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New Ford Kuga Titanium X Sport tops Kuga range

Mon, 19 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

The New Ford Kuga Titanium X Sport (pictured) is the new top of the range Kuga Ford’s latest Kuga crossover/SUV is turning in to something of a success story for Ford, with Kuga production increased earlier this year to keep up with demand. Not only that, but it seems some 87 per cent of all Kugas are being ordered in range-topping Titanium and Titanium X trim levels, which leaves Ford just one option – come up with a name for a trim level even higher than Titanium X to bring in more high-priced sales. Our suggestion earlier in the year was to do exactly that, perhaps with a Titanium XX, Titanium Ultimate  or Titanium Black, but Ford has decided on Kuga Titanium X Sport for their new range topping, more expensive, better equipped Kuga.

Hennessey unveils VelociRaptor SUV

Mon, 20 May 2013 00:00:00 -0700

From the folks who brought you the Venom GT and countless other cars and trucks capable of putting up ridiculous numbers, Hennessey Performance is back with another concoction, the VelociRaptor SUV. Based on the standard Ford F-150 Raptor, the truck is converted to a full-size SUV (think Ford Excursion) with seating for up to eight people. Though it's based on the Raptor, don't expect to go extreme off-roading with it, as Hennessey states that this car is intended for on-road use, as well as light to moderate off-roading.

Volkswagen unveils e-Golf at Frankfurt auto show

Tue, 10 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Casual conversation in Frankfurt among journalists has often turned to the latest iterations of the Volkswagen Golf and their essential goodness. Since the cars have yet to be seen on American shores, our rightfully skeptical colleagues who haven't been to Europe to sample the Mk. 7 versions of the car have generally said, "Well, they can't be that good.