Archive for December, 2009

General Motors Co. has extended a Dec. 31 deadline for bids for Saab, which will restart some production lines in January after a holiday shutdown, Saab said today.

Seat Ebro

28, Dec 2009

News has it that Seat is planning a coupe-like hatchback a la Scirocco to boost the brand’s image. According to Jan Lafrentz, the sales and marketing boss of Seat, “The design proposal for this car already exists, and they’re now only waiting for the green light.” Cool! Bobby, Wheels Weekly

Expected at the next Paris Motor Show in October 2010, Autointernationaal reports that a new CLS will debut with the expected rakish form – as well as a shooting brake version. While we’re all ogling pictures of the fetching three-door concept shown above, the production version is expected to carry four doors and a liftgate. […]

Folks, I’ll be drunk for the next three four days. So I wish everyone here, a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. At the mean time, please enjoy the Muppets’ wonderful rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody. *hick* And most importantly, don’t drink and drive!

Lexus VS

23, Dec 2009

When I saw pictures of Toyota Sienna, the first thing that came to my mind was, “Toyota and Lexus share the same (few) designers?” So, making the Sienna into a HS-like Lexus MPV was relatively easy.

Porsche 356 Roadster

22, Dec 2009

Now the smallest Porsche is not exactly small. The first Porsche however was the 356, a small 2-seater roadster with such diminutive scales that it’s somewhat the size of a Lotus Elise. Is there a market for such a little Porsche? Expected to be based on the new Volkswagen BlueSport concept, of which Audi will […]


21, Dec 2009

A song for GM

19, Dec 2009

Rest in peace, Saab.

Dear all readers! Issue 7 is ready and out! A very special issue as Volkswagen is on our front page! Not just Volkswagen, but the entire group consisting Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Seat, Skoda, Porsche and Lamborghini! Reason behind? Check it out, and we bring you from Volkswagen’s past, to what they are today – “The […]