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Refined, not redefined.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy, Lamborghini planned an exhibition at the Chiostro del Bramante museum in Rome.
Having kids changes a guy’s life.
Can there truly ever be too much of a good thing?
We first saw the dramatic liquid-silver Mercedes-Benz A-Class three-door hatch concept in person at this year’s New York Auto Show and now it appears that Carscoop has obtained official production sketches of the 5-door version.
Long-term vision vs. short-term results?
Green and go in Switzerland
Let it snow
And GM kills it
The previously announced deal between Saab-Spyker and Chinese automaker Hawtai Motor Group is apparently no more.
From the harshest Scandinavian winters to cruising with the wind in your hair in 70 degree beach weather, the Saab convertible has been one of the most iconic drop-tops in automotive history.
Ford Compares Wages with Competitors
Ford is once again concentrating on the wage gap that currently exists between its United Auto Workers
employees and non-union workers employed at competing manufacturers.
To attract more buyers to the brand’s pre-owned cars, Cadillac will pay the first three monthly payments and is offering interest rates as low as 1.9 percent to buyers of certified models.
A.K.A. a rear-wheel-drive Gallardo coupe & a lightweight Gallardo ragtop.
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the BMW 328 Roadster, and BMW Classic is celebrating by entering 12 original cars in the Mille Miglia race in Italy.
General Motors’ bankruptcy disrupted the lives and benefits of many retirees, but one group of former executives is looking to reclaim what was formerly theirs.
It’s like the rumor that won’t die: reports have emerged (again) that the next-generation C7 Chevrolet Corvette will have its engine migrate from front to middle.
Toyota’s fourth-quarter results may have fallen from $1.38 billion last year to just $314 million, but the company still posted net revenues of $23 billion for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2011.
A Mercedes-Benz Sprinter commercial van would seem to be a much more logical vehicle for emergency medical service companies looking to add a vehicle with a three-pointed star to its fleet.
The RDX is not aging well.
The 2012 BMW M5 is scheduled to reach our shores this fall and the automaker has released another teaser video of what’s to come.
Kia hopes to continue the success of the 2011 Optima sedan with a fuel-sipping hybrid model, which hits American dealerships this June.
Just like the prevention of forest fires, improving your vehicle’s efficiency and fuel economy falls squarely upon you — the way you drive, when you drive, and where you drive all factor into how much fuel your vehicle drinks.
Italian coachbuilder Zagato will work with Aston Martin to develop a new car, previewed by this teaser photo.