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2009 Dodge Dakota

Chrysler considering car-based 'lifestyle' pickup to replace Dakota

Earlier this week General Motors announced the death of the G8 ST program because it wouldn't make money for them and the 'sport truck' didn't fit the Pontiac brand image. Today news has emerged that Chrysler is now considering building its own car-based pickup truck as a solution to its need for... read more

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Morgan Super Sport Junior

Morgan unveils pedal-powered three-wheeler

British sports carmakers Morgan Motors has unveiled its most environmentally friendly model to date - a pedal-powered car for 6 to 13 year olds that shuns petrol or hydrogen... read more December 24, 2008 by 


 
Wrecked Pagani Zonda F

Pagani Zonda F meets untimely demise

The death of a supercar is never a pretty sight, because they tend to go out as they lived: spectacularly. This Pagani Zonda F coupe is no exception, its tangled body a mess... read more December 22, 2008 by 


 
Silvestris Sports Cabriolet speedboat

Silvestris Sports Cabriolet speedboat infused with Spyker automotive design

Former Spyker designer Maarten de Bruijn may have left the Dutch sports carmaker a number of years ago, but his passion for cars wasn't forgotten when he started his next... read more December 22, 2008 by 


 
maserati granturismo mc sportline concept 009

Maserati unveils GranTurismo MC Sport Line at Bologna

Bologna, Italy's late-season car show, has played host to a surprising number of new models this year. The latest, Maserati's MC Sport Line, is an option package designed to... read more December 3, 2008 by 


 
Volkswagen Scirocco by ABT Sportsline

ABT Sportsline joins growing list of VW Scirocco tuners

There is no shortage of tuners taking Volkswagen's handsome new Scirocco to pieces and rebuilding it to be a track monster, and the latest to join the grow list is... read more November 26, 2008 by 


 
2008 Honda FC Sport design study

Honda FC Sport Design Study foresees future hydrogen sports car

Honda has revealed today at the Los Angeles Auto Show a new concept vehicle powered by an advanced hydrogen fuel cell drivetrain. Showing that alternative energy... read more November 19, 2008 by 


 
Galpin Honda Accord Coupe

Honda showcases 16 vehicle lineup at SEMA

Honda will be showcasing more than 16 custom vehicles at this year’s SEMA Auto Show in Las Vegas, with a lineup consisting of project cars, concepts and accessorized... read more November 4, 2008 by 


 
Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

Bugatti planning Grand Sport Sang Noir?

Only 300 Bugatti Veyrons will be made, and already a fair portion of that allotment have been built as limited edition specials, including the Pegaso, Hermes, Pur Sang, and... read more October 29, 2008 by 


 
2010 Pontiac G8 ST

Report: 2010 Pontiac G8 ST to start in the 'low $30K' range in U.S.

The Australian-built Pontiac G8 will soon be getting its Sport Truck (or Ute, as the builders would call it) variant in the United States. According to the latest reports... read more October 29, 2008 by 


 
ABT Sportsline carbon Audi R8

ABT Sportsline shows faux carbon film for the Audi Q7 and R8

ABT Sportsline is a specialist when it comes to modifying Audi vehicles but the German tuner’s usual assortment of modifications involves some serious horsepower... read more October 24, 2008 by 


 
1963 Corvette Grand Sport Chassis 002

Ultra-rare 1963 Corvette Grand Sport coming up for auction

An American auction house will be selling off one of the rarest and most valuable Corvettes in history – the mighty 1963 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport, chassis no... read more October 22, 2008 by 


 
Renault expands small wagon range with special-edition Clio Estate Exception

Renault expands small wagon range with Clio Estate Exception

The Clio line of cars is quite popular in Europe thanks to its small size, wide range of body styles and relatively long features list. To help bolster the range and boost... read more October 17, 2008 by 


 
Veyron Grand Sport

Dutch buyer sets sights on final Veryon

The 300th Veyron will be the final car built, as was always the plan with the limited-edition hypercar. A Dutch buyer, Harrie van de Moesdijk, will buy the final car to... read more September 17, 2008 by 


 
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