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Bentley Drifts Back to Top Tier

Bentley Drifts Back to Top Tier

It’s back to basics at Bentley. That is, of course, if you consider cars costing upwards of $250,000 basic transportation. Since splitting off from its long-time partner, Rolls-Royce, the British automaker has moved down-market, emphasizing an assortment of products highlighted by the Bentley...

April 11, 2007 by
Kasey Kahne

Fan Gets Dream Job: Kahne’s Right Hand

Thanks to a fun Chrysler PR stunt, one NASCAR fan will spend a week answering phones, lining up photo ops, and probably settling a bill or two at Hooters for racer Kasey... read more March 12, 2007 by 0

2008 Audi S5

A5 Breeding a New Range of Audis

Last week, the world took its first look at the Audi A5 and S5, two coupes that will play a big role in boosting Audi’s image around the world. But underneath, the cars’... read more March 10, 2007 by 0

Alan Mulally

Ford Hands Out Small Bonuses

Here’s a twist you’ll never see on The Apprentice. Despite losing $10.7 billion in 2006, Ford Motor Co.’s board of directors will pay bonuses to all of its employees... read more March 8, 2007 by 0

2007 Mazda2

Ford Fiesta Headed to U.S.

The next generation of Ford’s massively popular European B-segment hatchback, the Fiesta, will come to theUSA. The company hinted at the move during its Geneva press... read more March 6, 2007 by 0

Lexus LC production at Toyota Motomachi Plant in Aichi, Japan

February Sales Roll In

General Motors and Toyota Motor Corp, which are dueling for industry leadership, paced industry sales during February as Ford and Chrysler continued to lose ground. Ford was... read more March 1, 2007 by 0

2008 Ford F-250 Super Duty

Ford Needs Global Marketing Chief

Ford Motor Co. is conducting a search for a global marketing chief, say Ford officials. The company has historically staffed its marketing regionally. Cisco Codina, for... read more March 1, 2007 by 0

2007 Ford Fusion

Signs of Life at Ford?

Ford's sales were down 13 percent in February, but it could be there are signs, like crocuses popping up through the snows of March, of momentum at the struggling automaker... read more March 1, 2007 by 0

2003 Cadillac Sixteen concept

Lutz: Camaro Gear Could Spawn Big Caddy

Could the same rear-wheel-drive platform General Motors Corp. plans to use for the new Chevrolet Camaro also be used for a new rear-wheel-drive and/or all-wheel-drive... read more February 25, 2007 by 0

Smart wind turbine

Smart Harnesses the Wind

Smart is boosting its credentials as an eco-friendly manufacturer by leasing around 100 electric versions of the fortwo as city runabouts in theU.K. It’s a toe-in-the-water... read more February 15, 2007 by 0

2008 Ford Five Hundred

Taurus, Sable Return to Ford Lineup

The Ford Taurus only recently ended its two-decade run in the Ford lineup – but this week in Chicago the Taurus nameplate is being revived. Mark Fields, Ford's President of... read more February 8, 2007 by 0

2005 Toyota Prius

Cash Back on the Prius?

Toyota has begun to offer some rebates on its Prius hybrid. The rebates began in late January and are part of a broader campaign to sell more Priuses to American consumers... read more February 8, 2007 by 0

2007 Kia Rondo SX Concept

Kia Heats up the Rondo with SX

What happens when you take Kia’s new Rondo crossover vehicle and pump it up with a cold air induction system and dual catback exhaust? You come up with the new Rondo SX... read more February 8, 2007 by 0

2007 Kia Rondo SX Concept

Kia Goes from Cheap to Passionate

by Kate McLeod Just as the Japanese did so many years ago, the Koreans jumped into the American car market by selling small cars at low prices. Customers got what they paid... read more February 6, 2007 by 0

2007 Ford Mondeo

Ford: Euro Cars Could Sell Here

Can Ford bring European cars toNorth America to solve its current crises? Ford reported a record loss of $12.7 billion for 2006, and more red ink is expected in 2007 and... read more February 5, 2007 by 0

2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Jan. Sales Slump in Detroit

Toyota started 2007 as the nation's number-two automaker, as Ford continued to lose ground not only to its Japanese rival but also to DaimlerChrysler AG, which managed to... read more February 1, 2007 by 0


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