Wednesday, March 12, 2014
The motor industry is facing the most radical overhaul in over a century, according to the head of VW Group. That’s why the firm’s premium bran(...)
Bugatti has been either a roaring success or a crashing failure for Volkswagen.
From a technical point of view it has been good. In spit(...)
You probably don’t want to admit how much money you’ve lost on cars over the years. Neither does the car industry, but the amounts its biggest mistake(...)
What does the world’s most fuel-efficient production car have in common with the world’s fastest and most powerful? Much more than you might think. Th(...)
At the last Frankfurt motor show in 2011, the big story was not the cars, but the euro zone crisis and specifically how the continent’s car companies (...)
Volkswagen may well be losing several million Euro on each Bugatti Veyron that it sells, but that doesn’t seem to be stopping the famed Franco-German (...)
From Bugatti and Bentley to Ferrari, Porsche and Maserati, nine luxury cars seized from the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president as part of a money-l(...)
The Irish person clutching a €94 million winning EuroMillions ticket to their chest becomes, if they are not part of a syndicate, the 96th-richest p(...)
Neil BriscoeRules for enforcing carbon emissions limits on new cars have been agreed by the Environmental Committee of the European Parliament, but al(...)
A Bugatti production car has set the new world speed record for an open-top production car, with a top speed of 408.84 km/h (254mph).
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