Chevrolet constructed the Indy Concept in 1985 and showed it at the 1986 Detroit Auto Show. The inoperative show car was powered by a mid-engined twin-turbo 2.6 liter V8 engine designed by Lotus Engineering. Two additional fully road worthy prototypes followed. The Corvette Indy concept was created to showcase Chevrolet's advanced automotive technology and featured 4-wheel drive, 4-wheel steering, rear view camera with in-dash view screen and drive by wire system. The concept was expected to reach a top speed of 180 mph.
◾Infiniti hints at powertrain for Q50 Eau Rouge concept
◾Engine to be revealed at Geneva Motor Show on March 4
◾For more information, visit http://unveil.infiniti.com/
Geneva / Hong Kong – Infiniti has today released a new preview of the Q50 Eau Rouge concept – the sound of premium automotive performance. The identity of the big personality engine with forced induction under Eau Rouge's sculpted and vented hood will be revealed at the 2014 Geneva International Motor Show, but it can be hear...[Read more...]
In 1955, perhaps the most unlikely of drivers would survive the attrition and the beckoning Monaco harbor to claim his only victory in Formula One. Some three years later, and more unlikely than ever to even win a second race at any circuit, the same Frenchman would steal the crown jewel to become just the second man in Formula One history to earn two or more victories on the streets of the principality.
Maurice Trintignant's victory in the chaotic and drama-filled 1955 Monaco Grand Prix was...[Read more...]
◾The stylish, fuel-efficient and technology-loaded Ford Fiesta outsold the Toyota and Scion brands' triplet of subcompact vehicles in the first half of 2013, and is drawing a younger audience of 46 percent gen Y and gen X buyers – compared to Toyota's 36 percent average
◾Based on Ford analysis of Polk retail registration data, the Ford brand has grown its retail share of the millennial market faster than any other automotive brand since 2009 – a pace that would soon make Ford the No. 1 choice...[Read more...]
• May New-Vehicle Retail Selling Rate Expected to be 1 Million Units Stronger than a Year Ago WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif., May 23, 2013 - Robust new-vehicle retail sales in May are the driving factor of returning total sales above the 15-million unit selling level for the month, according to a monthly sales forecast developed by J.D. Power & Associates' Power Information Network® (PIN) and LMC Automotive.
Retail Light-Vehicle Sales
New-vehicle retail sales in May are pr...[Read more...]
DETROIT – Chevrolet announced today that it will enter the small cargo van segment with the City Express to meet the demands of customers in an emerging commercial vehicle segment.
The 2015 City Express, Chevrolet's first entry into the small van segment in the U.S. and Canada, joins the full-size Express van as part of the Chevrolet lineup in the fall of 2014.
'Our fleet customers have asked us for a small cargo van, so this addition to the Chevrolet portfolio will strengthen our position...[Read more...]