Koenigsegg CC8S, Bugatti EB110, 2016 BMW 7-Series: This Week’s Top Photos

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Koenigsegg’s first car, the CC8S, was launched in 2002 but the company’s story goes back much further than that. Recently, CEO and founder Christian von Koenigsegg revealed the inspiration behind the Swedish supercar marque and how he actually went about raising funds to start it. Incredibly, even he though...Read more

Sergio Marchionne To Be Named CEO Of Ferrari?

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About a month ago, reports emerged claiming longstanding Ferrari CEO Amedeo Felisa had resigned and that a search was on for his replacement. It’s now being reported that Sergio Marchionne, already chairman of Ferrari as well as CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles [NYSE:FCAU], may step in to tide things over at the ...Read more

2016 BMW 7-Series Driven, 2016 Subaru BRZ Priced, Humvee Replaced: Today’s Car News

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We’ve just driven the all-new BMW 7-Series and are happy to report that the car improves on the outgoing model in almost every way. Fast, roomy, comfortable, and packed with technology, it makes an excellent competitor for the stately Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and right now it’s probably the best full-size sed...Read more

Ford Bronco Comeback, 2016 Subaru BRZ, 2016 BMW 7-Series: What’s New @ The Car Connection

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From The Car Connection: Holy Crap, The Ford Bronco May Make A Comeback, Too It's been a week of highs and lows for Ford fans. On Monday, the company's stock took a nosedive, thanks largely to fears about China and Ford's future there. But that bad news was balanced out a couple of days later, when rumors began circula...Read more

Reborn TVR Sells Out First Year’s Production Allocation In Six Weeks

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TVRs have always been a niche product, but it appears there’s plenty of pent-up demand for a new one because the company has managed to sell a year’s production allocation for a new sports car in just six weeks—without even showing any of the car or revealing how much it will cost. About two years ago...Read more