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Entries from November 2005

BMW Z4 Coupe To Arrive Next June

November 28th, 2005 · No Comments

BMW confirmed that the production version of the Z4 Coupe unveiled earlier this fall at the Frankfurt Auto Show will begin arriving at U.S. dealerships by next June and that it will be joined by an all-new, high-performance M Coupe. The Z4 Coupe and the M Coupe will be built at the company’s plant in [...]

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Chery cars introduction delayed

November 28th, 2005 · 3 Comments

Chery, China’s largest automaker was set to arrive in the United States by the 2007 model year. With the help of Malcolm Bricklin’s Visionary Vehicles, the company projected that it was to sell 250,000 new cars in 2007 alone. Chery has just announced that their plans to take over the US will be delayed for [...]

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Toyota and Fuji Heavy go for deeper integration

November 28th, 2005 · No Comments

Toyota is quickly beginning to leverage the majority block of shares it holds in Subaru parent company, Fuji Heavy Industries. A Japanese newspaper is reporting that a Fuji Heavy production plant in Indiana will be tapped to produce 100,000 Toyota vehicles beginning in 2007. Toyota??ôs pres Katsuaki Watanabe and Fuji Heavy pres Kyoji Takenaka will [...]

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Brabus Unveils Smart Concept

November 28th, 2005 · No Comments

As you all know, yesterday was Thanksgiving, but as you also know, DaimlerChrysler never sleeps. While I was feasting on grossly over-portioned amounts of turkey and stuffing, DaimlerChrysler was hard at work releasing details of a Brabus concept car, designed to show the true potential of the smart forfour. The Brabus smart car features, among [...]

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