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Recalls: Takata announces and expands one of history’s largest recalls for faulty airbags

We are in the age of recalls where automobile manufacturers realized it was a bad idea to cut corners and budgets in certain places, and it’s costing them greatly. For instance, we just had the largest single recall ever in automotive history with General Motors and their faulty ignition switches. Now, it seems the Takata […]

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Video: The Cadillac Ciel Concept to play a starring role in new Entourage movie

If you’re a fan of Entourage, you can’t forget the catchy intro with the main crew cruising the LA streets in a droptop, four-door Lincoln Continental. It’s a scene that’s hard to forget. However, it appears for the full-feature film, the crew ditched the old Lincoln for a hot, new Cadillac Ciel Concept from the […]

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The new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro – this is it

Today is a big day for General Motors and American motoring as the new sixth generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro just broke cover, after its special reveal event today. Hoorah! And much like we expected, the new Camaro sports some aggressive new looks while GM boasts the Camaro should offer a faster, and more nimble driving […]

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Leaked! – The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro gets some spotlight undisguised via CNBC

We’re on the heels of the revealing of the new next generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro, which is due for an unveiling tomorrow. And it just so happens that a member of enthusiast forum,¬†GM Inside News, snapped a quick picture or two of what appears to be a visual leak of the new Camaro by way […]

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Report: This super-rare Pontiac Banshee could fetch $600k at the block

One truly rare Pontiac is about to cross the auction block. Meet the Pontiac Banshee XP-833 Concept Car, which was the automaker’s pitch to a small, two-seat sports car in the 1960s. It was built during the time when John Z. DeLorean was running the show as an engineer for Pontiac since 1956. Using the […]

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Report: Cadillac wants to do a more extreme ATS-V

Cadillac’s pretty serious about taking down their German rivals. The ATS-V is a thorough example of this, as an attempt to dethrone the¬†venerable BMW M3/M4. However, if you are familiar with BMW, you’d know that it’s not just the sedan and coupe that exist in the world of the M3 as there are plenty of […]

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GM built their 500 millionth vehicle recently–that’s a lotta fricken cars

General Motors has been around for over a century–since 1908 to be exact–so it should be no surprise that since their establishment, they’ve made a butt-load of cars: 500 million to be exact. That’s more than the population of the United States, Canada, and Mexico combined. Being no small feat, the General celebrated by declining […]

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The 2016 Chevrolet Camaro confirmed to come with some bodywork and an engine hood

Chevrolet and GM are in this routine of trickling information about the new 2016 Chevrolet Camaro down the PR news wires. So far, they confirmed the Camaro will at least come with some wheels, some brakes, an engine and some exhaust. Now, they confirmed the Camaro also comes with some bodywork, like a new rear-spoiler, […]

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You’ll need $83,995 to call a 2016 Cadillac CTS-V your own

Cadillac’s been making waves recently, and we couldn’t be more excited. One of their most important models generating excitement is the all-new BMW M5-competing CTS-V, which now starts at $83,995, after being revealed at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show earlier this year. What does this mean, besides the fact that this is a lot of […]

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Meet the new 2015 Chevrolet Callaway Corvette Z06

Chevrolet and Callaway are inseparable pair, as exhibited by their latest collaboration, the 2015 Chevrolet Callaway Corvette Z06. Given how Callaway loves to give their love to Vettes, they did equally that, by giving the new Corvette Z06 a fancy new supercharger, which is almost a third larger than the stock unit. Add on a […]

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