Magna Steyr Wants a Climate-Friendly Manufacturing Plant Somewhere In The U.S.

Could Magna Steyr be eyeing its first U.S. plant?

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Toyota Supra to Be Built by Magna Steyr in Austria

The Toyota Supra and BMW Z4 will be built alongside each other in Magna Steyr’s plant in Graz, Austria.
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Family of Compact Cars a Possibility for Infiniti

Infiniti‘s new compact is heading to production in 2014, but it appears that it might not be the only small model that the luxury Japanese automaker is working on.

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Infiniti Compact To Enter Production in 2014

We knew that Nissan was working on an Infiniti compact, but we just didn’t know when it would reach production. It’s all cleared up today as the Japanese automaker has confirmed that its Infiniti Compact will enter production in 2014.

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Mercedes G-Class to Live On Until 2020

The Mercedes-Benz G-Class is a funky, but rugged luxury SUV from the German automaker, and it appears that it’ll be in production until at least the year 2020.

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Infiniti's Mercedes-Benz Based Compact Will Be Built By Magna Steyr

A while back we revealed that Infiniti‘s working on a new entry-level, FWD compact that would be based on Mercedes-Benz‘s A-Class platform. We now have news that Canadian-Austrian auto supplier Magna Steyr will be in charge of developing the entry-level model for Infiniti.

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Aston Martin To Move Rapide Production From Austria To The UK

Prestige automaker Aston Martin has confirmed that it will be moving production of it’s four-door super sedan, the Rapide from the Magna Steyr facilities in Graz, Austria, to Gaydon, Warwickshire, in the United Kingdom.

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Report: MINI Countryman Crossover Delayed Again

Originally expected to debut at the Frankfurt Auto Show, it appears as though those waiting to get their hands on MINI’s new Countryman crossover will have to wait a little longer… again. After the Frankfurt delay it was expected the CUV would appear at the next major auto show: Detroit. Now word comes that instead of being unveiled on U.S. soil in January, the Countryman won’t appear until the Geneva Auto Show in March.

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MINI Crossover Spy Photos: The Crossman?

MINI’s upcoming crossover has been rumored for quite some time and now thanks to the folks at Carscoop we have these spy photos off the small SUV out testing. Maybe we’re Doubting Thomases for not having fully believed MINI would build such a  vehicle, or maybe we just didn’t want to believe it. Still, if anyone can make a crossover handle well and be fun to drive, it’s the folks at MINI.

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