Throughout The Car Industry
When the Nissan Concept 2020 Vision Gran Turismo was first unveiled, it was thought that it would preview many of the design cues that would make their appearance on the next generation GT-R supercar. However, if rumors are proven to be correct, it also previews the year when the next generation will arrive. That could mean a long delay—as long as 10 years potentially—leaving the GT-R in the dust when rivals such as Ferrari and Lamborghini update their offerings for the foreseeable future.
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While many in the automotive industry are celebrating the recent agreement between FCA and the UAW in their labor talks, a small detail in the new agreement suggests that the Viper is slated to be axed within the next few years, due to sluggish sales and the new terms of the forementioned agreement.
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I like brand-new, shiny, high-tech cars just like everybody else. During our current era there are some mind-boggling innovations being introduced into the automotive industry, and it is an exciting time.
Bentley Bentagya: Queen Elizabeth Buys One, and, Oh Yeah, They're Offering a $170,000 Solid-Gold Breitling Dash Clock
Nobody does automotive luxury quite like Bentley. Mighty German engineering, a factory full of genuine English craftsmen, and diamond-studded price tags. Their 'motorcars' are fit for royalty... which is probably why Queen Elizabeth just ordered their latest creation: the ultra-lux Bentley Bentagya SUV. But if royal patronage isn't quite enough for you, how about opting for a solid-gold Breitling dash clock? (Yes, you read that right.)
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With the unexpected momentum generated by its role in the upcoming Bond movie Spectre, it appears that Jaguar was close to approving the long-rumored C-X75 supercar for a limited production run, but has once again pulled the plug on the project citing costs as the primary reason for its most recent demise.
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The rumored Toyota-BMW sports car project has taken many twists and turns during the past few months, but, if a new report out of Australia is to be believed, a new twist could be in store for the project that could very well elevate it to supercar levels of performance in what could be a bold offensive aimed at rivals such as the Audi R8 and the Acura NSX.
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Even though rumors regarding its demise had been swirling for the past 10 months, Infiniti has chosen to end the maelstrom of speculation by officially confirming that it has indeed killed the idea of producing the limited production Q50 Eau Rouge sedan citing practicality and cost as its key reasons for doing so.
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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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A Bentley SUV was inevitable, and Crewe has just released a video to prove that their ultralux creation can indeed hack it in the wild. But it's really not all that impressive. Unless you take into account that it weighs 9 billion pounds, and has all the aerodynamic properties of a Pizza Hut...
2015 is the second year of the seventh generation of America’s only home-grown sportscar, the Chevrolet Corvette. The opportunity to design a new Corvette is akin to singling the National Anthem—a wonderful opportunity, and a lot to live up to. Before launch, there was speculation the C7 would be mid-engined; it turned out not to be. Similarly, many feel styling too is iterative: bluntly, C7 looks too much like C6. However, standing beside the cars, C7 looks nothing like C6; it is full of unusual angles and fresh ideas. C7 seems sleeker, larger than C6. Go look at a C7 for yourself; the pictures don’t do the shape justice.
We won't lie; when a new car like a Viper comes out we are as giddy as a five-year-old on Christmas morning. Full of enthusiasm and exuberance at the idea of not just something novel, but of the potential it might have to be the best… whatever… car it is. But, that's not where the fun ends. In past years, the idea of, say, a new Corvette, would have us grinning for days and that would be it. But then, a new Z06 would come out—Corvette, but even better! Our little hearts could only beat so fast. Then, as with the C6, the ultimate Vette, a ZR-1 shows up and that would be about all we could take.
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