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Motor Trend Frank Markus4 hrs ago Infiniti QX30 Concept First Look The first fruits of Nissan’s joint venture with Daimler are nearing production. The two-box Q30 concept based on Mercedes-Benz’s MFA architecture (A-, B-, CLA-, GLA-Class) was introduced at the Frankfurt show in 2013 and hits production in the U.K. this year. The Infiniti QX30 “four-door coupe” concept debuting at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show is quite clearly based on that same architecture, using many similar cues, hiked up and enlarged to befit its crossover status in the same way that the GLA-Class relates to the CLA. Measuring 174.3 by 71.4 inches wide and 59.9 inches high, it’s an almost perfect dimensional overlay to the GLA (173.9 x 71.0 x 60.0 inches), though ground clearance is slightly less at 7.6 [...]

Things are starting to heat up as we near the Geneva International Motor Show. Many automakers will be debuting their latest and greatest, trying desperately to one-up each other. One car maker that is choosing to do a little nose-thumbing at its competition is Cadillac.

Cadillac will be debuting its new CTS-V and ATS-V at the Geneva Motor Show and decided to take a little road trip, before finally stopping in Geneva, to do some trolling. Before Cadillac gets to Switzerland, it made various stops throughout Germany, at each German carmakers’ headquarters to take some pictures. Each picture, posted to Twitter, is of either a CTS-V or an ATS-V at one of the big German carmakers’ headquarters, with some sort of witty caption.

First stop was at BMW’s M Division, obviously, and parked next to an Austin Yellow Metallic M3 is a Black Cadillac CTS-V. I think the CTS-V is going to be a good [...]

The Chevrolet Bolt EV electric concept car is unveiled during the first press preview day of the North American International Auto Show in Detroit

(Reuters) – General Motors Co (GM.N) plans to begin building the Chevrolet Bolt, its all-new $30,000 electric car, in October 2016 at an underused small-car plant north of Detroit, two supplier sources said.

Despite the heavy hype surrounding the car’s unveiling last month at the Detroit auto show, the sources said, GM’s production target for the Bolt is relatively modest, at about 25,000-30,000 cars a year.

Last year, GM sold 18,800 Chevrolet Volt hybrid electric cars. The Volt, priced from around $35,000, uses a small gasoline engine to increase range.

The Bolt is expected to go on sale in early 2017 and will have a range between charges of more than 200 [...]

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