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Much like the fresh Alfa Romeo4C, the approaching Alfa Romeo Spider will sport a modern style mated with a lightweight body when it arrives the market in late 2015.
Early aggregate stats taken from the MyFord Mobile app demonstrates that Ford plug-in hybrid models are being driven in electric mode just 60 % of the time.
Shelby American has informed that 2013 will be the final year of availability for the Shelby GT350, with the automaker taking fresh orders through December 31, 2013.
GM has informed that it has fired its main powertrain executive, Sam Winegarden, over issues in the American brand’s emission tests in India.
A few days ago, the Grand-Am Racing series goes to Indianapolis Auto Speedway for the Brickyard Grand Prix and will tag the very first time a diesel vehicle has run at the legendary track since the 1952 Indianapolis 500.
Honda is providing a limited-edition performance pack planned to upgrade its V6 Accord Coupe.
VW is still committed to take a mid-size SUV to the North American market, in an effort to present a fresh high-volume car to the company.
The guillotine has publically fallen, axing the future of the Nissan Altima Coupe.
Renault and Caterham have united forces to resurrect the fabulous Alpine and our photographers managed to get some pictures of an early test mule for the vehicle.
Hyundai Motor America is thinking over the addition of a fresh little crossover to its model lineup, according to CEO John Krafcik.
The refreshed 2015 Chrysler 200 will launch manufacture in early 2014 at the company’s Sterling Heights assembly factory, the same place where a midsize sedan meant to substitute the Dodge Avenger will be assembled.
Ford’s plan to implement an aluminum body in its next-gen F-150 is moving forward as planned.
Mercedes-Benz is thinking over where to manufacture its next-gen CLA Class, despite the fact that the model has just been presented onto the market.
Now that the fresh 2014 Lexus IS has hit the market, the Japanese brand is working on the Lexus IS F Coupe, and CarsBase’s photographers have just detected one testing.
Mazda’s broken ties with Ford and recent change to a single, scalable platform have produced a range of noteworthy products, but there’s one main question mark left in the automaker’s portfolio.
Nissan’s hack-and-slash pricing strategy for the Leaf electric model is working well. Moreover, it might be working even better.
Nissan just uncovered the first nameplate to be sold under its resurrected Datsun brand: the Go.
Planning to rival with BMW’s front-wheel drive compact crossover, Audi might soon provide a utility model based on the A3 sedan.
The NHTSA has started a preliminary examination into 2008 and 2009 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedans over complaints that the rear taillights and turn signals have been crashing.