Skip to main content

rebadge

  • 0
    AZ-Wagon: Mazdaspeak for "Suzuki Wagon R"
    1222781340

    Click above for a hi-res gallery of the Mazda AZ-Wagon
    Late Sunday night, Mazda issued a press release from the mothership in Japan touting the arrival of the new home-market AZ-Wagon kei car. Those of you who paid attention to Autoblog last week may be experiencing twinges of deja vu as you look ...

  • 0
    2009 Pontiac G3 Wave: Excitement has left the building
    1221714720

    Click above for a hi-res gallery of Pontiac G3 Wave
    For a little while there, it looked like Pontiac was getting its mojo back. The G8 is terrific, the Solstice GXP Coupe is ready to join the roadster, and the even more awesome G8 GXP is waiting in the wings. All rear-drive. All meant to be fun. ...

  • 0
    Weekend Photo Fun: Adventures in re-branding
    1217710860

    Click image to enlarge and see the front view, tooIdentity crisis? Repressed brand allegiance? People who intentionally rebrand their rides have reasons all their own. Take this pickup I encounted on my drive home yesterday. Maybe the giant bowtie on the tailgate is trying to compensate for ...

  • 0
    Maximum Bob talks about Invicta and how not to rebadge cars
    1209659640

    Click above for high-res gallery of the Buick Invicta ConceptGM Vice Chairman Bob "Maximum" Lutz published a new post today on the corporate GM Fastlane Blog that addresses the automaker's newest concept that debuted recently at Auto China 2008 in Beijing: the Invicta. The concept heavily hints at ...

  • 0
    USA Today discovers the poseur art of rebadging
    1163604840

    In his article entitled "Car owners can fake it with add-on luxury emblems," USA Today's Chris Woodyard tells us all about how people will buy items like AMG or M badges to try and pass off their cars as something they're not. Now, before jumping all over Chris for reporting news that we already ...

  • 0
    Next Pontiac Grand Prix beholden to Holden Commodore SS V?
    1153093920

    Since the unveiling of the new Holden VE Commodore range yesterday, Australian website Drive.com.au has uploaded a dizzying amount of content on the new car. Amongst the press releases, photo galleries and videos is a small piece about how General Motors of North America may use the Commodore in ...

Loading

Loading
Autoblog iPhone App
Shop for a vehicle