Porsche has revealed via an online configurator that its new 2015 Macan crossover in S trim will be priced from $51,095, including destination. That means the eventual base Macan will almost certainly undercut the starting price of Porsche’s present least expensive model, the $49,500 Boxster.
We have grim news Mitsubishi fans. Based on comments made by the automaker’s senior execs at the recent Tokyo Motor Show, it sounds like Mitsubishi is delaying a next-generation Evo in order to pool resources into more mainstream models and electrified cars.
More than a year after ceasing production, Fisker has finally entered bankruptcy. At the same time, the startup’s remaining assets have been sold to a company called Hybrid Technologies, which is reportedly linked with Hong Kong-based billionaire Richard Li. In all, the government has lost approximately $139 million in its dealings with Fisker.
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