Rolls Royce Ghost To Spawn 4 New Models

This exquisite Rolls Royce Ghost pictured on the right had such a great response at its debut back in Frankfurt that recent reports state Rolls Royce is now considering making coupe, convertible and long-wheelbase versions of this outstanding sedan. These new versions are expected to be presented as experimental concepts with an aim to asses … Read more

Fisker Automotive To Close Down Michigan Facility

Striving to consolidate its research and design operations, Fisker Automotive Inc. is moving about 30 members of its staff from the U.S. state of Michigan to its California facility. Project Nina The company, which is producing its first electric vehicle in Finland, stated that its aim is to “accelerate development of its next-generation plug-in hybrids.” … Read more

Ford Expect 40% Drop In Sales

A 40% sales drop is expected in January, says Ford Motors. “Our research indicates that retail sales are pretty much flat compared with December,” said Jesse Toprak,’s executive director of Industry Analysis. “However, automakers’ decision to cut fleet sales and make other production cuts will cause a large sales decline to be recorded on … Read more

BMW To Launch 2 New Models Below The 1-Series

If you already know that Audi is expected to display its brand new A1 hatchback in March 2010 at the Geneva Motor Show, and Mercedes–Benz is all set to exhibit its new A-Class, then you must be wondering about BMW’s launch. Sources say that the Bavarian car maker is preparing to launch two new models … Read more

Spyker To Finance Saab With $1 Billion

To become profitable, Saab will launch the 9-5 this summer, the 9-4X in early 2011, and the redesigned 9-3 in 2012. They will be marketed as rivals to Audi and BMW, with the support of a “re-energized” sales and distribution approach. Spyker plans to rename the company from Spyker Cars N.V. to Saab Spyker Automobiles … Read more

Suzuki Fights Off Volkswagen Buy-Over

Last week, Suzuki CEO, Osamu Suzuki, declared at a press conference at the Foreign Correspondent’s Club of Japan that it would likely refuse any approach for a bigger stake coming from Volkswagen, the company that bought a month ago 19.9% share of Suzuki at the price of around $2.7 billion. He added that Suzuki won’t … Read more

Eric Bana To Race in Bathurst 12 Hour Enduro

Eric Bana, star and director of “Love the Beast” – in which he documented the loss of his XB GT Falcon – announced that he will compete in the Armor All Bathurst 12 Hour Showroom Enduro, next month. He competed in this event last year too, and he finished 10th overall and 6th in his … Read more

Why Was The 2010 Brisbane Motor Show Really Postponed?

Last year the Brisbane Motor Show was cancelled due to the global financial crisis. This year it seems like it has been postponed. The reason is, according to Expertise Events Managing Director Gary Fitz-Roy, the exhibitor didn’t finish their model line-ups for this year. But inside sources say that the hidden problem is that the … Read more Protection Status