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Hoping to grab attention for producing a car with the best fuel economy for a standard gasoline vehicle, Ford Motor Co. showed off a three-cylinder version of its Fiesta at the Los Angeles Auto Show on Wednesday. The car, which just went on sale in...
With every automaker competing to get more power from less fuel, Ford this week will unveil a three-cylinder that could portend a larger trend toward smaller engines. The tiny turbo, appearing in the Fiesta model, will be among the more significant...
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Volkswagen's 2013 Bettle Convertible will go on sale next month with a starting price of $24,995, the German automaker said Wednesday at the L.A. Auto Show. The new Volkswagen Beetle Convertible was announced earlier this year and it is the third...
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Texas auto tuner Hennessey Performance Engineering has lifted the veil on its latest turbocharged road demon: the Venom GT2. According to Hennessey, the $1.25-million hypercar, which will debut in late 2013, packs a 7.0-liter twin turbo V8 engine...
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DETROIT -- With GM trucks making their debut at the Detroit Auto Show, and Ram’s 1500 winning North American Truck of the Year, how does Ford stay in the spotlight? By renting out the home of the Detroit Red Wings and lowering an F-150 Concept...
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Automotive website Edmunds.com on Monday excoriated Lincoln for lending it a car that had high performance tires, which Lincoln acknowledged almost none of its buyers will select. The tires in question are Michelin Pilot Super Sports. They're found on...
We know it will have a new name. Now we know it will have headlights. Infiniti on Friday released a teaser video of its upcoming Q50 sedan, which the company will officially introduce at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show in January. The rear-wheel-drive Q50...
Tags: Infiniti, SUVs and Crossovers, Luxury Vehicles, Auto Shows, Ford
If $8 million sounds like too much for a 1960 Ferrari, perhaps a 1958 model in the range of $5.5 million to $7 million better suits your budget. Such are the choices the world's wealthiest car collectors will face this month in Arizona. Every year,...
Audi will use the 2013 Detroit Auto Show to add a little more speed to its lineup. The company will be unveiling on Monday, Jan. 14 a revised R8 lineup for 2014, an RS5 convertible and the fastest version yet of its Q5 crossover SUV, the SQ5. R8 The...
To see theevolution of the SUV market, park the all-new 2013 Nissan Pathfinder next to its first-generation ancestor from 1985. They share nothing but a name tag. That's hardly unique to Nissan Motor Co. When sport utility vehicles started crowding...
Four rings, four diesels. It's an easy way to remember what Audi has planned for next week's Los Angeles Auto Show. The company announced Monday that it will be unveiling a quartet of fuel-efficient oil-burners at the L.A. Auto Show that are not yet...
"If you want a Ferrari sedan, go buy a Maserati." So said Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa this summer to dispel rumors that Ferrari would ever build anything with four doors. The closest you'll get to a sedan with a prancing horse on the hood? Maserati's...
Tags: Dodge, Fiat, Ferrari, Hybrid Vehicles, Auto Shows
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