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2007 Cadillac CTS

Chris Pauwels has set digital pen to virtual screen to come up with his best guess at what the next CTS will look like when it arrives in the near future.

As you can see on the 2007 GMC CTS, Cadillac will be dipping back into the well with side vents similar to those that we have seen on the all new 2007 Cadillac Escalade. An apparent 2007 Cadillac CTS design that will become standard across its entire line-up of RWD vehicles.

Obviously the all new Cadillac CTS will feature an all-new front and rear facia. What is not pictured is the rear, which we believe the taillights do not crease up and over the trunk as in Hans chop. On this front 3/4th shot by Pauwels one can clearly see the crease that begins on the front fender and makes its way up towards the rear door giving the CTS a nice, athletic stance.

Hot girls destroyed police SUV

Hot girls (blonde as pilot) destroyed police UAZ (SUV produced for russian army) in Kiev, Ukraine capital.
Comment from blonde pilot: “Goat!” (UAZ nickname and russian swear word).
Comment from cops: “Bitches!”

GM and Ford will drop light trucks

Ford Freestar
GM and Ford companies have announced plans to drop light trucks and focus on new crossovers. TrailBlazer and Envoy SUVs are on the way out, with a scheduled 2009 restyling cancelled. The Ford cutting the Monterey minivan, with the Ford Freestar (on pic) retiring soon.

GM plans new-generation SUV’s – the GMC Acadia, Saturn Outlook and Buick Enclave, while Ford plans to develop Ford Fairlane concept for both the Ford and Lincoln brands.


2008 Ford Super Duty

2008 Ford Super Duty
The new Ford Super Duty was caught by spy photographer.

An all-new interior takes its cues from the Ford F-150 interior. The new Ford Super Duty will a bit larger than the outgoing model, and will go on sale every early in 2007 – possibly as early as mid-January but will still bow as a 2008 model.

New Bentley SUV

Hot news: Bentley might be building an SUV! WorldCarFans has are spy shots of a Cayenne test mule, but it reasons that the platform underpinning the Porsche Cayenne, Volkswagen Touareg and Audi Q7 could further be stretched to include a Bentley bruiser.

Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 Destroyed

Lamborghini Murcielago LP640
The new Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 was destroyed. Wreckedexotics.com report that the Lamborghini Murcielago lost control, ran into a tree and then burst into flames. The driver was flown to a hospital.

Face-lifted Mercedes G-Class

Face-lifted Mercedes G-Class
Face-lifted Mercedes G-Class will be present at the Paris auto show in September 2006.

The premium SUV will get new interior features and more powerful engines mated to a 7-speed transmission instead of the current 5-speed unit.

With the introduction of the larger, more luxurious GL premium SUV late last year, it was expected that the G-Class would be discontinued.

Mercedes-Benz decided to continue selling the model until 2010.

2008 Mazda 6

2008 Mazda 6
Mazda is finally upgrading its midsize sedan. Spy photos show a development mule undergoing tests on the streets of Detroit. It’s wearing current sheet metal, but we suspect it’s riding on the chassis of the 2008 Mazda 6 sedan.
The next-generation Mazda 6 is going to be bigger. The current model’s narrow cabin and limited backseat room have been a constant source of criticism.

For 2008 expected the next-generation Mazda 6 will upgrade to Ford’s new 3.5-liter V6. This engine debuts in the Ford Edge and Lincoln Mark X crossovers this year as well as the Lincoln Mark Z sedan, a car which shares the Mazda 6’s CD3 platform.

The new BMW Z8

Autobild magazine shows some new pics of the new BMW Z8.
6,3 Liter V12 Turbo engine and price from 80.000 up to 100.000 Euro. Super car!

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 2007

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Jeep has released photos of a new 2007 Wrangler Unlimited four-door. The Wrangler Unlimited boasts the same modular-style removable top that engenders a lot of added flexibility, functioning as a t-top of sorts, a targa, and full-blown, wind-in-the-hair convertible.