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Porsche Goes Down Easy

Porsche Goes Down Easy

A couple of weeks ago at the Shanghai Motor Show, Porsche's head of sales and marketing, Klaus Berning, said that developing a new car for the 911 demographic would be peachy-keen in his book. At the time, we speculated that Porsche might be looking to revive the long-lost 928 using the Panamera's... read more

May 7, 2009 by  - 2
 
Porsche 928

Porsche 928 Reborn. Maybe.

Remember the Porsche 928--the V8 grand tourer that was killed of in 1995, mostly because of unmet sales benchmarks? It may not have achieved the level of popularity of, say... read more April 21, 2009 by  1


 
Mitsubishi i-MiEV

Mitsubishi i-MiEV: Coming To An Electrical Outlet Near You...Eventually

The electric vehicles are coming, y'all. In addition to the many "sure things" we've already mentioned--like the Chevy Volt, the Tesla Model S, and the Nissan EV we discussed... read more April 10, 2009 by  3


 
2010 Hyundai Equus

Start Spreadin' The News: Hyundai Equus Slouches Toward The States

When you're in the news biz, your ears tend to perk up when you hear phrases like "off the record" or "just between us". That's why we got a little giddy when we came across... read more April 10, 2009 by  0


 
2008 Ford Explorer America Concept

Car-Based 2011 Ford Explorer Rumored For Chicago Assembly

It's looking like the 2011 Ford Explorer will be produced at the same Chicago factory that assembles the Ford Taurus X. This has fueled speculation that the next-gen Explorer... read more March 30, 2009 by  0


 
Tesla Model S unveiling

Tesla Model S Electric Sedan Unveiled Today In LA Rocket Factory

Tesla motors has talked and teased its all-electric Model S sedan to death. But today at noon, Pacific Time, the official unveil goes down in Los Angeles. Location: "a... read more March 26, 2009 by  0


 
2005 Toyota Celica 3dr LB GT Manual (Natl) Angular Rear Exterior View

Toyota + Subaru = Celica?

Remember the Toyota Celica, that coupe preferred by tennis jocks, Tri-Delts, and recent divorcées? The company stopped cranking them out in 2005, but rumor has it that the... read more March 24, 2009 by  6


 
Aston Martin Grill

Aston Martin Lagonda Unveil For Geneva Motor Show

Aston Martin greenlighted its Lagonda resurrection back in the fall, and we hear now that the Geneva Motor Show will provide a first glimpse of the car's form. The auto world... read more February 18, 2009 by  2


 
2008 Cadillac Provoq Concept

GM-Volt.com Spreads Cadillac E-REV Rumor

According to GM-Volt.com, the most likely vehicle to next roll forth on electric power alone from GM's studios is a Cadillac of some sort, perhaps based on the next-gen SRX... read more December 18, 2008 by  1


 
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White House Hints at "Orderly Way to Do Bankruptcies"

This morning White House spokeswoman Dana Perino claimed that the Bush administration is very close to a decision on how to prevent further disaster to the Big Three who... read more December 18, 2008 by  4


 
Jeep American Flag

Fed Assistance for Big Three Could Come Tomorrow

The Bush White House could give automakers access to the financial industry $700 billion bailout monies as early as tomorrow, according to Automotive News. A Treasury... read more December 16, 2008 by  2


 
Private Jet

GM Nixes Corporate Jet Fleet

Whether it's just more cost-cutting for the cash-strapped giant, posturing before Congress to ensure its share of billions in the hotly contested domestic auto bailout, or... read more December 2, 2008 by  1


 
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Senate Republicans Likely to Target UAW's "Jobs Bank" This Week

As the Big Three trudge back to Washington tomorrow to make their carefully tailored plans for federal assistance, Automotive News says that Republicans are likely to request... read more December 1, 2008 by  15


 
2009 BMW X6

BMW M Engines Going Turbo

Citing tougher emissions regulations, better fuel efficiency, and greater torque production from a smaller package, "well placed Munich insiders have said" that naturally... read more November 28, 2008 by  3


 
Saturn logo

GM Might Kill Saturn, Pontiac, Saab Says Rumor Mill

According to Bloomberg News on Wednesday, by way of Detroit News, GM is considering eliminating its Saturn, Pontiac, and Saab divisions. The move would ostensibly help it... read more November 28, 2008 by  18


 
Odometer

Carfax Warns: Odometer Rollbacks on the Rise

Remember the failed odometer rollback attempt in the '80s flick Ferris Bueller's Day Off? Well it seems that the electronic age has made such attempts both more numerous and... read more November 25, 2008 by  5


 

 
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