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At least something is going right in the world when there's growing demand for twin-turbo V12 engines producing 621 horsepower. So to keep up with demand, Mercedes-AMG is expanding production to a new workshop in Mannheim, Germany.


The Acura NSX has been delayed yet again, with blame being placed on the move to a twin-turbocharged version of Honda's V6.


The latest report indicates that Nismo will produce as many as 17 examples of the Nissan Juke-R 2.0 that was revealed at the Goodwood Festival of Speed.


Three years ago Lamborghini previewed a crossover concept called Urus. Today the exotic automaker has gotten the green light for a production version.


GM is doing whatever it can to boost production of the Chevrolet Colorados and GMC Canyon at the Wentzville Assembly plant in order to keep up with high demand for the pickups.


Aston Martin has just obtained over $300 million for production of a DBX Concept-based crossover, courtesy of a stock issuance to its key investors.


A new plant in the southern United States is among the possibilities Aston Martin is considering for producing the DBX crossover concept.


Production of the 2016 Nissan Maxima is officially underway at the company's plant in Smyrna, TN. The new sedans should start arriving at dealers this summer.


Bimmer's Germany Factory Will Make About 20 A Day

BMW will double production of the i8 plug-in hybrid because of high demand.


Toyota is boosting production of hybrids in Japan by 30 percent compared to 2014 levels, and the company wants half of its sales there to be electrically assisted models as soon as next year.


Maserati is building more Ghibli and Quattroporte sedans than it can sell. It's cutting production at its Grugliasco plant to meet the lagging demand, but will it still be able to live up to its ambitious sales targets?


A tight supply of the 2015 Ford F-150 means that the truck isn't selling as many units as it might be able to, and that could be pulling down Ford sales. Currently, the pickups are only built at one plant, while the other is still changing over.


BMW may have split its smallest models into two lines, but ten years after its introduction and on the eve of the next model's launch, the Bavarian automaker has built its 2,000,000th 1 Series - a blue five-door headed for Japan.


It's official, boys and girls: Mazda has kicked off the start of production of the new MX-5 Miata at its Ujina plant in Hiroshima, Japan.


Demand for the Toyota Mirai is higher than the company says it anticipated, but the wait to get one in Japan reportedly sits at over two years. With Toyota's slow pace of production, the early success might hurt the sedan's prospects in the long run.


Toyota's New Video Series Takes Us Behind The Scenes

In a series of newly released videos and photos, Toyota is taking people behind the scenes at its Motomachi factory campus to show off the 13 people responsible for putting together the Mirai fuel cell vehicle.


Volkswagen plans to end Eos production completely at its plant in Portugal in May. European customers have until late March to make any final orders for the hardtop convertible.


If you have been saving to buy a new Huayra, we've got bad news for you: Pagani has sold them all. But the exotic automaker might still have some things in the works.


General Motors is drawing more Buick Encore production from factories in Mexico, Spain, and Korea for the US market due to the runaway sales success of the premium compact crossover.


After 700 This Year, The Japanese Automaker Will Build 2,000 in 2016

Toyota will ramp up production of its Mirai fuel-cell vehicle from 700 units this year to 2,000 in 2016 on higher demand.


The better part of a decade since its introduction, the Bugatti Veyron is approaching the end of its stretch of derestricted Autobahn, with only eight examples of the earth-shattering hypercar still left up for grabs before its successor takes its place.

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