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Automatic models of C7 Corvette have been using a conventional automatic gearbox for six speeds so far. Recent SAE documents made it clear that further designs of the American carmaker will be modified.
Reducing sales figures and the success of other carmakers may lead to phasing out of Honda Insight.
January through March 2014 a limited edition of 2,000 Red Zone cars will join the product range of Kia dealerships.
Two important events coincided in Porsche this year: 50th birthday of 911 model and two-millionth ticket sold in the carmaker’s museum.
Renault proved once again that it's still the master of vehicle design, Renault has constructed the Captur urban crossover, which combines the practical characteristics of the Modus MPV and catchy appearance.
The BMW i8 hybrid supermodel is sold out until the beginning of 2015, despite the deliveries won’t start until the next year.
The vehicle will be produced in Sweden and petrol versions will be substituted with all-electric variants in 2014. Production will go on without a rush, informs the automaker.
The Chief of VW Group of America tells that the brand considers shipping the Amarok to the Northern America if the U.S. government removes the “Chicken Tax.”
Nissan North America is returning its 2013 NV200s due to a problem with the battery terminal fuse, which may even explode, forcing the car to stop immediately.
McLaren P13 photos uncovered, as the 911 Turbo competitor was spied testing recently.
Crossovers may soon overrun sedans as the go-to means of personal transportation around the developed world and Audi is going to stay at the forefront adding yet another utility model to its family.
Cadillac’s vice chief of global design, Ed Wellburn, tells that he doesn’t consider Lincoln to be a main rival to his brand.
To mark its anniversary, the VW Touareg will provide a unique version X vehicle based off the TDI Clean Diesel Lux trim.
As 2013 comes to the end, Lexus predicts that it’ll achieve a new worldwide sales record current year.
The VW Golf is a worldwide popular vehicle and it’s receiving one more trinket to its trophy box, conquering this year’s Car of the Year in Japan.
Porsche has uncovered a special edition for its 6-cylinder Cayenne version named the Platinum Edition.
Nissan is nowadays examining its fresh “Vehicle-to-Building” system, which provides up to six Nissan Leaf electric models to be connected and give electricity for a building’s power distribution board.
Audi has uncovered a next-gen Quattro model, but this time around we might actually see it head to production.
Honda will take part in the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) next season using Civic, however, this time the version of the car will be a wagon.