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Top 10 Hot Hatches We Wish Were Sold in North America

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Now that the Honda Civic Type R has arrived in North America, what other hot hatches are we missing out on? Continue Reading...

Jeremy Clarkson Names His Top 10 Terrible Cars

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After revealing his top 10 Star Cars, Jeremy Clarkson has now done the opposite. Continue Reading...

Live Stream: Watch the Frankfurt Motor Show’s Biggest Debuts from VW Group Night

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The Volkswagen Group will host a special event to showcase that it has in store for the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. Continue Reading...

Which Automakers Own Which Car Brands?

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At times the auto industry can feel overwhelming, with all the different products, brands and stories to keep straight. There’s always something going on in this business, from breaking news to vehicle reviews. Continue Reading...

Top 10 ‘Forbidden Fruits’ of the 2014 Paris Motor Show

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Car companies are pretty clever. A lot of time, research and money gets spent before a new product is created. Continue Reading...

Seat Plans To Open 15 Chinese Dealerships in 2012

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Spanish automotive manufacturer SEAT, one of Volkswagen’s mainstream brands will be attending the Guangzhou Auto Show in China and looks to expand into the Chinese market by opening 15 dealerships this year. SEAT announced that 12 of the 15 dealership agreements have already been signed and that the remaining three are in their final stages… Continue Reading...

Volkswagen To Stop Buying Auto Makers

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  Volkswagen will halt its practice of acquiring auto makers as a means of boosting its total sales volume, according a report by Bloomberg. With Volkswagen in place to become the world’s second largest automaker, the company’s massive stable of brands, which includes Volkswagen, Audi, SEAT, Skoda, Lamborghini, Audi and Bugatti, will remain static, with… Continue Reading...

Audi Q3 Begins Production In Spain

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Audi’s latest cute-ute (are people still using that phrase anymore?) is entering production in Spain, at the clip of 100,000 per year. The Q3 will be built in Martorell, Spain, in a plant normally reserved for SEAT. Volkswagen recently spent about 330 million Euros in upgrading the facility in anticipation, and is betting big on… Continue Reading...
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