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Weekend Motorsports Preview: A Great Weekend for Touring Cars

Weekend Motorsports Preview: A Great Weekend for Touring Cars

There are major races in the major touring car series

It is a fantastic weekend if you are a fan of touring car racing. Nearly every major regional touring car series is holding a race this weekend. So whether you are in the United States, Japan, Australia or Europe, there will be a race to watch.&nb...
05.04.2013 | 497 views | 1 comments
GM Investing $332 Million Into Three States for Cleaner Powertrains

GM Investing $332 Million Into Three States for Cleaner Powertrains

Planning smaller engines and transmissions with more gears

General Motors has announced a $332 million investment into Michigan, Ohio and Indiana to build new, cutting-edge engines and transmissions. GM is making a major push to create cleaner, more efficient internal combustion engines that do not need a...
05.04.2013 | 602 views | 0 comments
Red Bull Sets New Record for Fastest Pitstop in Malaysia

Red Bull Sets New Record for Fastest Pitstop in Malaysia

Takes the record from McLaren last season

In addition to taking the top two steps on the podium in Malaysia amid some controversey, Red Bull had another success at Sepang. It broke the F1 record for fastest pit stop, then broke it again and again. During the Malaysian Grand Prix, Red Bull...
05.04.2013 | 6749 views | 0 comments
BMW X4 Concept Brings Smaller, Coupe-like SUV to Shanghai Motor Show

BMW X4 Concept Brings Smaller, Coupe-like SUV to Shanghai Motor Show

The compact SUV is a smaller version of the X6

BMW has revealed its X4 concept that imagines a smaller, X6-style SUV coupe using running gear from the X3. It promises that we will see a production version in 2014 and already plans to build the X4 at its Spartanburg, Tennessee, factory. The...
05.04.2013 | 668 views | 0 comments
The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Generations

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class Generations

The history of the most successful luxury saloon

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is a byword for luxury, comfort, and driving safety. Because of that, this family of model series has had an enduring impact on the reputation of the German brand. Its long  history stretches back to the beginning of...
05.04.2013 | 10030 views | 0 comments
Toyota Europe CEO Says the Focus is on European Production

Toyota Europe CEO Says the Focus is on European Production

Hybrids have been a big success in Western Europe

Toyota Europe CEO Didier Leroy has given an interview to Automotive News Europe where he discussed the future of the company in Europe and laid out its future plans.  Leroy became Toyota Europe CEO in 2010, and in 2012 he brought the comp...
04.04.2013 | 440 views | 0 comments
Jaguar Land Rover Investing $4.2 Billion in New Produts

Jaguar Land Rover Investing $4.2 Billion in New Produts

Investment will continue for next four years

Jaguar Land Rover has announced that it will invest £2.75 billion ($4.2 billion or €3.25 billion) for each of the next four years into new products and production capacity. The investment will likely require a large loan, as the ye...
04.04.2013 | 904 views | 0 comments
Sauber Standing Behind Esteban Gutierrez

Sauber Standing Behind Esteban Gutierrez

Team believes he will improve during the season

Esteban Gutierrez has struggled slightly at the beginning of his first season in Formula 1, but the Sauber team expect that he will improve during the season. Gutierrez came to the team thanks to money from the Mexican program that also ...
04.04.2013 | 10184 views | 0 comments
More Voices Within Kia Asking for Rear-Wheel Drive Coupe

More Voices Within Kia Asking for Rear-Wheel Drive Coupe

Car has not been green lit yet

More voices within Kia are asking for the Korean automaker to produce a rear-wheel drive coupe. Kia President and design chief has said that he wants the rear-wheel drive GT concept to go into production. The head of Kia's California desig...
04.04.2013 | 524 views | 0 comments
German Automakers and Toyota Being Investigated for Price Fixing in Korea

German Automakers and Toyota Being Investigated for Price Fixing in Korea

Foreign cars have grown to 10% of Korean market

Toyota, BMW, Mercedes, Audi and Volkswagen, the top foreign automakers in Korea, are under investigation by the South Korea's Fair Trade Commission for alleged price fixing and collusion. The automakers are accused by the Fair Trade C...
04.04.2013 | 5588 views | 0 comments

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