Saleen Back On Track to Produce New Supercar

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Saleen Back On Track to Produce New Supercar
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Many car enthusiasts would argue that perhaps the only true supercar to have ever been made in America was the Saleen S7. This carbon-fibered, mid-engined rocket ship was not only a very capable street car, but was also a very successful racing car, winning many races in the FIA GT Championship, not to mention impressive… Continue Reading...

New Lotus Models In Jeopardy as Development Halted

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New Lotus Models In Jeopardy as Development Halted
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It’s hard out there for a sports car manufacturer, especially if it is owned by a larger company. Lotus has been owned by the Malaysian car company Proton since 1995, when the company was bought from the then bankrupting Bugatti (which itself got eventually bought out by VW). Over the last 17-years, Lotus has not… Continue Reading...

VW To Increase Dealerships In U.S.A. To Sell More Cars

VW To Increase Dealerships In U.S.A. To Sell More Cars
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German auto giant Volkswagen is already Europe’s largest auto manufacturer, but it won’t rest until it becomes the worlds largest producer of cars. To achieve its goals, it needs to do very well in America, a market where it hasn’t made a profit since 2003, despite moving 256,830 units in 2010. VW wants to sell… Continue Reading...

Volvo to Phase Out 5-Cylinder, 6-Cylinder Engines

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Volvo to Phase Out 5-Cylinder, 6-Cylinder Engines
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There was a time, some 35-odd years ago, when the only engines found under the hood of a Volvo were four-cylinder units. Some were naturally aspirated, and some were boosted via a turbo-charger. However, due to the demands and pressures from customers and share holders, Volvo started producing five-cylinder, six-cylinder engines. They even got Yamaha… Continue Reading...

The Future of Lincoln Detailed: What Ford Has in Store

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The Future of Lincoln Detailed: What Ford Has in Store
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Other ideas on the table include eliminating gear levers in all Lincoln vehicles in favor of pushbuttons, as well as cutting the number of dealers nationwide, down to around 325, which rivals the number of Mercedes-Benz stores in the US. Continue Reading...