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It appears that the Germans are jumping on the “four-door coupe” bandwagon hard and fast. After witnessing the success that Mercedes-Benz has had with its slinky CLS, Porsche has been readying its Panamera sedan. Likewise, BMW is after a slice of the pie. The
Add another car to your “must-see” list of cars to be shown at the Frankfurt International Auto Show: Mazda has announced they will be bringing their completely redesigned Mazda6 to the party in Germany this fall.
Add another car to your “must-see” list of vehicles to be shown at the Frankfurt International Auto Show: Mazda has announced they will be bringing their completely redesigned Mazda6 to the party in Germany this fall.
A special version of the super small, super stingy Smart Fortwo will be shown at this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show. Called the Micro Hybrid Drive, the car’s trick feature is its stop/go function to lower emissions and increase gas mileage.
The Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan is still fresh news following its introduction just a few months ago. That has not stopped Mercedes from preparing the second model in the lineup – the wagon you see pictured here. No real surprises here, with the utilitarian bo
These shots represent the latest stage in development of Porsche’s upcoming Panamera sedan. For the first time, Porsche’s engineers have removed a large quantity of plastic camouflage and cladding to reveal some of the body work lurking underneath. Specificall
Everyone remembers the bright green Volkswagen IROC Concept from last year. It ROC(k)ed our world with its bulging muscular fenders and sweeping roofline, making us long for the moment when the Scirocco successor would finally land back in a VW showroom.
It appears that Volkswagen is a glutton for punishment, as a test mule for the next Phaeton has been spotted running around. We’re frankly surprised that the automaker is attempting a second round for the car at all, considering the pitiful sales of the first
Sometimes it’s hard to be impressed when a sportier version of an existing model debuts, particularly when the base model is already impressive. Take the new Bentley Continental GT Speed for example. Its top speed is 4 mph faster than the regular GT. Yawn. Its
Frankly, there’s not a whole heck of a lot going on over at GMC this year. That’s understandable, since its model lineup underwent such big changes in 2007 when all models, except for the ancient Envoy and people-hauler Savanna, were almost completely redesign
There are two important updates for 2008 Chevy cars. The first is the redesign of the mid-size Malibu sedan. The new Malibu is a bit bigger on the outside than the outgoing model, and substantially larger on the inside as well – thanks to a stretched wheelbase
Platinum baby! As if it were lacking in previous years, Cadillac has brightened up its lineup for 2008 with more sparkle than ever. And bringing a large portion of that sparkle is the availability of platinum packages on the STS, DTS, and XLR roadster. Platinu
It was not that long ago that Buick had a huge lineup of cars, all of them similar in their mission and target consumer. For the 2008, there are just three vehicles with Buick badges on them, a sign that the manufacturer is attempting to focus its offerings.
Take a regular Mini, stretch it like taffy, slap on some funky doors, and presto! You have the new Clubman. Read about it at Automobile Magazine online.
Mitsubishi is getting in on the Frankfurt Auto Show action early this year by sending us sketches of a new a vehicle they’re planning to show there. Called the Concept-cX, Mitsubishi calls it a “new-generation compact SUV,” but its main focus is to showcase a
Mitsubishi will launch the next generation Evolution this fall. While we know what the car will look like, details on its driveline have been a bit sketchy. To tide us over until the car is released, Mitsu has sent us a few morsels of information to savor rega
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