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There’s a new measure for what is considered “American” vehicle and this year it gives the title back to U.S. brands.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Porsche, the German auto brand has revealed its brand-new 911 RSR race model which will be accompanied this race season by the Porsche AG Team Manthey works section.
Nissan might take a serious run at the U.S. light truck market when it reveals the next gen Titan.
Fiat has declared prices for the 2013 500e, with MSRP starting with $32,500 while the lease is offered only at $199 per month for 36 months with $999 due at signing.
Constructed to enlarge Mercedes-Benz’s demand, the brand-new CLA will be on sale in fall in the US starting with $29,900.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk spent a day in Texas advancing that the electric car brand be allowed to sell its products directly to the customers.
Despite Audi will give US a poor preview of the brand-new A3 sedan at the 2013 New York Auto Show, the German auto brand confirmed that the car will officially debut at the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show in China.
Ford is coming to the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show with 23 cars, a new model is among them, making its worldwide debut.
Audi engineers are hard at work on the 2014 A4, planning to make the sedan lighter and more stylish to further differentiate it from the upcoming A3 sedan.
As if Bugatti’s Veyron Grand Sport wasn’t extravagant or unique enough, the ultra-exotic auto manufacturer has unveiled a truly one-of-a-kind vehicle dubbed the L’Or Blanc.
Unintended acceleration became a buzzword in when more than 14 million Toyota vehicles were recalled in 2009 and 2010 for unintended acceleration. Some of the resulting disputes are still being settled.
The Nissan Altima, a vehicle for a long time not considered to be a competitor for the top place, announced the sales to begin in March among middle-size sedans, removing the Toyota Camry.
The hottest Jaguar’s coupe, the XKR-S GT, was shown today on the stage of the 2013 New York Auto Show.
Ford, Chrysler and General Motors create profitable business out of light-duty pickup vehicles, but they ignore previously agreed measuring tests and towing capacity standards.
The 2014 Silverado’s statistics will be based on Chevy’s tests, not those developed by SAE.
The Camaro Z28: bigger engine and higher price, that means less sales but more zoom.
Patrick George discussed recent General Motors trademarks for the Chevelle name. After a short discussion regarding trademark process, George made a conclusion; the Chevelle name may find the way out by attaching to something less deserving, like Dodge’s C-segment vehicle ended up with the Dart moniker. But there is also a light ray for optimists.
Cadillac has showed brand new 2014 CTS sedan, the fate of the CTS coupe and wagon will be debated.
Toyota RAV4 platform will be used for hybrid-powered vehicle.