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    Report: Bentley/Bugatti chief Durheimer moving to Audi in management shake-up

    Running a high-end automobile manufacturer like Bentley or Bugatti has got to be a dream job for most any business executive. And Wolfgang Dürheimer gets to run them both – but not for much longer, according to the latest reports coming in from trade publication Automotive News ...

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    Report: VW won't race in NASCAR, but pondering Indy Car and ALMS

    Volkwagen has made it clear that the automaker has no plans to dive into NASCAR, but that doesn't mean that the company is turning its back on American motorsports altogether. According to, Wolfgang Durheimer, head of Volkwagen Group motorsports, says his company is currently ...

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    Report: Bentley CEO wants model variants to proliferate to Porsche 911-like levels

    You don't port over an executive from one company to another without expecting him (or her) to apply the same sort of successful formulas that brought success for his former employer to the new one. And that's certainly the case with automotive executives. Alan Mulally, for example, was tipped to ...

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    Report: Bentley CEO confirms plug-in hybrid plans, SUV development

    The crew at Motor Trend recently took the time to sit down with Wolfgang Durheimer, president and CEO of Bentley, for a chat about what we can expect to see from the ultra-luxury manufacturer in the near future. As we've heard, plans are already in the works for a Bentley SUV. Why sully the brand ...

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    Report: Could Bugatti manage a two-car lineup?

    For as long as anyone can remember, Bugatti has been a one-model marque. For the past seven years, that model has been the Veyron. Before that, it was the EB110. In the 1950s, it was the Type 101. In fact, you'd have to go back to the late 30s to find more than one line of vehicles coming out of ...

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    Report: Porsche 918 road car will be the Spyder

    Porsche 918 Spyder – Click above for high-res image gallery
    Porsche has unveiled two very different versions of the enticing 918 project. First came the 918 Spyder at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, and then the German automaker took the wraps off the 918 RSR in Detroit. While the former was ...


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