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The iconic DeLorean DMC-12 featuring its unmistakable gull-wing doors and stainless steel body will be introduced with a variety of upgrades, according to MLive.
Although best known among younger generations due to the Back to the Future films, DeLoreans are also known for their distinctive design and the troubled history of the company’s founder, John DeLorean.
The current incarnation of the DeLorean Motor Company, which has no connection to John DeLorean’s original company, was founded in order to service the active DeLorean enthusiast market. There are an estimated 6,500 DeLoreans on the road today, out of the total production of 9,000 cars.
The 2017 DeLorean will follow the design of the classic cars, but include a variety of improvements such as a more powerful engine, different wheels with better brakes, and updated electronics. DeLorean’s website includes a production blog providing updates on specifications.
DeLorean is planning to produce a
... read more at: http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/06/08/back-to-the-future-new-delorean-cars-coming-in-2017/
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2013 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class
Mercedes-Benz has issued a recall on certain versions of its SL-Class because of a faulty sensor that determines whether the passenger side airbag deploys. The recall affects SL550, SL63 AMG and SL65 AMG models from the 2013 model year, but only those manufactured
... read more at: http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1089066_2013-mercedes-benz-sl-class-recalled-due-to-faulty-airbag-sensor
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Final safety testing has officially been completed for the 2017 Buick LaCrosse, in which the National Highway Traffic Association awarded the sedan a five-star rating. With that, each of Buick’s six models has earned a five-star safety rating from the NHTSA.
This is the third consecutive year Buick has swept the safety ratings with each of its vehicles, which began in 2015. The 2017 Buick Cascada has also become the first convertible of the year to earn a five-star Overall Vehicle Store.
“We know safety is top of mind for buyers when shopping for new vehicles, and the recent ratings by NHTSA showcase our brand’s dedication to providing our customers with safe, reliable transportation,” said Duncan Aldred, vice president of Global Buick Sales, Service and Marketing. “We’ve launched four new vehicles in 2016 and we are extremely proud to continue to offer a lineup of award-winning vehicles that have NHTSA five-star
... read more at: http://gmauthority.com/blog/2017/01/every-2017-buick-has-earned-an-nhtsa-five-star-safety-rating/
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2016 Cadillac ELR
Cadillac’s ELR has bowed out of production a little more than two years after reaching showrooms.
The last ELR rolled off the line at General Motors Company’s [NYSE:GM] Detroit-Hamtramck plant in February, a Cadillac spokesman confirmed to http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1104054_cadillac-ends-elr-production
2005 GMC Envoy XUV SLE
Bad ideas aren’t exclusive to the car business–but sometimes, they get mass-produced there.
Not all of the cars on this list are bad, but they sure were short-lived. Maybe it was timing. Or maybe they really deserved it, you make the call.
Here’s a concise compendium of cars that lasted just a year or two–or less–on the market.
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1956 Dodge LaFemme
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Dodge LaFemme (1956)
Dodge’s ill-fated attempt at swooning the li’l ladies of the house reeked of a few “tee many martoonis” during the all-male lunch hour. Dodge execs
... read more at: http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1104458_the-quick-and-the-dead-10-cars-that-were-sometimes-mercifully-axed-fast
Dr. Joel K. HopkinA Salem doctor was upgraded to fair condition today, close to three weeks after his legs were crushed between two vehicles at Portland International Airport.
The incident occurred at 10:30 p.m. April 5 outside the baggage claim area.
Lt. Bob Baxter, a Port of Portland police spokesman, said a 2003 Cadillac DeVille started the chain reaction.
Carolyn Kerr, 79, of Vancouver and her husband, Donald Kerr, 83, came to the airport to pick up a passenger, Baxter said. Carolyn Kerr, who had been driving, stepped out to look for the passenger, and Donald Kerr slid behind the wheel.
“Somehow, as Mr. Kerr moved across the seat, the vehicle was accidentally put into gear and began to move forward,” Baxter said. “He might have stepped on the gas pedal instead of the brake.”
Baxter said he did not anticipate any charges being filed.
Hopkin is a clinical assistant professor in the oral
... read more at: http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingnews/2008/04/salem_doctor_still_critical_af.html