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Jaguar Unveils Limited-Production, Track-Oriented XKR-S GT
Mar26

Jaguar Unveils Limited-Production, Track-Oriented XKR-S GT

Jaguar’s XK coupe has always pushed the envelope when it came to luxury and performance, and on that front the company has unveiled the latest iteration of this sleek coupe, the 2014 Jaguar XKR-S GT which was designed for maximum performance in road course racing.

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BMW Adds Carbon Brakes, Six Speed Manual To 2014 BMW M6
Mar25

BMW Adds Carbon Brakes, Six Speed Manual To 2014 BMW M6

Following the recent addition of a six speed manual to BMW’s M5 performance sedan, the company has announced that the 2014 BMW M6 will follow suit and offer buyers a six speed manual gearbox as a no cost piece of optional equipment along with stronger carbon ceramic brakes for the new model year.

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Buick Unveils Updated 2014 LaCrosse Ahead Of New York Debut
Mar25

Buick Unveils Updated 2014 LaCrosse Ahead Of New York Debut

When the current Buick LaCrosse first debuted back in 2010, it represented a new chapter in Buick design and performance, but newly-revitalized competitors such as the Lexus ES and the Chrysler 300 made the flagship Buick seem stale and outdated. Buick engineers aimed to solve this dilemma and have unveiled the final result of their efforts, the 2014 Buick LaCrosse.  The car features reworked interior and exterior styling to make the Buick LaCrosse a compelling contender in the near luxury segment once again.

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BMW Drops The Top On 2014 BMW 6 Series Frozen Brilliant White Edition
Mar25

BMW Drops The Top On 2014 BMW 6 Series Frozen Brilliant White Edition

BMW has pulled the veil of secrecy off of the latest iteration of its popular line of “Frozen” limited edition models the 2014 BMW Frozen Brilliant White Edition 6 Series Convertible which is the first application of the ‘Frozen” nameplate on a BMW model outside the 3 Series model lineup.

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GM and Ford Should Exit Europe
Mar22

GM and Ford Should Exit Europe

Want to see GM’s stock price recover to something closer to the IPO price or – gasp – closer to the price at which Treasury would actually break even on its bailout of GM?  Perhaps the answer is addition by subtraction.  Maybe it’s time for GM to cash in its chips in Europe and put Opel, Vauxhall, and Chevrolet (the Europe version) out of their misery and sell them.  And if nobody wants to buy them (a very strong possibility), GM should wind down the businesses.

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