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Shadowing parent Hyundai, Kia has been steadily developing their brand in recent years, and offerings such as the Optima and Soul have been impressive when tested. The bottom line seems to be that Kia offers the same as Honda or Toyota, but at a better price. With prices starting at $54k, Kia are boldly stepping beyond Honda/Toyota and into the premium luxury sedan sector with the K900. So, is this Kia a credible alternative to a second hand Benz S-Class?
Ferdinand Piech can be credited for many things during his long tenure at Volkswagen, from building the VW brand empire to approving the sensationally stunning Bugatti Veyron hypercar. His mark on the company will certainly be noticed for a long time. However, Volkswagen revealed that it has delayed the introduction of the next generation Phaeton, another car that was spearheaded by Piech.
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Following conflicting rumors about the future of the company's plans to produce the 16C Galiber Concept, Bugatti has officially confirmed that it has killed the idea of a production version of the four door once and for all. Bugatti wants to sharpen its focus on the high-end limited-production luxury market, especially with regards to creating a successor for the Bugatti Veyron.
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In an announcement that received little fanfare, Smart has revealed that it has stopped production of the fortwo electric drive EV in a step to help prepare for full production of the next generation smart fortwo.
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If you only had a crystal ball, you could have avoided some mistakes that came back to haunt you later when you had gained additional knowledge. Along these lines, I would imagine that just about everyone has sold something that they wish they had back at some point in time.
I'm a fan of old things of all kinds, because they carry history with them. Of course, I love classic cars, and I write about them often on this blog.
Search engines have come a long way over the years, and, like a lot of things, these innovations are fueled by monetary motivations. Why do search engines exist in the first place? The answer is that they want to sell advertising, and they do it in very subtle ways.
The 2016 Lexus LX570 is a cross between a big, cushy luxury sedan, and a... mountain goat. This ridiculously capable, leather-lined behemoth sits at the pinnacle of the luxury SUV world, challenged only by the equally capable (and expensive) 2015 Range Rover and 2015 Mercedes G550. And, for 2016, this opulent Off-Road Suite has been given some styling enhancements, along with a raft of tech goodies. Let's check it out...
You certainly have to respect the engineering efforts when a particular automotive model becomes legendary for its longevity. I have quite a bit of mileage on me at this point, and, back in the day, when I was coming up in the 1970s, the Dodge Dart's ability to take a lickin' and keep on tickin' was legendary.
Providing perhaps the best glimpse into teenage driving habits yet, a new study reveals that more teens text and drive when driving alone, and that some of this activity involves responding to their parents. The main reason for teens' distracted driving is 'fear of missing out', the feelding that they need to stay connected at all times, and often at all costs.
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Preston Tucker is a very important figure who holds an intriguing place in the history of American automobile manufacturing. When you think about cars that were built in America, the state of Michigan is naturally going to come to mind. Tucker was no exception; he was born just outside of Detroit, the Motor City, in September of 1903