Monday, January 14, 2013

2014 Corvette Stingray coming to Gateway Fargo!

Since 2005 we have enjoyed and lusted over the C6 Corvette but now a new lighter, better looking, faster, more powerful, more intellegent, and more sophisticated Corvette has graced us with his pressence.  And it is the new 2014 Stingray Corvette. 

Starting with the most important part the motor....
The C7 will boast a 450 horsepower and 450 pound-feet of torque; which will propell this beast 0-60 in less than four seconds.  The transmission is a seven-speed will make this vehicle faster and more efficient.

The Exterior...
Besides the obvious, the new Stingray will be composed with some of the most expensive matterials.  The roof and the hood will be carbon fiber, which will reduce the weight off the top of the vehicle and keep the weight lower.  This will create a low enter of gravity and increase handeling.  LED lighting will be no stranger to this Corvette.  The headlights and tail lights will use LEDs.

Thursday, July 26, 2012

Cadillac XTS- The New Standard of the WORLD



THE FUTURE IS HERE, AND IT’S EFFORTLESS.THE FUTURE IS HERE, AND IT’S EFFORTLESS.

Speak, and let Natural Voice Recognition help you place a phone call. Spread your fingers to zoom into a map3. Swipe to breeze through music. The simplicity of a tablet has come to your car.
  • 2013 Cadillac Cue Overview

DEVICE SYNCHRONIZATIONDEVICE SYNCHRONIZATION

With CUE7, the Cadillac User Experience, you’re connected to a world of content. Pair up to ten Bluetooth®-enabled smartphones and effortlessly access all your contacts and wirelessly stream music. Then, place a call or select a song on command with CUE’s Natural Voice Recognition.

ADVANCED SUSPENSION TECHNOLOGYADVANCED SUSPENSION TECHNOLOGY

Our revolutionary dual-mode Magnetic Ride Control works in tandem with cutting-edge HiPer Strut technology to adjust seamlessly to the road and help keep the tires keyed to the surface. The result is a flawless ride—however refined or athletic you desire.

3.6L V6 ENGINE3.6L V6 ENGINE

Powerful yet remarkably efficient2, the all-new XTS delivers an exhilarating driving experience with a refined 304 HP 3.6L direct-injection V6 engine. When you call for power, the XTS answers immediately.
2013 Cadillac XTS Magnetic Ride Control
2013 Cadillac XTS Performance Engine

ADAPTIVE FORWARD LIGHTINGADAPTIVE FORWARD LIGHTING

To help light the way at night, the XTS is available with Adaptive Forward Lighting. Employing sensors to determine the car’s speed and steering, the headlamps swivel to cast light precisely into your path of travel.
2013 Cadillac XTS Adaptive Forward Lights

AIRBAGSAIRBAGS

With ten standard airbags5, the all-new XTS is as defensive as it is dynamic. It even includes the added protection of progressive driver and front-passenger knee airbags. Not because it’s required, but because it’s a Cadillac.
  • 2013 XTS Sedan Airbag Safety




Friday, April 20, 2012

2014 Impala coming soon!!! Not just your average rental car


General Motors has officially unveiled the 2014 Chevrolet Impala at this year's New York Auto Show. Riding on the same bones as the 2013 Malibu, the next-generation Impala boasts a considerably more attractive exterior with plenty of personality. Borrowing the best elements of design from the GM stable, we see more than a little Camaro and Lacrosse in the sedan's front fascia and stylized hips. Buyers can look forward to either standard 18-inch wheels or a slew of larger options, including massive 20-inch rollers. Under the hood, GM has graced the 2014 Impala with a range efficient direct-injection engines, including a 2.4-liter four-cylinder paired with the automaker's eAssist hybrid system. With 182 horsepower and 172 pound-feet of torque, the drivetrain falls well short of the 288 horsepower offered up by the Ford Taurus, though it does so while returning significantly better fuel economy. GM Says the four-cylinder Impala will return 35 mpg highway, six mpg better than the full-size Ford. Those who need a little extra grunt can step up to the company's tried-and-true 3.6-liter V6 with 303 horsepower and 234 lb-ft of torque, and there's also a naturally aspirated 2.5-liter four-cylinder available that produces 195 horsepower, while all three engines are mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox. Keep scrolling for the official press release from Chevrolet, and check our galleries of live and official images while you're at it.~auto blog

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Look out Camry here comes the 2013 Malibu


Look out Camry here comes the 2013 Malibu

If the Volt is the small-batch bourbon in General Motors' liquor cabinet, the Chevy Malibu is Pabst Blue Ribbon -- once as popular as the high-trim Chevelle of the 1960s, but watery discount liquor store stu
ff by the time the Corsica/Beretta replaced it in the '80s.
The Malibu's return for '97 was not pretty, but that prosaic model couldn't prepare Chevrolet loyalists for what followed: the 2004 Malibu/Maxx. Right now, GM designers, engineers, and execs are shrieking in horror over its mention in a story about their handsome new model. Please calm down. There's a method behind this history lesson.
The shift from Malibu/Maxx to its '08 successor represents the greatest design turnaround in GM's history, and one of Bob Lutz's biggest successes during his second tenure at the company. What do you do for an encore?

The outgoing Malibu recalled Chevrolet's glory days, when the brand offered elegance and features that transcended its status at the bottom of GM's price/purpose ladder. With its tailored appearance and formal roofline, the Malibu looked like it could fetch far more than its low-$20s pric
e range.

Its successor eschews elegant, formal sheetmetal for a sporty look. The Malibu evolves to the Opel Insignia/Buick Regal's Epsilon II architecture to lose 4.5 inches in wheelbase. Chevy worries buyers will think it has shrunk. After all, Buick markets the Regal as a "sport sedan," explaining its tight rear-seat space, so Chevrolet is quick to note that overall interior space is increased more than 3 cubic feet relative to the current Malibu, putting it in the ballpark of the Toyota Camry and Ford Fusion, and just slightly smaller than Honda Accord and Hyundai Sonata. That's because the new Malibu has grown 2.7 inches wider, so big increases in shoulder and hip room compensate for slight losses in legroom and front headroom relative to the 2012 Malibu. Mark Moussa, Malibu's global chief engineer explains that relative to the Regal, his packaging engineers have greatly increased shoulder room, tightened the clearance between the headliner and the exterior roof panel, and lowered the H-point.
Perhaps its most striking feature, after styling, is that it will be offered only with four-cylinder engines. There's no V-6 in the works. That's pretty forward thinking for Chevy, even if Buick, Hyundai, and Kia got ther
e first.


To take advantag
e of consumers' shift from trucks and big SUVs to more fuel-efficient cars, GM put Chevy Malibu development on the fast track after the 2009 bankruptcy, and moved up its launch by more than half a year. The '13 Malibu will go on sale not long after Super Bowl XLVI. It launches in EC
O trim, with the 2.4-liter four-cyli

nder with eAssist as Chevrolet continues to build the old M
ali
bu (Classic?) through the 2012 model year for fl
eet/rental. This ensures a launch with minimal dealer incentives and potentially higher average transaction prices (ATP).

About half a year later, Chevy will add an all-new 2.5-liter four-cylinder option. The only transmission offered for either engine is GM's six-speed automatic. Chevy will offer a turbodiesel and a smaller four in other markets.
The new Malibu has been designed to be a global sedan, sold in China -- it was unveiled at the Shanghai show, a day ahead of the New York International Auto Show -- and throughout Asia, Europe, and the quickly growing markets in South America. In Australia, it will be the Holden Malibu.
It's a big piece of the strategy puzzle that has Chevrolet becoming GM's true global brand. In western Europe, the Chevy strategy pushes Opel/Vauxhall back to where it was in the '60s and '70s: an upper-middle, semi-premium brand like Buick.


Read more: http://www.motortrend.com/roadtests/sedans/1109_2013_chevrolet_malibu_first_look/viewall.html#ixzz1qKj7Na7m

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

VELOSTER. STYLE, SUBSTANCE AND THE RIGHT CONNECTIONS.

THE ALL NEW HYUNDAI VELOSTER

EXTERIOR
With its aggressive design and functional 3rd door, Veloster shows a completely modern look to the world and yields big benefits inside with best-in-class total interior volume.



(this is not a concept this is the actual production model)


INTERIOR

Veloster's sleek sportbike-inspired interior has been designed to keep you connected 24/7 via Blue Link® which offers Location Sharing, Voice Text Messaging, and advanced voice recognition so you can search your music and find points of interest without distraction. The standard 7-inch multimedia touchscreen can be personalized with one of three visual themes, and displays views from the available rearview camera when backing up. You can also watch video and play video games when parked.

UP TO 40 MPG HWY
Start the 1.6L Gasoline Direct Injection engine and engage the 6-speed manual transmission to experience spirited performance plus up to 40 MPG Hwy. For those who prefer the comfort of an automatic, the available EcoShift Dual Clutch Transmission with paddle shifters incorporates the latest technology, delivering smooth and efficient power.

SAFETY
Veloster offers a full slate of advanced active safety features including a sophisticated Vehicle Stability Management system. In the event of an accident, Blue Link with Automatic Collision Notification and Assistance detects when the airbags have been deployed and automatically transmits a signal to a call center that directs help to your location