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By Tim Pollard Motor Industry 03 November 2009 22:59 General Motors tonight surprised the world by pulling its proposed sale of its European division – Opel and Vauxhall – to Magna. In a dramatic U-turn, Detroit said 'an improving business environment for GM over the past few months' had made it reappraise its spin-off plans.The 11th hour switch means that GM will still retain full ownership of Opel and Vauxhall, which will now 'be restructured in earnest'. Canadian parts giant Magna had won the race to buy a controlling stake in GM Europe, as a newly relaunched Detroit sought to shore up its finances.Wed, 29 Apr 2009 00:00:00 -0700
The mild redesign of Porsche's 911 range will get to the ultra-high-performance GT3 RS model, based on these spy shots. This prototype was nabbed making a cross-country U.S. dash.Fri, 01 Nov 2013 00:00:00 -0700
Subaru has revealed the first teaser images of its Levorg tourer concept ahead of its unveiling at next month's Tokyo Motor Show. The concept, which previews a new 2014 model, is designed to blur the line between a tourer's practicality and a sports car's design and will target the Japanese market. Its name is derived from a combination of the words ‘Legacy', ‘Revolution' and ‘Touring'.
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