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Read more about Jaguar: Jaguar is one of the most recognized manufacturers of cars and motorcycles in England by their luxurious sedans and sports. It was founded in 1922 by William Lyons under the name of the Swallow Sidecar Company, name that was changed after the second world war due to its unfortunate acronym SS, which were consistent with the one of a division of the nazi army.

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  • Audi RS1 rule does not throw

    Audi RS1 rule does not throw

    Launched at the Geneva show this year, S1 and S1 Sportback 2014 models can make an even more powerful brother, the RS1. In an interview with Motoring, Frank Gruner, Audi designer responsible for the car, when asked about the possibility of an even stronger version of the project, practically confirmed the possibility.

  • Secret: new ix35 runs in Tests

    Secret: new ix35 runs in Tests

    The new generation of the ix35 is already being tested by Hyundai. The prototype you see in these photos was spotted on an ice rink closed in the Arctic Circle.

  • Chevrolet calls recall Classic, Cobalt, Montana and Spin

    Chevrolet calls recall Classic, Cobalt, Montana and Spin

    Chevrolet announced on Thursday (27) the recall of 16,706 copies and Classic Cobalt sedans, pickup of Montana minivan and Spin in the Brazilian market. All of them are 2014 model, manufactured between 19 November 2013 and 07 February 2014.

  • Alfa Romeo plans new car with rear wheel drive, says site

    Alfa Romeo plans new car with rear wheel drive, says site

    According to Automotive News portal, Alfa Romeo developed a new rear-wheel drive car, that would have received the name Giorgio. Remember that at the end of October last year, Sergio Marchionne, CEO of Fiat-Chrysler, said something about the future of Alfa Romeo and promised to provide further details at the end of the first quarter of 2014.

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