2011 will be a big year for Marussia. Not only that they are preparing seven (7) new models to show at the upcoming IAA show, but they are also in the process of opening two new showrooms in London and Monaco with factories also scheduled to open in Germany and Belgium at the same time.
As we all know the 'Cuda was meant to be the high performance Barracuda. The first Barracuda was the sporty 1964 Plymouth Valiant. The 1970 Challenger received a twin brother on a new platform, and the rest is history.
Now, in 2010 after Ralph Gilles hinting at a possibility to bring the 'Cuda back, Chrysler has registered the name without the apostrophe.
The good times are back and as proof, more than 50 units of the latest $1.5 million Lamborghini model have been ordered in the space of a few months - higher than the total 2010 sales of the Italian super sports car's entire model range here.
The new Lamborghini LP700-4 is the long-awaited replacement for the flagship Murcielago model. Last month, a pre-production unit was brought in for a day for a private preview, according to Melvin Goh, the boss of Lamborghini Singapore. The Republic was the car's first stop in Asia, followed by Hong Kong, China and Japan.
PONTIAC VIBE DELIVERS FUN AND PERFORMANCE IN A UNIQUE PACKAGE
The head-turning Pontiac Vibe entered the market with a bang, with a hip, breakthrough design and high-performance options making it a choice for the young and young at heart. A new supercharger option, XM Satellite Radio (continental U.S. only) and new colors mean the Vibe will continue to lead its class in creativity and fun.