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Brooklands Half Sold Out Already

Brooklands Half Sold Out Already

What Bentley says is the world’s most exclusive coupe made its North American debut in New York with the news that in the four weeks since customers first viewed Brooklands, more than half of the first year’s production of about 140 cars are now reserved. During its three-year production...

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2008 Audi S5

Audi A5/S5 Creating a Halo

The Big Apple is getting its first look at Audi’s new coupe. At an invitation-only gathering for dealers, executives – and a few media scribes – the automaker pulled... read more April 4, 2007 by 0

2007 Cadillac Escalade

Have Carmakers Lost the CO2 Argument?

The U.S. Supreme Court may have sounded the death knell for the large sport-utility vehicle and set theU.S. on a path that will require carmakers to sell smaller, lighter... read more April 3, 2007 by 0

2008 Infiniti G37 Coupe

Nissan Boosting Fuel Econ with VVEL

Nissan says its new variable valve timing system will cut emissions of carbon dioxide in new engines by as much as ten percent. The system, dubbed VVEL (Variable Valve Event... read more April 3, 2007 by 0

2007 Lincoln MKX

Lincoln Making Sirius Standard

Virtually all 2008Lincoln products will come with Sirius satellite radio as standard equipment – including a six-month, pre-paid subscriptions to the music and talk... read more April 3, 2007 by 0

2007 Shelby GT-H Convertible

Shelby GT-H Convertible Goes for $250K

With a $250,000 sale under its belt, the Ford Shelby GT-H convertible will sidle into this week’s New York auto show ready to roll out to Hertz rental fleets nationwide... read more April 2, 2007 by 0

Volvo S90 sedans being transported via One Belt, One Road

EPA Can Regulate CO2, Supremes Say

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled on a case that could influence future White House policy on global warming. In the case — in which the state of Connecticut and eleven... read more April 2, 2007 by 0

Dieter Zetsche 2007 Geneva

DC Meeting: Shareholder Showdown

DaimlerChrysler AG executives face a showdown with their shareholders inBerlin this week — and the confrontation is likely to be a serious test of Dieter Zetsche’s... read more April 1, 2007 by 0

Chrysler pentastar

C&A: A Cautionary Tale for Chrysler?

When David Stockman showed up Detroit in the late 1990s with a pocketful of money from some big-time backers and some of the cash he earned as one of the first partners of... read more April 1, 2007 by 0

2008 Cadillac CTS

Cadillac Lights the Way with New CTS

Think of Cadillac and the image you’re most likely to come up with is that of the classic, finned Eldorado, with its long, lean taillights. Lighting has played an important... read more March 28, 2007 by 0

2008 Dodge Sprinter

DC Plugs In Sprinter Vans

DaimlerChrysler has announced that it will put a fleet of 20 plug-in hybrid-electric vehicles (PHEVs) onU.S. streets and highways between now and the first quarter of next... read more March 28, 2007 by 0

Buick Supers

Buick Powers “Supers” With V-8s

Coming next from Buick: two “Super” models powered by two different V-8 engines. GM confirms that the 2008 Buick LaCrosse Super and the 2008 Buick Lucerne Super will be... read more March 27, 2007 by 0

White House Detroit meeting

Detroit Meets with President Bush, Again

Facing mounting pressure from both automakers and environmentalists, President George W. Bush met with leaders of Detroit ’s automakers Monday, reviewing an assortment of... read more March 26, 2007 by 0

Chrysler pentastar

Chrysler Soap Opera Churns On

DaimlerChrysler, the soap opera that makes cars and trucks as a sideline, keeps squeezing out more dramatics in its latest story thread involving a possible sale of the... read more March 25, 2007 by 0

2003 Cadillac Sixteen, Detroit Auto Show

GM Expands Rear-Drive Plans

General Motors’ plans for new rear-wheel-drive cars are continuing to grow and could be stretched to include the revival of the GTO coupe. Not all the programs have been... read more March 25, 2007 by 0

2008 Aston Martin V8 Vantage Roadster

Aston Breaks Out from Ford’s Shadow

Two decades after it was purchased, broke and near collapse, by the Ford Motor Co., Aston is becoming an independent auto manufacturer once again. To some, it may seem a big... read more March 25, 2007 by 0


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