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Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn recently revealed the Renault’s six-year business plans and received criticism from investors that the plans were not aggressive enough.
What do you do after appearing in front of 106 million people at the Super Bowl?
Electronic Arts’ Need For Speed franchise chose to take a more realistic approach to racing games when it debuted Shift in 2009, facing games like Forza and Gran Turismo head on.
Earlier this month, General Motors revealed a holographic image of its forthcoming Opel Zafira Tourer Concept.
We’d heard rumors of KTM’s desire to bring its radical X-Bow (pronounced cross-bow) to the U.S.
It’s odd to see a Ferrari sliding through snow or sand, but thanks to its new four-wheel-drive system, that’s exactly what the new 2012 Ferrari FF is doing in a new promo video.
The dawn of the 2011 race season is upon us: NASCAR just kicked off its year with the Daytona 500, F1 teams are presently testing in Europe, Le Mans hopefuls are currently starting their training — and, of course, Cadillac Racing is prepping its new CTS-V Coupe racer for the SCCA World Challenge GT
Last January, Spyker and General Motors announced a deal for Spyker to buy GM’s struggling Saab unit.
Curious as to how well the miniscule Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric vehicle fares in a collision?
Want to park a 2012 Infiniti M35h in your garage?
All-new Volkswagen Golf Cabriolet uncovered before Geneva debut.
Smart has finally taken the wraps off the sporty little roadster.
Volkswagen hasn’t built a true Golf Cabriolet since 2003, but that doesn’t mean the company has abandoned the model.
Smart has finally taken the wraps off the sporty little roadster we previously caught in patent renderings.
The 2011 Chevrolet Cruze Eco model is designed to eke as much fuel economy from General Motors’ latest compact offering, but there may soon be another fuel-stingy Cruze variant heading to the United States.
Last year, we reported that the GMC Granite concept from the 2010 Detroit auto show was headed into production, but that news was later refuted by General Motors.
Despite facing a strong yen, Toyota has built and opened a new factory in Japan, marking its first new plant in its home country in over 20 years.
A stripped-down, hardcore take on the company’s beloved sports roadster.
There’s no arguing that a Lotus Elise is one of the most simple, pure sports carsv presently on the market, but apparently, it too can be further simplified.
Earlier this month, Fiat and Chrysler Group CEO Sergio Marchionne mentioned the possibility of Chrysler and Fiat eventually merging into one entity.
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