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Hybrid Porsche 911 Coming In 2018???

On: Mon, Nov 30, 2015 at 9:42AM | By: Carl Malek


Hybrid Porsche 911 Coming In 2018??? test 1-1

The Porsche 911 has always been known for being one of the most capable sportscars on the market; however, its extensive bag of tricks does not include a hybrid model. But if a new report is to be believed, that could very well change in the near future.


Lincoln Revival To Not Include Rear Wheel Drive, Brand Identity; Core Models To Remain Center Stage

On: Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 9:57AM | By: Carl Malek


Lincoln Revival To Not Include Rear Wheel Drive, Brand Identity; Core Models To Remain Center Stage test 1-1

With the recent resurgence of Lincoln these days, it is easy to forget that just a few years ago Ford was ready to put the proverbial axe to Lincoln. With sales that were on life support, and models that failed to standout in the crowded luxury market, things looked bleak for Ford's luxury division. However, thanks to new models such as the MKC crossover, as well as the updated MKZ, sales have seen a 7.3 percent increase through the month of October and look to continue their trend upward through the month of November. While the 2017 MKZ debuts a new and improved styling language, Lincoln representatives revealed that the brand still plans to keep a calculated pace in its revival plans.


Will Volkswagen Shutter Phaeton Assembly Plant?

On: Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 9:00AM | By: Carl Malek


Will Volkswagen Shutter Phaeton Assembly Plant? test 1-1

Amid the ever-growing fallout that is a result of Dieselgate, Volkswagen could be forced to make some drastic moves to cut costs to weather the storm, including the closure of the firm's plant in Dresden, thus ending production of the ultra-luxurious Phaeton sedan.


Next Generation Nissan GT-R Delayed Till 2020???

On: Mon, Nov 23, 2015 at 4:13PM | By: Carl Malek


Next Generation Nissan GT-R Delayed Till 2020??? test 1-1

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. 


 

Volvo Pondering Polestar-Tuned XC90 Variant

On: Tue, Nov 3, 2015 at 12:18PM | By: Carl Malek


Volvo Pondering Polestar-Tuned XC90 Variant test 1-1

With the recent launch of the updated Volvo XC90, Volvo has revealed that it is strongly considering a Polestar-tuned version to compete against rivals from BMW and Audi, while also allowing the XC90 to fully embrace its fun-loving side in what would be the Swedish firm's first formal entry into the growing performance SUV segment.


Volkswagen Suspends Executive Amid Investigation Into 'Dieselgate

On: Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 11:09AM | By: Carl Malek


Volkswagen Suspends Executive Amid Investigation Into 'Dieselgate test 1-1

The investigation into "Dieselgate" has been filled with its fair share of twist and turns, but Volkswagen has revealed that it has begun the process of punishing key offenders with the suspension of a top executive in the firm's R&D department, according to a report released by a German business magazine and Reuters.


Owners of 427, Z06 Corvettes Take GM To Court Over Engine Problems

On: Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 1:45PM | By: Carl Malek


Owners of 427, Z06 Corvettes Take GM To Court Over Engine Problems test 1-1

General Motors has been navigating through some rough seas lately with the ignition switch recall as well as several other recent recalls. Now, a new legal challenge has appeared with owners of 427 and Z06 Corvettes from the C6 era suing the company over engine failures and the company's handling of the problem.


German Officials Declare VW Too Big To Fail

On: Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 2:11PM | By: Carl Malek


German Officials Declare VW Too Big To Fail test 1-1

With the Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal now reaching a crescendo in terms of fines and legal penalties, German officials have been hesitant to issue any form of criticism against the automaker with some even showing their support by revealing that the company is too big to fail. This statement was a recurring theme during the Great Recession, and it appears that VW's current dilemma has obviously raised alarm among some members of Germany's government who do not want to see one of its biggest corporations buckle under the financial and legal pressures imposed by the emission debacle.


FCA To Axe Dodge Viper???

On: Fri, Oct 16, 2015 at 11:31AM | By: Carl Malek


FCA To Axe Dodge Viper??? test 1-1

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.


Jaguar Re-axes C-X75 Supercar

On: Fri, Sep 25, 2015 at 2:48PM | By: Carl Malek


Jaguar Re-axes C-X75 Supercar test 1-1

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.


Audi Unveils Tweaked 2017 S4; Ditches Supercharger and Goes Turbo

On: Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 2:01PM | By: Carl Malek


Audi Unveils Tweaked 2017 S4; Ditches Supercharger and Goes Turbo test 1-1

Looking for a more powerful alternative to the understated Audi A4, but desire an alternate form of horsepower-generating technology? Then look no further than the 2017 Audi S4 which brings new technology and a swap in aspiration gear for the upcoming model year in a bid to not only be more fuel-efficient, it will be faster as well.