DeLorean & CT6 Production Among Top Automotive News

DeLorean & CT6 Production Among Top Automotive News

01/28/2016

Automotive news did not disappoint this week! The DeLorean is restarting production and the astonishing Cadillac CT6 gets its first test drive. Here’s a look at our top 5 automotive stories this week!

 

DeLorean restarts car production near Houston

The creator of the Back to the Future car John DeLorean was the subject of a famous drug trafficking case during the 1980s. Keep clicking to learn more about the trials and what got DeLorean in trouble. DeLorean was a Michigan-born engineer who worked for General Motors before starting his own company in the 1970s. 27 Images…

 
 

Connected Vehicle Specialist Harman Unveils $30M Headquarters in Novi, MI

Harman International Industries Inc., a designer & engineer of connected vehicle systems, on Monday unveiled its new $30 million, 200,000-square-foot North American headquarters in Novi at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Read more…

 
 

Most Impactful Cars Of The Last Decade: How Supercars Became Hypercars

In the beginning, performance cars were for people who lived on the fringes. These early supercars were hard to handle and harshly punished timid drivers that weren’t precise to the millimeter. But supercars didn’t want to remain sadistic killers forever. In modern times, it wasn’t enough just to go fast, cars had to preserve the lives of their drivers but still have an untamed feel while delivering eye-opening performance. Read more…

 

2016 Cadillac CT6 First Drive

Cadillac’s latest offering to take on Europe’s best is the 2016 CT6 full-size sedan, which is arriving in March. A new flagship model for the brand, the CT6 is actually a “tweener.” It’s sized like the BMW 7-Series, which makes it about four-to-five inches shorter than the Audi A8 and Mercedes-Benz S-Class, and priced more like the smaller Audi A6, BMW 5-Series, and Mercedes E-Class. 16 Images…

 

The Hottest Trend at This Years Detroit Auto Show? Not Cars

mobility auto showOne year it was electrification; another year, it was infotainment. This year, the buzzword capturing the imagination of the automotive industry was mobility. Mobility, as defined by the auto industry, refers to getting goods and people from point A to point B. Big Mobility Trends…

 



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