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Maserati marks centenary with 50,000th unit at Grugliasco

Maserati is celebrating its centenary this year, but if that wasn't enough of a milestone, the Trident marque has reached another, completing its 50,000th unit at its plant in Grugliasco.

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Aston Martin working on all-new Centenary model to celebrate anniversary

Aston Martin is rapidly approaching its 100th anniversary, and the company is reportedly hard at work on an all-new model to mark the occasion. According to Auto Express, CEO Ulrich Bez says the new creation will be an all-new mainstream model. That means we can count out any special-edition version of the DB9 or a super-limit

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Louis Chevrolet honored with giant chrome bust in Swiss home town

Sure, we think of Chevrolet as an American automaker. One of the most American, at that. But its eponymous founder wasn't born in these United States. He was born in Switzerland. La Chaux-de-Fonds, to be exact, and so to celebrate the brand's 100th centenary, it has commissioned a local artist to erect a statue of Louis Chevrolet in his hometown's Parc de l'Ouest.

Evolution of Speed: Chevy speedometers through time

The devil is always in the details when it comes to industrial design. Sure, there are some ugly and disjointed consumer products that should never have been wrought upon the buying public, but the differences between most of the things we build and buy are subtle. Paying attention to the little stuff is important, especially in the auto industry, as it's the collection of these details that add up to produce truly memorable vehicles.

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Chevy recalls a century of motorsports excellence

General Motors is celebrating the Chevrolet Centennial this year – and treating us to some nice historical footage, like this three-minute video celebrating the Bowtie brand's motorsports heritage. While Chevy's racing involvement in recent years has been mostly focused on

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GM burned by cyber prankster at Chevy centennial event

We're not sure how we missed this while attending the centennial event for Chevrolet yesterday, but apparently a cyber prankster got the better of General Motors while we were busying reporting on a new Trailblazer, the John Neff

Chevy holding tournament to pick best Bowtie vehicle of all time

As a company, Chevrolet has helped shape the automotive landscape in more than one way. Has any other nameplate been responsible for more iconic models in its history? Names like Nomad, Impala, Apache, Chevelle, Zach Bowman

Audi observes centennial with massive historical gallery and video

Audi Centennial: Motorsport - Click above for a massive high-res image gallery

High Performance: Audi designs a €100,000 Bosendorfer piano to celebrate centenary

Bosendorfer Audi Design Grand Piano – Click above for high-res image gallery

Mercedes-Benz celebrates iconic centennial with special CL550

Mercedes-Benz CL550 "100 Years of Mercedes-Benz Edition" – Click above for a high-res image gallery

Chicago 2009: GM finally rolls out Corvette Stingray Concept [w/VIDEO]

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Confirmed: Volt will debut at GM's Centennial party

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Transformers mystery car revealed as Corvette Centennial Design Concept

Jalopnik's Auto Insider has gotten the scoop on the Corvette-like concept that's been floating around the set of the new Transformers flick, Revenge of the Fallen. According to their sources, the design study will debut sometime next year ahead of the Transformers sequel, but won't foretell the future of the next-generation C7 Corvette. Rather, it called the Corvette Centennial Design Concept and was developed to celebrate General

Pebble Beach Week 2007: The beasts of Brooklands shake up Pebble

Exactly five score years ago, 200,000 tons of gravel and cement were arranged in a 2.75 mile, high-banked, egg-shaped loop in the English countryside. The land was was called Brooklands, and the track laid on it -- the first purpose-built race track in the world -- would share the same name. The speed limit throughout the land at the time was 20 mph, and racing on public roads outside of things like hillclimbs was forbidden. When Brooklands was completed, in June of 1907, there was a place where