Weekend Roundup: Automobile Magazine for your iPad, 2011 Chrysler 300 Unveiled

strong>iPad Application Now Available for Automobile Magazine

So, you expect to get an iPad for Christmas and need some help figuring out which apps to download come Christmas morning? This week, we launched our iPad application that enhances our articles by adding multimedia including road-test video, audio commentary, and even more photos. The January issue is available in the iTunes store free of charge. The February issue is also available at our standard $3.99 price.

Lamborghini Aventador Order Guide Leaked, Sprints from 0 to 60 Mph in 2.9 Seconds

Lamborghini ended production on its Murcielago earlier this year, but it will soon start making its replacement, the Aventador. We took a spin in the 690-horsepower Lambo a few weeks ago, but a newly leaked order guide reveals even more information about the Italian bull. According to the leaked brochure, the new 6.5-liter V-12 rockets the 3472-pound supercar from 0 to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds. On a side note, Lamborghini has secured a reported 50 pre-orders for the Aventador in Singapore alone.

U.S.-Spec 2012 Ford C-Max Unveiled

We’ve known Ford’s C-Max would be making its way this side of the pond for over a year now, but only now has the automaker revealed its specifications. Although named the C-Max here, the U.S.-bound MPV is based on the larger Grand C-Max as it’s called abroad. Dual sliding doors and seating for seven in a fairly compact package give the C-Max respectable credentials. The C-Max is scheduled to arrive sometime in late 2011 as a 2102 model, with pricing starting somewhere around $20,000.

Chrysler Reveals 2011 300 Sedan Before Detroit Debut

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2011 Ford Fiesta

2011 Ford Fiesta

MSRP $15,500 SE Hatchback


28 City / 37 Hwy

Safety (NHTSA):


Horse Power:

120 @ 6000