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2012 Ford Focus ST

The production form of the 2012 Ford Focus ST debuts in Frankfurt

When the 2012 Ford Focus ST hits the streets in 40 markets around the world, it will be the first time that Ford has offered a performance car on a global level (in similar form) and today as the world prepares for the 2012 Frankfurt Motor Show, Ford unveiled the production version of the new high performance focus 5-door hatchback.

2013 Lexus GS 450h debuts at Frankfurt show featuring Dynamic Handling

The Lexus GS 450h was the world’s first hybrid executive sports sedan at its debut in 2007, but returns at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show for the 2013 model year with a second generation hybrid drive system and an Atkinson cycle V6 gasoline engine in a front-engine, rear wheel drive vehicle.
2011 Frankfurt Auto Show

Full coverage of the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

The 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show officially opens on September 13th but with information trickling out from automakers around the world for months, this year’s Frankfurt show promises to bring a plethora of new model debuts to the global automotive industry – including names like the Lancia Stratos, the Ford Focus ST in production form, the new European Chevrolet Camaro Convertible and the twin rear wheel drive sports coupes from Subaru and Toyota.

The Mercedes Benz F125! Concept unveiled ahead of Frankfurt

Mercedes Benz hasn’t had much to say about what they are planning to unveil this week at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show but thanks to the Italian site Omni Autos, we have a look at the new Mercedes Benz F125! Concept that is expected to make its debut later this week in Frankfurt – with the German automaker is calling on a high tech powertrain and their distinctive gullwing door style.

GM, Ford and Toyota stock downtrends enforce need for trader mentality

Despite all the news by President Obama, the FOMC and the government committing to more fiscal stimulus, many auto sector stock investors in GM, Ford and Toyota have taken a hard hit with lower highs and lower lows, and are now left in a quandary: Who is best qualified to deal with this kind of market uncertainty, buy & hold investors or short-term traders?

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