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Vehicle Overview In 2009 Chevrolet resurrected the Camaro nameplate. Using a mix of retro inspired style and futuristic design elements, the reborn Camaro commanded road presence and has become a sales success. Continue Reading...
Between its namesake and MINI sub-brand, BMW will release a total of 11 front-wheel drive based models on its UKL1 platform. Continue Reading...
Volvo and Geely announced today that a new research and development center is operating and has begun work on developing a new modular architecture to be shared between the companies. Continue Reading...
Rumblings of a sub-RX crossover from Lexus have been circulating for years and spy photos taken today seem to confirm the car’s development progress. Continue Reading...
Ford wants to take over the world… of in-car infotainment systems, that is. Continue Reading...
Spattered with black and yellow, the next generation MINI Cooper S was spied testing today. Continue Reading...
Jaguar and Land Rover are looking towards the success of Volkswagen‘s MQB platform in order to produce a shared platform that could underpin 70 to 80 percent of the automakers’ main, high-volume models. Continue Reading...
Timing is still unavailable for the next-generation Chevrolet Cruze’s release, but General Motors issued a press release today confirming its commitment to retool both northeast Ohio plants for the car’s continued production. Continue Reading...
Unveiled at the New York Auto Show last week, the 2013 Lexus ES has an all-new look, along with the company’s new trademark grille. Underneath that new look, however, is something that’s even more unique, the platform from the upcoming Toyota Avalon. Previous Lexus ES models were based on Toyota’s Camry, and while the new… Continue Reading...