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No Volkswagen Polo sedan for US

22 April, 2020
Given that the US is currently undergoing a love-affair with the newly released Volkswagen Jetta, there probably won’t be too much disappointment that the Volkswagen Polo sedan will unlikely get a stateside debut. Volkswagen is steadily shoring-up its US market…

Fiat and Chrysler: possible partnership over Jeep

20 April, 2020
Fiat could find itself in an interesting new partnership as Chrysler looks overseas to save the sinking ship. A collaboration with Tata Motors could also be on the cards as Chrysler attempts to enter the Asian and Indian markets with…

No Audi manufacturing in the US

11 April, 2020
Audi is keen to establish its presence more in the US, becoming more competitive against the other luxury German brands of BMW and Mercedes. But for the moment it will have to wait as currency fluctuations have stalled plans for…

Fiat strictly C segment in US

8 April, 2020
Fiat is going to have to play a delicate game so as not to step on the toes of any Chrysler models in the US. According to reports from Autocar, the Fiat 500 will be followed by another of the…

Volkswagen Tiguan to be built in US

3 April, 2020
Volkswagen has some work to do for its brand on the US car market and in plans to expand beyond the Passat, Jetta and Beetle models, reports have emerged that it might expand its production and build the Volkswagen Tiguan…

Ford: kinetic design evolution at the Detroit show

31 March, 2020
I feel like we’re in a twilight world for the automobile industry at the moment, with talk of the US government needing to bail-out the flailing US car industry, and yet the Detroit motor show will go on, with some…

US car sales Fiat 500

30 March, 2020
Just to slot right into a stereotype here, when you think Texas you think cowboys, spurs, check shirts and pick-ups right? Well, Americans and their modest love affair with the Fiat 500 are here to disprove our European notions. The…

50,000 Fiat 500 to be sold in US

29 March, 2020
Reports are that Fiat has planned sales of 50,000 Fiat 500 models in the US market when it turns up later this year. Those figures are good for 2011 as well, but that sounds like a lot of little cars…