AutoGuide Week-In-Reverse: Mazda Fiat Partnership, BMW Zagato Coupe

AutoGuide Week-In-Reverse: Mazda Fiat Partnership, BMW Zagato Coupe

The automotive industry is a global business that is constantly evolving and growing, and we here at AutoGuide know it can be hard to keep up sometimes. So here is a summary of the top stories you may have missed this week:

Mazda Teams With Fiat: New Miata to Spawn Alfa Romeo Roadster

The two latest automakers to climb into bed together are Mazda and Fiat and their love child

BMW Zagato Coupe Unveiled

The 2012 Concorso d’Eleganza Villa d’Este is playing host to the world premiere of the BMW Zagato Coupe

Renault Alpine A110-50 Concept Photo Gallery Leaked

Pictures of the Renault Alpine A110-50 supercar have leaked onto the internet, giving you a preview of what to expect at this

Nissan e-NV200 Electric Van Confirmed for Production

Nissan has confirmed that the e-NV200 all-electric van will begin production in Barcelona, Spain in early 2013

Kia K9 to Wear Cadenza Badge in North America

When the Kia K9 does launch in North America, perhaps as early as this year, it will bring with it a badge used by the brand in other markets: Cadenza

2014 BMW M3 to Herald Return of Inline Six-Cylinder

The next generation BMW M3 and especially its engine have been surrounded by rumors, but now it has been confirmed

Subaru Tribeca Not Dead

Rumors that the unpopular SubaruTribeca is being cut from the brand’s product line are being denied by a company spokesperson

  • Saundra Gorder

    With this partnership, the benefit of partnering with another manufacturer to increase the production base outside of Japan can be possible. With the recent joint venture of General Motors and Peugeot, it appears automakers are back looking for partners to expand their business lines, rather than just focusing on surviving the downturn in sales.

    Saundra Gorder