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2012 Mercedes M Class

The 2012 Mercedes-Benz models will be more fuel efficient and powerful

In the 2012 model-year most Mercedes-Benz vehicles will be equipped with a more fuel-efficient 7-speed automatic transmission and increased power from direct-injection gasoline engines. That includes a new turbo four-cylinder, a normally aspirated V6 and bi-turbo V8s – some with ECO Stop/Start technology. Yesterday we covered the C-Class through E-Class lineup and continue today starting with the E-Class sedan and wagon.

Audi e-gas project - on the route to CO2-neutral mobility

Going green is the trend adopted nowadays by almost any serious carmaker. As petrol supplies are constantly diminishing and the era of the conventional internal is obviously approaching the finish line, it's better to search for the best alternatives to power the cars you produce. Audi is calling the tune with the 'e-gas project' initiative which eyes the advent of the CO2-neutral mobility.

Porsche to build new US headquarters in Atlanta

Porsche Cars North America (PCNA) has announced that they will begin building a new North American headquarters near the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport in Atlanta, which will share space with Porsche Business Services and Porsche Financial Services – housing nearly all North American corporate offices in one location.

Porsche applies GTS treatment to the 911 Carrera 4

The new 998 generation of the iconic Porsche 911, that is undergoing the final experimental phase, will be officially introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September. Till then, the constructor from Zuffenhausen, Germany continues to garnish the current 997 lineup with exclusive models: today, it's the turn of the new 911 Carrera 4 GTS.

Scuderi Group releases results of split-cycle engine simulations

Scuderi Group, LLC today released the results of an extensive vehicle computer study (the Study), which was funded by the Scuderi Group and conducted by an internationally recognized, independent research laboratory. The Study modeled various Scuderi Split-Cycle (SSC) engine designs in a vehicle computer model of a 2011 Nissan Sentra.

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