Ferrari Portofino Tour Kicks Off

The Ferrari Portofino will be the undisputed star of a Europe-wide tour that hits the road on 16 April. The famous Ligurian town, that both gave the car its name and played host to a world premiere attended by hundreds of clients last September, provides the starting line from which 20 examples of the new Ferrari...
Posted On 19 Apr 2018
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Tough weekend at The Bend, but lots of positives for Trofeo

The second event of the 2018 CAMS Australian GT Championships promised to be one of the best experiences of the year with the series’ debut at the new 7.7-kilometre ‘The Bend Motorsport Park’ in South Australia, but whilst the opening endurance round of the season delivered on that promise, it delivered a whole...
Posted On 19 Apr 2018
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Ford Mustang is the 2017 best-selling sports coupe in the world.

Global Mustang registrations in 2017 totaled 125,809 cars, according to Ford analysis of the most recent new light vehicle registration data from IHS Markit. This data which was compiled from government and other sources and capturing 95% of global new vehicle volumes in more than 80 countries puts Mustang ahead...
Posted On 18 Apr 2018
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VW looking worldwide for Advertising agencies to pitch a new brand logo

VW will expand the use of digital and social media to more finely tune its marketing to switch consumers to its new range of battery-powered vehicles. Giving the brand a fresher image is key to making good on Volkswagen's USD25 billion push into electric cars.
Posted On 18 Apr 2018
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Tesla Facing Production Issues

Tesla has temporarily suspended its Model 3 assembly line in what the company said on Monday was a planned production pause, as the automaker continues to face challenges ramping up its new sedan.
Posted On 17 Apr 2018
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Under 2 Seconds For NEW Pininfarina Supercar

India’s Mahindra & Mahindra has big plans for Pininfarina after acquiring a 76% controlling stake in the famous design house and engineering firm several years ago.
Posted On 16 Apr 2018
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Daimler hedging on China opportunities

Daimler is open to exploring ways to cooperate with the company's new largest shareholder, Li Shufu, as long as the interests of the company's already existing Chinese joint-venture partner BAIC Motor are safeguarded. Possible cooperation projects don't necessarily have to be restricted to China, but Daimler's...
Posted On 16 Apr 2018
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Takata CEO Resigns

Following the takeover of the insolvent Japanese airbag manufacturer Takata by the Chinese-American automotive supplier KSS, the former Takata boss Shigehisa Takada has resigned . The company announced on Thursday last week that Key Safety Systems (KSS) had successfully completed the acquisition of nearly all of...
Posted On 16 Apr 2018
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Volkswagen pilot testing autonomous parking at Hamburg Airport

Experts are currently testing autonomous parking with Volkswagen, Audi and Porsche vehicles in a multi-storey car park near Hamburg Airport’s terminal as part of a pilot project by the Volkswagen Group. Germans spend an average of 41 hours a year looking for a parking space, Britons spend 44 hours and residents of...
Posted On 16 Apr 2018
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