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Saab gets small payment from Youngman after yesterday’s ‘misunderstanding’

Thu, 13 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Saab gets a small payment from Youngman What on earth are we going to do once the Saab Saga is resolved? The machinations and misunderstandings surrounding Victor Muller’s increasingly desperate quest to keep Saab alive has probably provided more stories than almost anything else this year. Yesterday’s Saab episode surrounded Pangda Chairman Pang Qinghua stating that the Saab deal was no longer valid since Saab went in to court protection in Sweden, raising the prospect of one of Saab’s creditors pushing the bankruptcy button rather swiftly.

Lexus To Launch Sporty RC F Coupe At Goodwwod Festival Of Speed

Fri, 20 Jun 2014 00:00:00 -0700

JAPANESE premium car maker Lexus is to mark its attendance at next week’s Goodwood Festival of Speed by unveiling its latest sports coupe, the RC F. Due for launch in 2015, the RC F’s public debut won’t be restricted to a static display, as the car will also be driven up the famous Goodwood hill over the course of the festival weekend. At the car’s heart is a 5.0-litre, 450 horsepower petrol V8 motor, while trick electronics ensure its remains stable despite the considerable power available at the driver’s disposal.

2015 McLaren P13 details revealed

Wed, 02 Apr 2014 00:00:00 -0700

McLaren McLaren is not officially talking about its next car yet, other than to say it’s in the pipeline under the internal codename of P13. But having spent the last few days trying out the new 650S supercar, we have managed to gather a few intriguing details. The P13 – which won’t be called the P13 when it goes on sale – will join the McLaren range as an entry-level model, priced at around about £120,000.