April 20, 2024

Porsche Ready to Launch 4-Cylinder Unit Models

The Porsche German based supercar maker has announced its intentions of launching a new model Porsche sporting a four-cylinder unit, which indicates that future means innovation and adapting new modern concepts. More than that, there are rumors stating that the Automaker has already made the first units with the four-cylinder units, with the supercar sporting

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Subaru BRZ STI coming soon but missing something

It was day one. We had just found out about how incredibly interesting Toyobaru coupe was being developed we were hoping they wouldn’t mess it up. They didn’t. Both Toyota and Subaru came up with a great sports car and it is a product of very easy to love engineering levels. One slight niggle about

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Hyundai Tuning

SEMA to host Hyundai Veloster that goes to 11

SEMA is a huge and important car show that goes on in America only it’s not really the playground of major manufacturers, instead it’s were tuners and customizers get to showoff. Recently however, we’ve been seing more of a presence from the manufacturers and it seems like this year that’s not about to change, especially

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Ford F-150 buyers go for the EcoBoost in big numbers

It took the status of a market leader, some of the most aggressive pickup truck marketing out there and an actually damn good car to do it but it’s done. Americans are finally starting to accept smaller engines and turbocharging and this is all thanks to the EcoBoost powered Ford F-150.

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2012 Hyundai Veloster speeds towards delivery

The model year rush is really going over our heads and it seems like in a world where delays keep coming around, the Koreans are beating everybody to the punch. In this situation, the 2012 Hyundai Veloster, a car that’s relatively new since it just had a debut a few months ago in Detroit, is

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Alfa Romeo

Alfa Romeo’s U.S. return to be helped along by the 4C GTA

The Italians at Alfa Romeo came up with a promise to make a return to the U.S. market but since then, they’ve been seriously taking their time to do so. Our latest of news see them pushing the date back to 2013, don’t worry though, there is some softener with that blow.

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2012 Dodge Charger to get a 1.75 liter engine?

Chrysler took some flak for ruining the Dodge Charger name in stamping it onto a sedan but since then people have sort of taken a liking to it. The 2012 version of the Dodge Charger may bring back the hate, especially when General Lee enthusiasts find out what engine will be powering the new one.

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Ford hits hot supermini market with the Fiesta ST

There was a time when hot hatchbacks ruled the world, since then however things have changed. Hot hatches went out of fashion and came back in but not in the same manner. In between the legislation making them impossible to get and safety criteria weighing down the cars, youngsters wanting a fast and very small

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Kia Sportage brings turbocharging to Canadian masses

The Koreans have grown immensely over a recent period of time and this was based not only on great pricing but on better and better cars. While all of that is going on, the management is really conquering world, only sometimes, they get it wrong. Kia has given us a great example.

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Vauxhall Corsa VXR turns blue

You all knew that it was going to happen. Once the 2011 Opel/Vauxhall Corsa came about in economical mode, a new hot version was right around the corner. And this is it, it’s the Vauxhall Corsa VXR in Blue Edition.

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Subaru Tuning

Subaru Impreza WRX STI Cosworth CS400

The Subaru Impreza WRX STI has always been a darling of the tuning scene but this is different, this is in a different league all together. I’m making such a fuss because Cosworth isn’t the sort of company that got famous by hitting the cover of some tuning magazine sold to teens a couple of

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MG Zero Concept

Yet again, it’s the Beijing Motor Show that’s the event responsible for the announcement of this supermini concept car. MG, as we know, are owned by Chinese automotive manufacturer Nanjing so the launch being made here isn’t completely out of place.

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