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Next year is shaping up to be quite eventful for Chevy's iconic Corvette. Not only will the all-new seventh-generation model debut ahead of the Detroit Auto Show in January, but throughout the year the car and those who love it will be celebrating the...
KickingTiresFirst, Porsche delayed its plans to slot an entry-level sports car below the $49,500 Boxster ??? something that might compete with the likes of a Subaru BRZ. Now the automaker's head of sales and marketing told Automotive News that an......
Los Angeles TimesSimplify, then add lightness was the well-worn philosophy that Lotus' founder, the late Colin Chapman, imbued into all of his products. For 2013, it would seem the company is simplifying, then adding an automatic transmission. The company announced that...
One of the quirkiest trends in the auto industry is Ford’s success at selling the massive Flex in California. This is an odd vehicle – kind of a 1950s' Woody meets a 1970s Ford Country Squire station wagon. The Flex, however, is the third-...
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It was decades ago that a General Motors virus must have been running rampant through the Napa, Calif., area. One of those innocent people bitten by the GM bug was young Bernie Horstkamp. Fresh out of high school Horstkamp purchased a 1960 red Chevrolet...
STUTTGART, Germany — Sleek and sophisticated, the ultimate boy toys shine in this city, where two magnificent museums showcase their glory. The Mercedes-Benz Museum and the Porsche Museum double-dip the raves, winning accolades for stunning exhibits...
It’s a presidential election year, which means we’re hearing politicians talk about “the new normal” whenever the topic of the economy or political gridlock comes up. But there’s also a new normal in the automotive arena....
Porsche has a new roadster out, the 2013 Boxster S. It's faster, more handsome and more practical than ever before, yada yada yada, they always are. But try this on for size: You can now spend around $90,000 on one. At that price, you might be inclined...
Porsche Cayenne would've qualified for an episode of "The Biggest Loser" if engineers hadn't found a way to shave almost 400 pounds off the curb weight last year. Luxurious, fast and functional, a sleek and svelte-looking Cayenne puts a distinct,...
KickingTiresFor the first time, audio, entertainment and navigation systems are the most problem prone parts of a vehicle, according to J.D Power and Associates??? Initial Quality Study. Factory-installed multimedia systems have seen problems increase 8% from last...
Tags: Cadillac, Jeep, Makes and Models, Porsche, Honda
Channel 2 NewsUsing Alaska as their backdrop, the makers of the sports car Porsche introduced the company’s newest model of SUV to the world. Eight 2012 Porsche Cayennes were unveiled in Anchorage and test-driven by members of the automotive media from around...
KickingTiresChevrolet has been promising a navigation display for the Camaro since the car debuted in 2008; the automaker first told us that the sports coupe would get one in December 2009, but clearly that never happened. Four years later, the......
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