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Kia Soulster concept unveiled at Detroit auto show 2009

Mon, 12 Jan 2009

By Ben Pulman Motor Shows 12 January 2009 13:48 To rub salt into the wounds of the beleaguered Big Three, Korean manufacturer Kia unveiled its own version of the iconic American pick-up truck at the Detroit auto show. But rather than a ultilitarian flat-bed, the Soulster concept is something at the very other end of the scale, designed to drum up interest in the Soul (on which it's based) before the B-segment baby goes on sale later in 2009. The Soulster concept was penned at Kia’s LA design studio – where the original Soul concept was created – and while there are no current production plans, company insiders have said that the right reaction from American customers could see the Soulster become a reality.

Acura NSX concept

Tue, 24 Jan 2012

The Acura NSX concept made its world debut at the 2012 NAIAS. Its mid-engine layout dictates its proprtions, which are simpilar to Audi's R8, for example, yet its form language is uniquely lightweight. its face features a wider, more open interpretation of the Acura family graphic, whch is expected to be changed for markets where the car will be sold as a Honda.

Mercedes plots McLaren buyout

Wed, 04 Oct 2006

By Georg Kacher Motor Industry 04 October 2006 09:00 DaimlerChrysler is planning a bid for the McLaren Group, to gain full control of its F1 operation and production of the SLR supercar. CAR Online asked DC boss Dieter Zetsche if he was considering extending Mercedes' stake in McLaren, to give the Germans control. 'It's one of the options we might exercise,' he said.