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Beaters are designed to do one thing, get you from one place to another without breaking down. They're usually not pretty, but most beaters are just temporary cars that you drive until you can afford to buy something better. But who says they can't be nice? So may we present the 1999 to 2003 Lexus RX300. A $5,000 beater than so nice... you might actually take care of it.
Celebrities make a lot of money, and when you have a lot of money you can buy a lot of cool stuff. There are few things cooler than motor vehicles, and we have often written about the cars of the stars on this blog.
With the Black Series moniker currently on the shelf following its most recent application on the now out of production SLS supercar, Mercedes Benz has revealed that it will eventually revive the Black Series nameplate for upcoming flagship versions of its AMG lineup.
With the hyper-luxury SUV segment slowly beginning to emerge—thanks to a host of upcoming models from rivals such as Bentley and Aston Martin—Rolls Royce has released some initial details regarding its own SUV entry. They reveal that while the British luxury brand will incorporate copious amounts of aluminium into its construction, the new SUV will not share a platform with any of its BMW stablemates, possibly in an attempt to make the model more exclusive and desireable to its targeted clientele.
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Looking to steal sales from rivals such as BMW, Mercedes, and Cadillac, Audi has revealed that it is preparing to introduce the next generation Audi A4 at the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show in September.
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We are always on the lookout for exciting automotive events, and there is nothing better than a trip to Florida this time of year. When you experience the Sunshine State just before the weather starts to warm up in your hometown, you get a taste of the good times that are right around the corner.
With the successful launch of the revamped Volkswagen Golf, the company has decided to build on the popularity of its versatile hatchback by announcing a new trim level for its most eco-friendly Golf variant, the e-Golf. Buyers interested in owning an e-Golf but were turned off by its high price tag will greatly benefit from this move, which in turn will help increase e-Golf sales.
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In a suprise announcement at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) CEO Sergio Marchionne revealed that Fiat will be resurrecting the 124 Spider nameplate for use on a reborn modern version of its popular 124 Spider which was a hit with buyers back in the 1960s and 70s and will be based on the recently unveiled Mazda Miata.
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Following the recent unveiling of the Chevrolet Bolt EV concept car, as well as persistent rumors surrounding the upcoming Tesla Model 3, a new report appears to suggest that Ford is preparing a vehicle of its own to respond to these two key rivals and could possibly unveil the fruits of its effort at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show in late November.
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When the Ford GT first made its surprise debut at the 2015 North American International Auto Show back in January, Ford executives hinted that the car could feature a price tag of over $100,000, as well as a limited production run. However, if a new report is to be believed in its entirety, then both figures are far more extreme than first thought, which could combine to make the Ford GT one of the rarest supercars on the road when it eventually goes into full-scale production.
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Back in 1964, Ford absolutely changed the automotive landscape with the introduction of the Mustang. The first Mustang was formally a 1965, but it was actually put on display at the World's Fair in New York in April of 1964.The incredible popularity of the Ford Mustang certainly got the immediate attention of Ford's competitors; in a blink of an eye there were a number of pony cars entering the marketplace. One of them was the Chevrolet Camaro, a car that made its debut for the 1967 model year; it was available in two body styles: a convertible and a sporty coupe.