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Jaguar at Goodwood Festival of Speed. Will we see the Jaguar F-Type R?

Mon, 08 Jul 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Will Jaguar show off the Jaguar F-Type R (pictured) at Goodwood? With the 2013 Goodwood Festival of Speed arriving at the end of the week, car makers are revealing what they’ll be taking to the petrolhead party, and it looks like Jaguar are taking something new too. As well as a chunk of the quickest Jaguars in existence, there’s going to be a new Jaguar F-Type Roadster Design Study.

Fiat will buy the rest of Chrysler for $4.35 billion

Thu, 02 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Fiat has announced that it will purchase the rest of Chrysler in a deal totaling $4.35 billion. Currently, the outstanding 41.6 percent stake in the company is owned by the UAW's voluntary employee beneficiary association, or VEBA, trust. Under the terms of the deal, Fiat won't shell out all $4.35 billion.

Nissan BladeGlider EV Sports Car Concept for Tokyo Motor Show

Fri, 08 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0800

The Nissan BladeGlider EV Sports Car Concept (pictured) will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show Nissan are trying to push the envelope for road-going electric cars with the BladeGlider electric car concept that will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show this month and looks – at least in some form – to be heading for production. Inspired by the aero industry – and taking inspiration from Nissan’s DeltWing Project – the BladeGlider gets a very narrow front track and a much wider rear, wrapped in carbon fibre reinforced plastic with an interior that offers a 1+2 seating arrangement. Nissan say the extremely narrow front track reduces drag and enhances manoeuvrability for extreme cornering, and its 30/70 rear-biased weight distribution could give plenty of tail-out fun.