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Mercedes CLS gets a mid-life facelift

When Mercedes released its first CLS, people questioned the move. Who wants a four-door coupe? Despite having some doubters, it turned out to be a huge hit with style-conscious buyers, especially after the release of the second generation model in 2010. Mercedes has now revealed what the updated CLS will look like, and is packing some interesting tech into the new car, including a 9-speed automatic gearbox and tricky LED headlamps.Read More

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BMW unveils 2 Series Coupe

For ten years, the BMW 1 Series has been the company’s big gun when it comes to luxury compacts. Over the years, it’s gone through a number of variants and iterations, but now BMW is taking the lessons learned from the rear-wheel drive 1 Series, mixing them with its TwinPower Turbo technology, and has come up with the BMW 2 Series Coupé. Harkening back to the BMW 02 range of 45 years ago, the company is aiming to make the 2 Series distinct from its predecessor and able to see off the car maker’s competitors in the luxury compact market.Read More

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Lexus RC F coupe surfaces in Detroit

Lexus has unveiled the 2015 Lexus RC F at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Building on the sporty image of the RC coupe unveiled in Tokyo last year, the latest iteration of the four-seater, rear-wheel drive compact executive coupé features a 2UR-GSE V8 engine and other refinements to allow for the larger powertrain.Read More

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Volvo Concept Coupé goes crossover for Detroit

At the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Volvo shot us a peek at a bolder future with the simply-named Concept Coupé. In addition to styling, the concept was meant to showcase one application of Volvo's new Scalable Product Architecture, which will make its production debut on the 2015 XC90. The next preview of that architecture is the Concept XC Coupé, a stylish small crossover. Read More

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Jaguar F-Type R Coupe steps out in Tokyo

The Jaguar F-Type has had a hard time gaining acceptance in the automotive world, but then, the the classic E-Type is a phenomenally tough act to follow ... think coming on after the Beatles. Nevertheless, Jaguar is still in there punching with last week’s world première of the F-Type R Coupé version of its F-Type Convertible, which is based on the 2011 Jaguar C-X16 concept.Read More

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