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Condition:New other (see details) Brand:MasterCraft Country/Region of Manufacture:United States MPN:88551010 Manufacturer Part Number:88551010 manufacturer:MasterCraft Boat Company Item_Condition:New other (see details) Part Brand:MasterCraft country_of_manufacture:United States

College Exhibition: Coventry University Design Degree Show 2005

Tue, 05 Jul 2005

  John Buckingham's Lagonda project was one of several Aston Martin projects featured this year. This is a front-engined limousine in the style of the 1976 Bill Towns Lagonda with a compact cabin, shallow DLO and a very long, high tail combined with a much more 'delicate' aesthetic than existing full-size limousines. Unusual features include a shark nosed form with concave sculpted fenders inspired by the DB3R and a full-width light bar visor contained in an inverted Aston grille.

India turns the screw on luxury car makers

Thu, 24 Mar 2011

Land Rover will still be sending CKD to India despite the rise in import duty (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({}); India’s economy is growing almost exponentially, as a result of which it has a big, rising middle-class with much the same aspirations as the middle-class in the West. Those aspirations include the accumulation of status symbols considered worthy of representing their success and new wealth, none more so than a good set of wheels. So it’s no surprise that the mainstream luxury car makers – Jaguar, Land Rover, Mercedes, Audi and BMW – are ready, willing and able to provide exactly what India’s middles classes are looking for.

The 10 most patriotic car-buying states

Thu, 04 Jul 2013

With a holiday coming around the bend with the main premise of patriotism, ’Merica and fireworks, here is a compilation of analytics to show off which states remain loyal to the domestics. Santa Monica, Calif.-based TrueCar reports that the most patriotic state, most likely to buy a new domestic car or truck, would be the Motor City. These statistics were compiled using transaction figures based on domestic vehicle sales.