Kia is looking to add sports and performance cars to its range to help raise its brand image.
As part of this the brand is even considering a rear-wheel-drive coupé based on the 2011 GT concept.Read more >
Vauxhall has replaced the engine in its performance-pounding Insignia VXR with a faster version – yet cut more than £3,700 off the price.
The new car has been dubbed the Insignia VXR SuperSport, its 2.8-litre V6 Turbo engine of 320bhp pushing the car to 170mph.Read more >
General Motors is facing a $3 billion law suit alleging it drove Swedish manufacturer Saab into bankruptcy.
Dutch sports car maker Spyker, which bought Saab from GM in 2010, is claiming that the US giant prevented it from securing agreements with Chinese companies that would have provided the investment to secure Saab’s future.Read more >
The Saab story is not over – administrators for the Swedish manufacturer, which filed for bankruptcy in December, have announced its sale to a Japanese-Chinese conglomerate.
The new owners plan to turn Saab into a builder of electric vehicles, with the first appearing in 2014.Read more >