Aston Martin One-77 Now Sold Out

Aston Martin One-77 Now Sold Out
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While many businesses had been hurt badly by the tough economic times, some of which have never recovered, British luxury and sports car manufacturer Aston Martin is thriving. The company just released its full year results for the 12-months ending on December 31, 2011 and are happy to report that the numbers are in the… Continue Reading...

Volkswagen Sales Up, Lamborghini, Bentley And Seat Down

Volkswagen Sales Up, Lamborghini, Bentley And Seat Down
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2010 was overall a very good year for Volkswagen, but it could have been even better if some of the other brands they own also made a profit. While Volkswagen had the most successful year in its history, selling 7.2-million units globally and making 7.1-billion Euros along the way, its brands such Bentley, Seat and… Continue Reading...

Report: Toyota Recall Costs Estimated at $2 Billion

Report: Toyota Recall Costs Estimated at $2 Billion
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Toyota’s recent recall issues may cost the company an estimated $2 billion. Along with the company’s third quarter report, Toyota estimated the costs of the global recall at 180 billion yen (US$2 billion), including 100 billion yen (US$1.1 billion) for repair costs and another 70-80 billion yen ($787-899 million) in lost sales. Toyota predicts a… Continue Reading...

Toyota Announces $1.7B Profit Over Third Quarter

Toyota Announces $1.7B Profit Over Third Quarter
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Finally some good news for Toyota. At least, for the time being. Toyota announced a profit of 153.2 billion yen (US$1.7 billion) in the third quarter ending Dec. 31, 2009. That’s an increase from the 164.7 billion yen (US$1.8 billion) loss over the same quarter in 2008. Vehicle sales reached 2.07 million units over the… Continue Reading...
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