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2013 Fiat 500 gets modest turbo modelFri, 17 Aug 2012
Fiat is adding a midlevel model, the 500 Turbo, to its U.S. lineup for 2013. The car will get a turbocharged 1.4-liter MultiAir engine rated at 135 hp and 150 lb-ft of torque.
Bentley SUV to get W12 engineMon, 10 Oct 2011
The Bentley SUV will get a W12 engine option Back in July we had the talkative Bentley boss Wolfgang Dürheimer musing that Bentley will produce the ultimate luxury SUV, with plans to take the underpinnings from sister company Porsche’s Cayenne and make the most opulent SUV on the planet. The plan for a Bentley SUV has been around for a while, but the perception by car makers that big SUVs were unpalatable to the general public in these eco-obsessed times meant plans by many car makers to build an SUV were left to gather dust on the shelves. But those car makers who chose to ignore the brickbats directed at big SUVs have proved that there is big demand for luxury monsters (the Cayenne has turned in to Porsche’s biggest cash cow) and that the anti-SUV lobby was simply a very small bunch of eco-mentalists making headlines.
College Exhibition: CCS - American Iron and Steel Institute project 2006Wed, 20 Sep 2006
Students from Detroit's College for Creative Studies and University of Michigan have unveiled the results of the 18th annual American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) summer automotive design internship. Three engineering students joined three transportation design students to produce concept vehicles that targeted either Generation X, Baby Boomers and the Millennial generation. The concept vehicles embody leading-edge steel technology utilizing a flexible platform.