• 2010 Saab 9-5

    The new 2010 Saab 9-5 will make its world debut next month at the Frankfurt Auto Show.

  • 2010 Saab 9-5 prototype spy shots
    Spy shots: Saab’s next-gen 9-5 takes shape

    The Saab 9-5 is long overdue for an overhaul, with the current model first hitting the streets as far back as 1997. A totally redesigned model was rumoured to make an appearance last year but its release was pushed back due to limited resources at Saab and the introduction of the facelifted 9-3...

  • 2009 Saab 9-5
    Last Saab 9-5 rolls off the line after 12 years of production

    The Saab 9-5 is one of the oldest vehicles still in production, having first appeared as far back as 1997 and only experiencing one major update since then. Now, just months out from the debut of the all-new 2010 9-5 at September’s Frankfurt Motor Show, Saab has ended production of the...

  • 2007 Cadillac BLS
    Cadillac to replace BLS with global model based on Epsilon II platform

    Cadillac knows its future lies in small cars, especially if it wants to be considered a global player, but GM’s financial woes means the company has had to pare back some of its more ambitious plans. In the latest viability plan, GM CEO Fritz Henderson revealed that Cadillac would have to...

  • 2010 Buick LaCrosse
    New Buick LaCrosse priced from $27,835 in U.S.

    Buick today announced pricing for its 2010 LaCrosse luxury sedan, which will arrive in showrooms in the middle year with a starting price of $27,835 for the base CX model (plus $750 in destination charges). Standard equipment includes a new 3.0L direct-injected V6 driving the front wheels, premium...

  • 2010 Buick LaCrosse
    2010 Buick LaCrosse sedan unveiled

    A long series of teasers and spy shots have given hints at what the 2010 Buick LaCrosse would look like, but today General Motors has revealed the whole package just ahead of the start of the Detroit Auto Show. While the design is completely fresh, the car is also "instantly recognizable as a...

  • 2009 Opel Insignia

    Building the next generation of cars is often easier than deciding which should be built, or how they'll be built, if General Motors' trouble with the Epsilon II platform and its large sedan lineup is any indication. Nevertheless, it appears that GM is still working on reviving the Chevrolet Impala and replacing the Buick LaCrosse, though the highly successful Malibu may have to wait a few years past its planned redesign date. The Malibu, built on the original Epsilon platform, had been intended as a short-run vehicle, to be replaced whole-cloth after about three years on the market. Now the...

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