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Capturing market shares from premium brands, Volkswagen and Volvo met the SUV segment with success. Now they go for repeating this with smaller crossover vehicles. click..!
Being afraid of too low sales, Maybach don't dare making a two-door car. Rolls Royce take that chance and make clear who is number one in luxury cars by offering one click..!
The recent CL-class point out the new design philosophy of Mercedes-Benz. Read more on this and see some original drawings for that model and other Mercedes cars. click..!
Money can't buy a good reputation however there are obviously three companies for sale at the moment that are amongst Europe's most renowned luxury car brands click..!
With the concept Crafter Atacama, Volkswagen want to turn a commercial vehicle into a fun car. We wish good luck and report on backgrounds and prospects. Here it comes click..!
Alpina put an own model in the gap between the 320d and 330d. Does the diesel Three life up to what its name is suggesting? Here come a comprehensive feature on that click..!
Wolfsburg present the concept Iroc in Shooting Brake-style as a foretaste on the Scirroco. But there's surprisingly a further hot hatch soon to come: the new Golf. View more here click..!
Besides innovative designs, some wheel makers offer yester-
day's shapes again. Are the supposed outmoded rims a new trend? We think so. Read more click..!