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The Week in Reverse

The Week in Reverse

GM is making Trax for New York. The new 1.0-liter city-car concept is part of a trio designed in Korea for GM’s global empire. All we can say is, thank goodness it’s not a shrunken-down caricature of an American car. Not everyone can be MINI-cute. Ford says it’s bringing back the King of the... read more

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Benz Hits NYC With 604-HP AMG CL

All the letters could throw you off—but the numbers coming out of Benz’ new CL65 AMG clear it all up. Your sinuses, that is. The stunning 604 hp emanating from... read more March 29, 2007 by 0


 

EX Concept for Infiniti Is, Ironically, On

If we had an EX concept, we’d want to put it out of our lives, start dating again, burn all the letters it ever sent to us, and made rude gestures with the stuffed... read more March 28, 2007 by 2


 

NISMO Tunes the Z

Nissan’s NISMO group has done all the non-obvious cars. Hell, even the Frontier’s been tweaked like a perp on Cops. Now the Z will finally get the aftermarket... read more March 28, 2007 by 1


 
2007 Infiniti EX Concept

Infiniti EX Concept Takes on X3

Infiniti’s concept EX has broken cover before theNew York auto show, and sources say the new concept has been designed to take on the likes of BMW’s X3 and the Acura RDX... read more March 28, 2007 by 0


 

Caddy Donates Big Eight to H2

Cadillac’s awfully generous these days. It’s slapped its name on a Saab 9-3, it’s lending its marvy multivalve V-6 to Buick and Saturn, and now it’s... read more March 27, 2007 by 0


 

Eight Cylinders, and the H3 Makes More Sense

Pardon us for not getting too excited about the HUMMER H3. We tried five-cylinders back in the Audi days and in terms of power and sex appeal, “flat” became a... read more March 27, 2007 by 0


 
2007 Hyundai Concept Genesis

Hyundai Details Concept Genesis

The Genesis concept is the first preview of the “future architecture and design of a rear-wheel drive premium sports sedan scheduled to grace the Hyundai lineup in 2008,”... read more March 26, 2007 by 0


 
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2007 New York Show Preview: Taxi!

While we await the Cadillac V-12 concept and Ford’s new Flex not-minivan, taxi enthusiasts — is there such a thing? — are eagerly planning their visits to the upcoming... read more March 23, 2007 by 0


 

Flex: Ford Banks on Not-Minivans

Ford is crossover heavy, what with the Escape, Edge and Freestyle. But it’s not minivan-heavy, and that’s something the Blue Oval hopes to correct later this year... read more March 22, 2007 by 1


 
2005 Ford Fairlane concept

Ford Flex Replacing Minivan in NY

The Dow Jones newswires reports that Ford’s new crossover vehicle, loosely based on the Fairlane concept from the 2005 Detroit show, will be shown in production-ready form... read more March 22, 2007 by 0


 

Callaway’s Latest Spin on the ‘Vette: C16 Cabrio

“Callaway is bringin’ it!” someone just told me over my shoulder, staring at this pic of the new Callaway C16 Cabrio. What they’re bringing, we... read more March 21, 2007 by 1


 

The Week in Reverse

Blind item: which Detroit designer’s feeling the heat? Which NYC-based auto exec is plotting his own swan dive? More to the point, how long before folks mistake us for the... read more March 18, 2007 by 0


 

Vibe Getting “G” On in NYC?

We’ve been planning for the next coming of the Pontiac Vibe in lots of ways—pulling out our Vibe-themed centerpiece for the holiday table, composing Vibe haiku... read more March 15, 2007 by 1


 

Honda Stretching Out Another Sportscar

Honda's pretty good about stretching product cycles, but what happened to the Acura NSX should be argument enough for euthanasia. Now Honda says it's keeping the S2000 alive... read more March 13, 2007 by 0


 

And Now It's Lexus Angling on New York

We've barely put down our eggy Caesar salad to come back to TCC HQ and find out that the new Lexus LX 570 will show up in New York - probably not like us, sleeping on a steam... read more March 13, 2007 by 0


 

 
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