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Aston Martin loves a good race – and a good race car.
Ford was able to report a 14-percent sales increase for the month of February 2011, despite Lincoln’s sales continuing to be lackluster.
General Motors has more to cheer about this month, as it has repeated its January 2011 sales gain with a 49-percent year-over-year increase in the month of February.
There’s something in the water in Finland – or should we say, ice?
Volkswagen and Giugiaro have a long, storied history together, and it surprised few people when the automaker and Italian designer’s Italdesign studio joined forces last year.
After both being teased and leaked ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, Lamborghini has finally given the go-ahead to pull back the cover on its latest super car: the Aventador LP700-4.
After a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration investigation, Ford has reportedly agreed to recall 144,000 F-150 pickup trucks from the 2005-2006 model years.
Lamborghini has been planning the release of its upcoming Murcielago successor so carefully these past few months, dropping photos and information little by little until the full reveal at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
The first full images of Infiniti’s Etherea concept vehicle for the Geneva Motor Show have been released this morning, previewing a vehicle with design cues that are part hatchback, coupe, crossover, and sedan.
Italian automaker De Tomaso Automobili hasn’t had a presence in the market for several years now, but that seems likely to change by the time the Geneva Motor Show rolls around next month.
Small, sporty, two-door crossovers appear poised to be the next big niche vehicle and Renault is jumping on the bandwagon at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show next month.
Shelby American’s 2012 GT 350 is a vintage-inspired throwback to the days when the Ford Mustang was in its infancy and a race driver from Texas converted a batch into no-holds-barred race cars.
If Acura has made styling mistakes in the past, at least it can say it has learned from them.
From a performance version of an existing smaller model (IPL G Coupe), to an all-new hybrid drivetrain for its largest luxury sedan (2012 M35 Hybrid), Infiniti is moving in all directions in an effort to expand its market presence.
The 2012 Infiniti M35 Hybrid marks the introduction of a gasoline/electric vehicle to the brand’s lineup and the all-important fuel economy figures have just been announced.
Lamborghini ‘s all-new 700-horsepower-V-12-powered Murcielago successor (which we drove late last year) is scheduled for the Geneva Motor Show this March, and slowly but surely, details of the new supercar are reaching the public.
Six years ago, Ferrari broke ground on its first official Chinese dealership and today, the Italian automaker has announced that it sold nearly 300 cars in China during 2010.
Hyundai has just teased its upcoming 2012 Veloster in a big way, revealing the side profile of the soon-to-be-revealed sporty hatchback.
Cadillac could be the first luxury automaker out of the gate with an electric vehicle, if there is truth to recent reports.
Audi’s new A1 premium subcompact hatchback has been kept from U.S.
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