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Categories: Rumors

Aston Martin Plans New Mid-Engine Offering

On: Tue, Aug 9, 2016 at 10:02AM | By: Carl Malek


Aston Martin Plans New Mid-Engine Offering test 1-1

Aston Martin has big plans for its future model lineup over the next several years, and has already unveiled a key cog in this long-term offensive:  The DB11 coupe.


Bugatti Considers Second Model Offering

On: Tue, Aug 2, 2016 at 4:56PM | By: Carl Malek


Bugatti Considers Second Model Offering test 1-1

Bugatti has had a long storied history with the bulk of that history centered on a very small lineup usually consisting of one lone model. The Veyron has served as a recent example; the Veyron has the task of not only upholding its role as the pinnacle of Volkswagen's engineering and technology, it also holds the fortunes of the entire Bugatti brand on its shoulders. The upcoming Chiron was expected to continue where the Veyron left off in this regard, but it appears that it is about to receive a companion model, according to a new report from Australia.


Mercedes AMG GT-C Making A Spring Debut?

On: Fri, Jul 29, 2016 at 2:04PM | By: Carl Malek


Mercedes AMG GT-C Making A Spring Debut? test 1-1

Long rumored and often teased, the Mercedes-AMG GT-C convertible could be coming to production quicker than many have anticipated, if a new flurry of reports coming out of Germany are to be believed.


Chevrolet to send off SS sedan with Supercharged model?

On: Tue, Jul 12, 2016 at 12:50PM | By: Carl Malek


Chevrolet to send off SS sedan with Supercharged model? test 1-1

Despite its relatively paltry sales figures, Chevrolet's SS performance sedan has proven to be not only a good alternate to the dearly departed Pontiac G8, it's also a rolling showcase demonstrating the potential of the brand's performance engineering. If a new series of rumors is to be believed, the SS could end its production run with a bang.


 

Marchionne changes tune on electric vehicles, says first electric Maserati model would debut in 2019

On: Tue, Jun 21, 2016 at 3:04PM | By: Carl Malek


Marchionne changes tune on electric vehicles, says first electric Maserati model would debut in 2019 test 1-1

It is no secret that when it comes to EV vehicles and their profitability, Sergio Marchionne has a well-defined stance against them. He says that their profitability is non-existent, that that the Fiat 500e EV costs $10,000 for every one that is sold. However, when it comes to whether he is open to adding one in a higher price bracket, Marchionne has swerved from that position.


BMW 3-Series Wagon to be axed in U.S.?

On: Mon, Jun 20, 2016 at 4:34PM | By: Carl Malek


BMW 3-Series Wagon to be axed in U.S.? test 1-1

America's renewed obsession with crossovers and SUVs has caused many automakers to rethink their long-term product strategies; it appears that the booming segment could force BMW to throw in the towel and remove its venerable 3-Series station wagon from U.S. shores.


Bentley Azure possibly returning for limited edition run

On: Wed, Jun 1, 2016 at 8:46AM | By: Carl Malek


Bentley Azure possibly returning for limited edition run test 1-1

Bentley currently has one convertible in its lineup, the Bentley Continental GTC; but not too long ago it had a second convertible. Dubbed the Azure, the bigger droptop was based on the Brooklands sedan and brought top-tier luxury to buyers who wanted to feel the wind in their hair. The Azure went out of production several years back, but, if executives at Bentley have their way, the Azure could very well be resurrected for a new generation of well-heeled buyers.


Volvo previews mystery concept

On: Tue, May 17, 2016 at 7:21AM | By: Carl Malek


Volvo previews mystery concept test 1-1

Volvo has released a mysterious teaser image that appears to show an all-new concept vehicle that could make its debut at a private event in Gothenburg, Sweden (the site of Volvo's HQ), next week.


Honda patents technology for engine with variable piston height technology

On: Mon, May 9, 2016 at 1:48PM | By: Carl Malek


Honda patents technology for engine with variable piston height technology test 1-1

The folks at AutoGuide have discovered, in the database of a Japanese patent office, a series of new patents show that Honda engineers are seriously looking into new engines that would feature variable piston heights in a bold move to increase fuel efficiency for Honda's lineup.


Revised BMW i8 to receive new styling and power updates?

On: Thu, May 5, 2016 at 4:18PM | By: Carl Malek


Revised BMW i8 test 2

The i8 was a very compelling showcase for BMW when its made its debut back in 2014. Boasting futuristic styling cues and fuel-friendly power, the i8 proved to be a perfect showcase for the company's i brand, and it appears that it's about to receive its first major suite of updates, according to reports from several British media outlets.


Jaguar axes XE wagon rumors

On: Wed, May 4, 2016 at 10:23AM | By: Carl Malek


Jaguar axes XE wagon rumors test 1-1

Jaguar's XE sport sedan has been making waves in Europe, and is set to make its U.S. debut very soon. However, Jaguar has revealed that a wagon variant is not in the cards, silencing rumors that it was considering an estate version to challenge established rivals like BMW and Mercedes Benz.