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Wonder why Saab would name its latest creation a fashionista car but this concept car

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 24, 2009, In : Cars 

Latest in fashion provided Saab or its parent company General Motors will still be in the car manufacturing business or even in business at all. The Saab Fashionista, Green 2+2 Sport Coupe is actually the result of the fertile mind of Creapole-ESDI fourth year design student Mayeul Walser.

True to its name it has in fact been inspired by Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld’s fashion design. And talking of car fashion under this shapely bodywork is a range-extended electric powertrain.

The powerful V6 h...
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The 2010 Mercedes-Benz E550 Coupe was unveiled amidst the remnants of the series

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 24, 2009, In : Cars 

Such a backdrop has a tendency to give rise to the though that this Coupe is indestructible even by a nuclear disaster but that’s far from the truth although this version is a great improvement over its predecessor.

This coupe is the precursor of the E-family that will soon be unveiled and which will include a station wagon. The 2010 Mercedes-Benz E550 Coupe will be powered by a 1.5-Liter V6 engine producing 268 horsepower and a torque of 258 pound-feet. There is also a version powered by a ...
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The Veritas RS III looks much like a catfish when you look at it at a frontal angle

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 24, 2009, In : Cars 

This concept, which was first seen in 2001, is actually the comeback model of Veritas after it stopped manufacturing cars since 1952 and there are reports this catfish already has a production version which will be unveiled during the London Salon Privé.

The Veritas RS III is powered by a 6.0-Liter V12 engine sourced from BMW producing 670 horsepower and a torque of 760Nm pound-feet. The design is however nothing sort of revolutionary because they bring back memories of the original Veritas c...
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Dodge is known for manufacturing heavy duty cars

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 24, 2009, In : Dodge Challenger 

 Dodge Ram HD is a good example. Unlike the present model which has a 6.1-Liter engine producing 425 horsepower, this heavyweight will be powered by a 6.4-Liter Hemi V8 engine producing 450 to 500 horsepower. The next-generation Dodge Ram HD is expected to be powered by this engine of choice.

Jim Press, Chrysler co-president may have denied the future of Hemi as a chosen powertrain but he seems to be eating his words with the planned usage of the Hemi V8 for the 2011 Dodge Ram HD. This new hea...
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Dealerships Offer a Variety of Vehicles

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Monday, May 18, 2009, In : Cars 

For some people, the search for a new car is a highly stressful event. When considering everything from safety and comfort to price and quality, finding a new car that’s right for you can be quite the task. However, it’s likely that no matter what type of car you’re looking for, you can find it at a Pittsburgh Toyota car dealership.

Toyota offers every type of vehicle from trucks to compact cars, giving you the option to choose the size and type of car that best fits your lifestyle. Many...
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Mini Cooper S by Arden

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 17, 2009, In : Cars 

If Mr. Bean’s Mini Cooper has elicited a lot of laughs then wait till you see the Mini Cooper S by Arden and you will start to look at Mini Coopers in a different light. Made by German tuning company Arden which is popular for modifying British vehicles like the Land Rover and the Jaguar, the Mini Cooper S by Arden looks the same but entirely different. It is the same practical Mini you can tag along tight city streets but it looks sporty.

The standard Mini Cooper has a 1.6-Liter engine prod...
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The Old Sedan Back To Life

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Sunday, May 17, 2009, In : Cars 

The classic 1960s BMW 2002 gets a new spicy look thanks to Spanish design and engineering firm Vizualtech. The firm specializing in the construction of virtual 3D models of boats and cars and this time is has virtually reconstructed the classic 1960s BMW 2002.

The original model was held in high esteem by car enthusiasts worldwide and the new renderings are expected to give the sedan a breath of fresh air and new life. The 2002 model was the first BMW that got a turbo engine producing 170 hors...
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Efficient Hybrid In The Offing

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Thursday, May 14, 2009, In : Cars 

The 2010 Peugeot 3008 boasts of a new diesel hybrid drivetrain which can be powered using the diesel engine alone or by the electric motor alone. You can even combine the two powerplants for more power. It has a modular design so expect the technology to prominently figure across Peugeot’s entire line. Prototypes of the 2010 Peugeot 3008 are already being tested and it will be followed by the Citroen DS5 allowing the automaker to achieve CO2 emission reduction of 35% in the future.

The publi...
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REPORT: Suzuki XL7 production put on "indefinite hold"

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Wednesday, May 13, 2009, In : : Suzuki 

According to Automotive News, Suzuki has elected to halt production of its only North American-built model, the slow-selling three-row XL7 crossover. Blaming the nation's subprime loan crisis, Suzuki spokesman Hideo Kojima has confirmed that no additional examples of the America-only model will roll off out of General Motors' CAMI joint-venture facility in Ingersoll, Ontario. The plant is still operational, however, continuing to produce other GM vehicles for the remainder of the model year.

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Latest findings says cars more affordable now than they have been since study began in 1979

Posted by Ahmad Faraz on Monday, May 11, 2009, In : Cars 

While tanking auto sales are bad for automakers, the customers buying cars and trucks are paying less for them than any time in the past 30 years. Comerica Bank's Auto Affordability Index shows that a vehicle with a $26,000 MSRP takes the average family 21.5 weeks of median income to buy. That's 1.3 weeks less than in December of 2008, as incentives have grown by an average of $1,700 per vehicle purchase in only five months. Lower interest rates and deep discounts are being assisted by looser...
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