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Tokyo Motor Show: Infiniti confirms plans for a model with zero emissions

Posted under Auto, Infiniti on Tuesday, 6 December 2011 by

Tokyo Motor Show: Infiniti confirms plans for a model with zero emissions

Carlos Ghosn, the big boss of Renault-Nissan, has said flatly: “Soon we will have a Infiniti zero emissions: we’re already studying. The signal is clear: when you talk to these tones there is little doubt.

Taken for granted the fact that the Japanese are working on an electric luxury, it remains to see what kind of car would be: the only information available for now is that the model will be “an attractive and compact four-seater premium.

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Honda added a second label in sports?

Posted under Auto, Honda on Tuesday, 6 December 2011 by

Honda added a second label in sports?


Honda CR-Z Concept of the Tokyo Motor Show, as we wrote several times, is the starter for a first sports label of the Japanese manufacturer. But there’s more: This is confirmed by the words of the managing director Takanobu Ito, who was interviewed by Automotive News, Honda is stated as “concrete thinking about the future of another series of ecological sports.”

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Harley-Davidson’s new and updated models for 2012

Posted under Auto on Tuesday, 6 December 2011 by

Harley-Davidson’s new and updated models for 2012

We now know exactly what to expect from the Harley-Davidson lineup next year. The bike maker plans to roll out two new models: a 10th Anniversary Edition V-Rod and a new Dyna Switchback. The V-Rod will wear special silver paint designed to pay homage to the aluminum bodywork of the original liquid-cooled Harley, and buyers will get to enjoy unique 10th Anniversary V-Rod bags as well.
2012 Harley-Davidson Switchback


Meanwhile, the Dyna Switchback boasts a detachable windshield and a set of removable hard bags to create a versatile ride that can toe the line between an in-town cruiser and a long-haul machine. The Switchback, like all but two of H-D’s entire line of Dyna, Softail and Touring models, packs the company’s Twin Cam 103 engine with a full 100 pound-feet of torque.
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2010 LA Auto Show Design Challenge Winner: Cadillac Aera Concept

Posted under Auto, Cadillac on Tuesday, 6 December 2011 by

2010 LA Auto Show Design Challenge Winner: Cadillac Aera Concept

The focus at the LA Auto Show is on new production vehicles as well as concepts that hint at an automaker’s direction for the very near future. One aspect of the show however, looks further into the distance and pushes designers to create their vision of a supplied theme. The LA Auto Show Design Challenge has entered it’s seventh year, and for 2010 the designers had to create a 1,000-pound car that was stylish and performance oriented yet also capable of carrying four passengers.

Cadillac Aera Concept wins LA Auto Show Design Challenge

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2010 LA Auto Show: Porsche finished 60 golden years of in America

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2010 LA Auto Show: Porsche finished 60 golden years of in America

At its press conference at the 2010 Los Angeles Auto Show, Porsche unveiled its Cayman R, and showed a video celebrating 60 years of its cars in America.

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2010 LA Auto Show: Godzilla 2012: The new GT-R

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2010 LA Auto Show: Godzilla 2012: The new GT-R

Nissan GT-R

When Nissan unleashed its latest version of the GT-R in 2007, it seemed there was no room for improvement. Engineered to extreme levels, this GT-R used a high-power twin turbo V-6, essentially a racing engine, a dual-clutch six-speed automated manual transmission, and a very advanced all-wheel-drive system.

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