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 |  May 06 2014, 12:02 PM


Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles will spend approximately $7 billion USD (five billion Euros) in an effort to expand its Alfa Romeo brand.

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 |  May 06 2014, 10:45 AM


Chrysler released an onslaught of future product information today including plans for a plug-in hybrid version of the Town and Country minivan.

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 |  Jan 28 2014, 8:02 AM


Mitsubishi is currently planning a new mid-size sedan for the U.S. market with French automaker Renault.

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 |  Oct 21 2013, 8:32 AM


Infiniti is considering the possibility of offering a four-door coupe that could command high price premiums while setting it apart from other luxury brands. 

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 |  Oct 11 2013, 4:31 PM


Things might go from bad to worse for Toyota’s young-minded Scion sub-brand in the next two years.

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 |  Oct 04 2012, 4:31 PM

It sounds like Jaguar’s F-Type might only be the first of more new cars to come including a small sedan and a crossover, effectively diversifying the brand’s line.

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 |  Aug 10 2011, 11:45 AM

Despite some sources claiming that Lincoln could perhaps be headed the same way as Mercury, due to having too many badge engineered vehicles, a recent announcement by Ford Motor Company could prove the naysayers wrong.

In an effort to turn things around, Lincoln will get its own design operation, independent from Ford, which will work in conjunction with the brand’s product development team, a move seldom seen in today’s auto industry. The idea is that subsequent Lincoln products will look and feel far more unique than its current offerings (perhaps like the Mk 9 concept shown above) as well as being more fuel efficient; expect to see variations of the corporate EcoBoost technology employed on upcoming powertrains, along with a range of new transmissions.

Given current industry lead times, it’s likely the first of the new offerings could arrive within the next three years.

[Source: Autoline Daily]