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  • MINI announced the novelties on the Tokyo motor show

    MINI announced the novelties on the Tokyo motor show

    On opening tomorrow (for the press) the international motor show in the capital of Japan the Asian debut of new MINI Cooper will take place. In only some days after a world premiere in Great Britain this car will be presented and in Asia.

  • Alfa Romeo back to the United States with the 4C

    Alfa Romeo back to the United States with the 4C

    Alfa Romeo's return to the United States after nearly 20 years out of this market, the Italian brand will reestreiar Hall in New York, in April, with the 4C model.

  • SUV from Aston Martin must have the Mercedes-Benz GL platform

    SUV from Aston Martin must have the Mercedes-Benz GL platform

    The Aston Martin is planning to launch a production version of the Lagonda SUV concept (pictured), originally shown at the Geneva Motorshow 2009. According to Autocar website, the utility of the British manufacturer will use the same platform as the Mercedes-Benz GL.

  • Daimler wants to maintain relations with Renault-Nissan

    Daimler wants to maintain relations with Renault-Nissan

    Daimler is willing to maintain partnership with Renault-Nissan in the coming years. Speaking at the Automotive News website, Dieter Zetsche, CEO of the company, said that work together need not be restricted to a model or a segment.

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