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Maserati Grand Turismo S Auto – details ahead of GenevaMon, 23 Feb 2009
Maserati Grand Turismo S – now gets the ZF 6-speed auto ‘box And in many ways this is a much better bet than a Ferrari. Much the same kudos, but a much lower price. And be in no doubt; people feel the same about Maseratis as they do about Ferraris, so you’ll get all the glory for driving a fantastic Italian machine, and you won’t be marked down as the driver of a flash, common-or-garden Ferrari!
2011 Infiniti G37 updates & plans to double salesWed, 09 Mar 2011
2011 Infiniti G37 Convertible It’s not five minutes since Infiniti introduced the G37 – a 3-Series size car – to the UK and Europe, but already they’re tweaking and titivating to make it more appealing. The Infiniti G37 range consists of three body styles – saloon, coupe and convertible – and all three get the 3.7 litre V6 and a seven-speed auto ‘box with paddle-shift as standard, with new alloys and paint colours offered across the range. The Infiniti G Saloon comes in four flavours – G37, G37x GT, G37 x GT Premium and G37 S Premium.
New Boxster and Caymen swell Porsche’s order bookSat, 11 Apr 2009
The 2009 Porsche Cayman S - helping to boost Porsche sales [ad#ad-1] We’ve run stories on how well Porsche, and the whole VW/Audi group, is holding up through the current malaise in the car industry. Porsche’s last lot of profit figures were very impressive, but were mainly due to the huge amounts Porsche made on its trading in VW shares. We noted at that time that Porsche reckoned its sales were slow because people were waiting for the new versions of the Boxster and Cayman, and when that happened sales would increase.