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The Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) remains firmly in place: Jeep will not be sold

Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said clearly that the Jeep brand will not be sold in any form, amid speculation that the FCA would like to give the company to the Chinese from Guangzhou Automobile Group Co Ltd (GAC). The Jeep brand is seen as a lead in the Fiat-Chrysler group’s offensive to boost sales and profit, especially in US. ...

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Samson Switchblade: the first flying sports car at a price of $120,000 in the spring of 2018

Samson Motorworks claims that its amateur-built roadable aircraft Samson Switchblade, equipped with a 1.6-liter V4 engine, will be the world’s first flying sports car. TheĀ roadable aircraft is scheduled to be launched this year, with a base price around $ 120,000 (100,000 EUR). Samson Motorworks, based in Meadow Vista, California, is the last one on the list of companies that promise ...

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Subaru Viziv Performance STI Concept: the first teasers with the performance version of Viziv Performance

The Japanese automaker has published two teasers with the Subaru Viziv Performance STI Concept, the performance version of the concept with the same name revealed in October 2017. The official launch is scheduled for January 12th. At the Tokyo Motor Show in October last year, Subaru unveiled the Viziv Performance concept, which is said to anticipate the launch of the ...

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BMW 7 Series will get the facelift in 2019

BMW 7 Series will receive a facelift in 2019, according to sources in the company quoted by BMW Blog. The Germans are also preparing to launch a new hybrid model – 745e, which will develop about 395 horsepower. The sixth and the newest generation of the 7 Series was launched in 2015, with BMW’s sales of more than 1.6 million ...

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Diesel decline: from 55% to 44% in Europe. Analysts predict further decline

If 6 years ago diesels were the best-selling engines in Europe, in 2017 it fell below 45%. Analysts have mixed views about the future pace of decline, but all converge on the same conclusion: the diesel engine era sets slowly but surely. Sales of new diesel engines fell last year in Europe, continuing its decline beginning in 2012. If the ...

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