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  1. Mercedes>DETROIT: S-Class XL/S600 Maybach & GLA 45 AMG

    European Competition
    Mercedes-Benz S-Class XL spied, could receive the S600 Maybach nameplate The extra-long wheelbase Mercedes-Benz S-Class was caught on camera in Stuttgart, ahead of this year's launch. It will reportedly be stretched by 200mm compared to the current long wheelbase S-Class which has a 5246mm...
  2. Super Duty to receive 9 speed in 2016

    Ford Truck Discussion
    My dad was at the Ford Sharonville (Cincinnati) plant today and a guy was telling him that they're going to redo most of the plant in 1-2 years for the new 9 speed. So I figure it will be available in 2016 as a result.
  3. Next Ford Edge and S-Max to Receive Same CD4 Derivative Platform

    FIN Headline News
    The Next Wave Begins FordInsideNews.com May 16, 2012 By: Austin Rutherford Now that the Fusion/Mondeo and MkZ are nearing completion. Ford is putting all efforts into the next stage of CD4 on the front burner. FIN has now learned of some interesting information of this product cadence. As...
  4. 2013 Ford Escape 2.5L and 2.0L EcoBoost Receive Official MPG Figures

    Ford Brand News - Global
    1.6L EcoBoost comes later in the year FordInsideNews.com April 20, 2012 This morning, the EPA finally released official MPG figures for the 2013 Escape. Due to the 1.6L I-4 EcoBoost's late availability, only the 2.5L and 2.0L EcoBoost's ratings were released. All the power train...
  5. Next F-150 to receive Innovative Changes amid CAFE

    Ford Brand News - Global
    Sources Say: Ford Planning Innovative Changes Aimed at Fuel Efficiency in Next F-150 by Mike Levine November 14, 2010 Pickuptrucks In order to meet tough new federal regulations that raise fuel economy requirements to 30 mpg for light trucks and SUVs by 2016, Ford is considering radical ways...
  6. Hyundai Equus, Genesis, and Genesis Coupe to Receive All-Wheel Drive

    Ford Corporate News
    While in California this week taking our first turn behind the wheel of the new Equus luxury sedan, we got confirmation from Hyundai America CEO John Krafcik that the big barge will be getting all-wheel drive in the near future, as will its platform-mate, the Genesis, and the Genesis’s...
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