 250h makes a comeback – not in the US

Lexus is run by Toyota. Toyota is run by a set of people you’d call clever to say the least. After all they run a very profitable business. Having thought along these lines you have to wonder, why on Earth are they doing with this newest version of the Lexus HS 250h? In the US […]

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Nissan

Nissan Leaf EV sales aren’t brilliant

Nissan are pretty pleased with themselves these days, but life is not exactly the nicest thing on Earth so they have to face the music. Despite recent unveiling of the facelifted version of their Leaf EV today and announcing the plan to auction off a GT-R in a couple of days, some bad news is […]

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Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Mirage to be sold in the United States

Just a week after Suzuki’s announcement about leaving the US market due to very low sales and unprofitable conditions, their rivals at Mitsubishi tell us they have big plans here. While Mitsubishi does still make compact and relatively light cars as Suzuki, they seem to have a different marketing plan and optimism about the US […]

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Honda

2013 Honda Civic facelift is ready and unveiled

At not that long last, the Japanese have come up with the unusually anticipated Honda Civic 2013 facelift version of the car. The 2012 modelyear had a few issues that seem to have been blown out of proportion by the critics. Among the most hated part of it we found the lack of change. Honda […]

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Honda

Honda expects Fit sales to hit the roof

Honda’s ambitions seem to be a lot higher since they’ve announced great progress to have been made with the production of their dream. The HondaJet is all nice and fascinating when it comes to the way rich folk will travel in the future but when it comes to us, things are less vertical. Stuff like […]

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Toyota

Californian best seller – the Toyota Prius

It was quite a while back but the memory is pretty clear. Toyota, a car company riding the wave was bringing the Prius, a hybrid, out into the eyes of the world. The car was relatively small, had little power, nothing you could call performance, but managed some serious fuel economy figures. Just about everybody […]

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VW

US version of Volkswagen Passat gets a new sales record

It wasn’t that long ago that Volkswagen fans got a hold of news that the German company is developing something called the NMS. The New Mid-size Sedan looked remarkably like the Passat but it was to receive various changes for the American market. In other words, they were going to make it worse. In order […]

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Gumpert

Gumpert files for bankruptcy

The current economical climate does seem to have hit the automotive enthusiasts with above average income quite hard recently. Even though every company in the world seems to be making a highly luxurious product nowadays and every high end brand is getting increased sales, Gumpert isn’t so fortunate. The German high end performance car maker […]

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Nissan

Nissan GTR in risk of being the last of its kind

There’s something easily described as trouble for a brand. It’s the finances. That’s what caused Nissan to move production of the Rogue crossover recently. But there’s something that could be trouble for a brand even if it actually ends up saving money. This is what can happen if these new rumors come true. There’s a […]

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Infiniti

Infiniti still want to make a supercar

Sure there are problems with economy in most part of the worlds and yes the price of oil these days seems to be aimed at supercar buyers only but it doesn’t matter. Luxury brands are still selling big and those that are falling behind in the race are actually thinking about stepping up. On such […]

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Lexus

Lexus looking into moving ES production to the States

Well here’s a surprise, large corporations owning car makers are now thinking of moving production to, instead of away from, the United States of America. In this case it’s a brand that’s very important to the American market, namely Toyota’s luxury division, Lexus. They’re thinking about the ES sedan to make the shift. Obviously, there […]

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