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The four-door coupe market is beginning to get crowded and the Mercedes-Benz CLS won't be alone for long. Both the Porsche Panamera and the Aston Martin Rapide will be bringing their coupe-like profiles to the party in the next few years. BMW's date to the dance will be the X6, a four-door coupe based on the X5 SUV that separates itself with four-wheel drive and a higher seating position than the competition. Power will be provided by either a V8 or a version of BMW's decorated V10 engine. The c

Blogger Josh Murphy posted three pics of what appear to be the first official shots of BMW’s 3-Series Coupe. Murphy claims a friend of his at a magazine sent the pics to him, which that friend will likely think twice about doing from now on. We’ve seen a ridiculous number of spy shots and renderings of the 3-Series Coupe, so pardon us if we don’t sound more excited about the official snaps finally surfacing. We will say that the two-door looks as streamlined as the spy pics hav

The irreverent monthly car magazine MPH is reportedly road kill. The move by publisher American Media Inc. comes as Chairman David Pecker restructures the company, doing away with the upstart publication less than a year after its September launch. The changes at AMI will also see the demise of Celebrity Living (read: MTV’s ‘Cribs’ in print) and Shape en Español. The National Enquirer, an AMI mainstay will move its offices back to Boca Raton, Florida and change editors.

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