Category Archives: Development & Design

Cadillac Streamlines ATS and CTS Trim Levels

For model year 2017, Cadillac is streamlining their ATS and CTS product lines with new trim levels. The brand says they have renamed the levels to show consistency across the lineup. The new trim levels include: Cadillac ATS sedans and coupes – ATS, Luxury, Premium Luxury and Premium Performance Cadillac CTS sedans – CTS, Luxury, Premium Luxury, V-Sport and V-Sport Premium.

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Volkswagen Announces Plans for MY 2017 Beetle

The Volkswagen Beetle is leading the charge as Volkswagen looks to revitalize its profit margins with new models for model year 2017. #PinkBeetle Sporting its own unique shade of Fresh Fuchsia Metallic paint, the limited-edition #PinkBeetle will be offered in  limited quantities across the United States.Powered by a 1.8-liter turbocharged and direct-injection TSI engine and a six-speed automatic transmission, #PinkBeetle produces 170 horsepower

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Want a New Honda Accord? These Are Your Options.

The 2017 Honda Accord Sedan and Coupe arrive in showrooms today. Among the popular trim levels usually offered by the automaker, there’s a new Sport Special Edition buyers can choose from. For the 2017 model year, all trim levels of the Accord received enhancements including new styling, a more rigid body, upgraded chassis and upsized wheels and tires on select models.

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Toyota Announces Pricing for 2017 Camry

America’s best-selling car is set to offer buyers increased value for model year 2017, adding enhanced infotainment and safety technology all while keeping the price at a level that will undoubtedly keep the car appealing to buyers. For 2017, the Camry will be offered in four trim levels:  LE, XLE, SE, and XSE.  The Camry Hybrid is available in three models, including

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Lincoln Adds Features and Technology to MKC for 2017

  It’s quickly becoming one of Lincoln’s best selling vehicles and for 2017 the Lincoln MKC will be getting a few new features and technological add-ons. New for 2017 features potential buyers will find include: Power liftgate is now standard equipment versus optional Auto Start-Stop is now available on 2.0-liter all-wheel-drive MKC, standard on front-wheel-drive model; energy-conserving technology shuts off

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Subaru Introduces All-New Impreza, Signals Future of Brand

At the New York International Auto Show, Subaru unveiled the all-new 2017 Impreza, and with it insight into the future of the brand from styling to technology to manufacturing. Built upon the Subaru Global Platform, the Impreza displays sharp creases in its body styling and a more aggressive front end than previous generations all while retaining its Subaru heritage. Inside,

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