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Nissan Building Worldwide Momentum

Nissan Building Worldwide Momentum

Nissan kicked off the Geneva show this morning with its GT-R super sports car. Even though the stunning, long-anticipated sports car was unveiled in Tokyo and shown at L.A. and Detroit, its European debut attracted as much attention. Carlos Tavares, executive vice president of Nissan Motor Corp... read more

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Opel Dumping Vectra Name

Opel Dumping Vectra Name

September 13, 2007 1
Hyundai Veloster For Real?

Hyundai Veloster For Real?

September 13, 2007 0
2007 Renault Clio

Renault Wagons Up the Clio

The Renault Clio has been a massively popular supermini inEurope ever since its launch in 1991. It’s grown larger over the years too, with the current Clio III the biggest... read more August 10, 2007 by  0


Lamborghini Gets Its Own Stamp

There’s no better way of knowing you’ve made it than getting your image on a stamp. Now the Italian Post Office has honored Lamborghini by issuing a Lambo stamp... read more June 11, 2007 by  2

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Audi Going Down with A1

MINI’s got one. So does BMW, and so does Benz. Even Volvo has a small, small car—and now Audi’s lined up a place to build its own entry-level car. The... read more March 13, 2007 by  0


BLS: Caddy Gets Its First Wagon

It took only 104 years, but Cadillac has its first wagon—in the form of the handsomely proportioned BLS Wagon. You remember the BLS as the first Cadillac to share its... read more March 12, 2007 by  0


Audi U.S. Plant: So Is It 2012, Then?

With today’s news that Audi plans to take over a Volkswagen plant in Brussels, we can now officially begin speculating that Audi will build a plant in the U.S... read more March 12, 2007 by  0


The Week in Reverse

We’re so glad to be home from Geneva. In our short 48 hours on the ground, we saw a BMW M3 lightly guised as a concept, a passel of hookers on the formerly respectable Rue... read more March 11, 2007 by  0


If Magna Takes Chrysler, Benz is a “Fat Turkey”

While pocket protectors from supplier Magna and hedge funds Cerberus and Blackstone crawled all up into Chrysler Group’s underwear this past week and read their labels... read more March 11, 2007 by  1


Bugatti’s Bscher Out: Veyron Plus None

The Wall Street Journal confirms that Bugatti’s head Thomas Bscher has resigned. Bscher had been head of the Volkswagen Group’s most exclusive brand. His... read more March 11, 2007 by  0


MINI Clubman: The Name Sounds Familiar

For almost two years, reports out of Oxford said the long-wheelbase MINI was going to be called the Traveller. Concepts came and went—and we waited, and waited, and the... read more March 8, 2007 by  1


Sebring: Two Tops, Two Continents

Chrysler intends to launch the new Sebring convertible in Europe about the same time it debuts in the home, North American market, part of the company’s effort to grow... read more March 7, 2007 by  0

2007 Daihatsu Materia

Daihatsu Plays Scion xB Again

Europeans are aware of the success of Scion in theUnited States, even if the brand isn’t sold on the Continent. The Scion xB has been especially noted, since there is... read more March 6, 2007 by  0


The Week in Reverse

And the winner is…Tupelo, Miss. For all the states that missed on Toyota’s latest plant—don’t worry, they’re like trains, there’s another... read more March 2, 2007 by  0


TVR Out of Russian Hands, Again

The convoluted saga of Britain’s TVR sportscars has taken another U-turn, as Russian owner Nikolai Smolenski says he will sell off the company to a pair of... read more February 28, 2007 by  0


Saab Recalls 60 Years of Cars

GM’s Swedish arm Saab is celebrating 60 years of car-making this summer. The first vehicle, the “Ur-Saab” (pictured), was revealed to the automotive world on... read more February 27, 2007 by  3


Will the U.S. Get Just One Smart?

Smart is bringing its two-seat city cars to the U.S. via UnitedAutoGroup. And in Europe, all sorts of special-edition smarts are offered - like the BRABUS twins coming to the... read more February 22, 2007 by  0


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