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    2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe to start at $22,000

    ***UPDATE - Live photo gallery of the production Genesis Coupe added***

    Click to view a high-resolution gallery of the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe
    We've known rough performance numbers on the 2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe for some time now: 0-60 in under six seconds, up to 30 mpg with the 2.0T, and so ...

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    Ford developing new rear-drive platform in Dearborn

    Ford has apparently finally heard the call and green-lighted development of a new global rear wheel drive platform and a family of vehicles to be built on it. However, unlike General Motors, Ford will not rely on its Australian division to do the heavy lifting. Since the collapse of the U.S. dollar ...

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    Enter TCC's Rumormill: GM's RWD plans to include Buick and Cadillac

    We're getting a bit tired of trying to keep up with what models GM plans to underpin with a rear-wheel-drive platform. Aside from the upcoming Camaro and the Pontiac G8, no other vehicles have received the divine anointment from the General's higher-ups due to impending CAFE regulations that will ...

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    New Ford Falcon won't be exported to the States

    So here's how the story goes. Back in early 2006, Ford and the Australian government announced that the automaker would invest $100 million (Australian) to develop a left-hand-drive version of the next generation Falcon. The LHD Falcon was intended for export primarily to markets like the Middle ...

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    Entry-level, RWD vehicles coming from VW in 2010

    More news on the microcar front comes in the form of "confidential planning documents" procured by Automobilwoche outlining Volkswagen's plan for its rear-wheel-drive compacts over the next nine years. VW considers the launch of its new "Small Family" lineup of RWD vehicles as the most important ...

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    Hyundai RWD coupe coming to London motor show in '08

    During an interview with BusinessCar, Hyundai UK's head Tony Whitehorn finally confirmed what's been rumored for going on a year: the automaker's new RWD coupe will replace the Tiburon. The coupe will take about 50- to 60-percent of the styling cues originally debuted on the Veloster concept and is ...

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    Spy Shots: Hyundai's rear-wheel-drive coupe

    click above image for more spy shots of the mysterious RWD coupe from HyundaiThe Veracruz, the rear-wheel-drive Genesis luxury sedan and various other new rear-wheel-drive offerings will take Hyundai into segments it's never been, but the one vehicle about which we're most excited is this, a ...


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