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Video: Watch XCAR go through four generations of Jaguar sports cars

Jaguar is a formidable producer of some of the most lustful sports cars ever made in history, despite also having a knack for making some of the most luxurious as well. But to refresh our memories as to what exactly made the Coventry-based automaker so famous, Britain’s XCAR released a new video that overviews some of the […]

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2015 Ford Mustang specifications released in full

The 2015 Ford Mustang is making quite the statement and despite lots of information has been released thus far, the Dearborn automaker finally revealed full specifications on the latest and greatest Mustang. As expected, three engines are optional with the base model starting with the naturally-aspirated 3.7L V6 good for 300hp and 280 lb-ft of […]

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Report: BMW-Toyota collaboration to produce something by 2017, a new Supra and Z4

Rumors, oh we love rumors–because it makes us think about how likely or unlikely they are. Though this one isn’t exactly out of someone’s ass, but neither has it led to something truly concrete, except for a general direction. This latest one involves the next supposed follow up to the BMW-Toyota sports car collaboration, which Nikkei […]

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Report: The 2015 Ford Mustang begins production today

Word via Ford Mustang enthusiast site, Mustang6G, is that the new sixth generation Mustang will being production today, according to information revealed on the Blue Oval’s Dealer Bulletin board. The 2015 Ford Mustang Convertible on the other hand will begin production on September 15. Click here for more news on the Ford Mustang. As a […]

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Report: Next Audi R8 to receive TDI version in 2017

Word in the pipeline via Automobile Magazine is that Audi is preparing a diesel version of its luxury mid-engine sports car, the R8. According to the report, the new R8 TDI is set to debut in 2017, sporting a 4.0L turbodiesel V8 or a 5.0L turbodiesel V10, which is also being developed for Bentley. Otherwise, specifications […]

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Report: Jaguar may be planning a lighter F-Type

AutoExpress reports that Jaguar might be preparing an even lighter F-Type, which could only mean that a more track-focused version of the F-Type is in the works. As a direct competitor to the Porsche 911, this makes complete and perfect sense as the F-Type’s arch rival, the Porsche 911, as its own selection of variants, […]

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Report: Mercedes-Benz still on track with a straight-six

Motoring.com of Australia recently received an update that once again reaffirms Mercedes-Benz’s rumored return to the use of the straight-six. Past reports from Automobile, AutoCar, and Germany’s AutoBild have all echoed the same plans for the return of the classic gasoline Mercedes-Benz straight-six. In the latest follow-up, which also reflects on the aforementioned past reports, the new inline-six […]

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Mazda confirms the arrival of 2016 MX-5 Miata, due in September

Mazda has officially confirmed that the next generation MX-5 Miata will be revealed later this year in September as the small Japanese automaker celebrates 25 years of its famous compact rear-wheel drive sports convertible. It will mark the fourth generation of Miata after its chassis was revealed at this year’s 2014 New York International Auto […]

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Report: Next generation 2016 Chevrolet Camaro to get 2.0L turbo four

Automobile Magazine recently learned that the next generation Chevrolet Camaro may get a 2.0L turbocharged four for the 2016 model year. And this makes perfect sense considering the Camaro’s direct competitor, the Mustang, gets a 2.3L turbocharged and direct-injected EcoBoost four as the middle-grade engine. According to the report, the new Camaro will ride on […]

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Report: Ferrari readying a new entry-level model with 500hp

Automobile Magazine reports that Ferrari is readying a new entry-level model that will sit at the bottom of the lineup, if that really means much. According to the report, the new model is destined to revive the original 456 nameplate, but it wouldn’t exactly fit Ferrari’s current nomenclature. The new model will sport a twin-turbocharged […]

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