Auburn Hills, Mich., Aug 11, 2005 – The HEMI engine has a long list of historical milestones, and today marked a new achievement for the storied engine: the one-millionth modern HEMI was produced. Read More
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. – When Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance organizers announced last year that Alfa Romeo would be a featured marque at their 2005 show, they hoped to attract a sizable assortment of vehicles from the 95-year history of the Italian automaker. Their expectations have been greatly exceeded. Read More
With the new B Class, Mercedes-Benz aims to underscore its role as a trendsetter among the world’s leading automobile manufacturers and to attract a young, modern target group that wants functionality combined with fascinating design and a high level of driving pleasure. Thus, this new ‘compact sports’ touring vehicle represents the ideal platform for Carlsson, the renowned Mercedes tuner, to offer a customised vehicle for B Class drivers interested in a more ambitious style of driving – a vehicle that stands out from the crowd and combines driving pleasure with a high technological standard. Read More
Mitsubishi Motors has released the first image of its latest concept car, the Concept-Sportback. Set to make its world debut at Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the Mitsubishi Concept-Sportback gives the first indications of the company’s vision for its next generation of C-segment cars and debuts its design inspiration for a new European 5-door sports hatchback.
Carl Modesette – Staff Writer, Dubspeed Media Photos by Dubspeed Media Photographers, Matt Chow and Zerin Dube
Despite close ties to the B6 platform, the B7 S4 is a completely different car in almost every way. Visually and viscerally, Audi has certainly reached the pinnacle of refinement with their most recent offering. I went into this review with high expectations, and with few reservations, those expectations were met. Read More
Words by: Zerin Dube – Dubspeed Media Staff Photos by: Matt Chow, Zerin Dube and Todd Spoth
In today’s world of global partnerships and remote offices, executives find themselves needing to travel more and more in order to meet the needs of their businesses. Airlines are taking advantage of this new era by touting their “new and improved” business class seating just about everywhere you go. Each airline tries to one-up its competition, offering just a little more leg room, or a place for you to plug in your laptop or other electronic gadgets, all in an effort to try and seduce the would-be business traveler to fly their airline. Read More