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Wiesmann is fully operational again – pulling out of bankruptcy
Nov 29, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Wiesmann is fully operational again – pulling out of bankruptcy

posted by Giannis

With a very laconic press release, counting just 37 words, Wiesmann announced that the brand is fully operational again, pulling out of bankruptcy. Wiesmann originally filed for bankruptcy in August  Full Article »

Miscellaneous

German Gems Glimmer at Jo’burg International Motor Show 2013
Oct 17, 2013 Ξ 33 comments

German Gems Glimmer at Jo’burg International Motor Show 2013

posted by martinbo

Germany’s best car makers held nothing back at the Johannesburg International Motor Show with an emphatic showcasing of world-beating automobiles once again. German Car Forum brings you a glimpse of  Full Article »

Audi

Aug 8, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Chris Harris on super wagons: RS6 vs CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake

posted by Giannis

This time Chris Harris surprised us with a very sensible comparison test. Sideways action was kept to a bare minimum in this video, but this is possibly his most complete  Full Article »

Comparisons

Jun 25, 2013 Ξ 1 comment

Steve Sutcliffe compares the german hot-hatch offerings: M135i vs A45 AMG vs Golf GTi

posted by Giannis

Not so long ago, the definition of a hot-hatch involved the words “front wheel drive”. That was until the first generation of BMW’s 1 series, that redefined the definition by  Full Article »

Comparisons

Jun 24, 2013 Ξ Leave a comment

Is Jaguar F-Type the next Porsche 911? Owen Mildenhall and Chris Harris help answer this question

posted by Giannis

What is the Jaguar F-Type? According to the Red Camp, the F-Type is a beautiful muscle from Coventry. According to the Blue Camp, on the other hand, the F-Type is  Full Article »

Audi

Jun 3, 2013 Ξ Comments are off

GCF Poll: The battle of the full size luxury SUV

posted by Giannis

A few days ago the latest generation X5 was launched, bringing new blood to the battle of the best luxury SUV, traditionally dominated by four German and a British offering.  Full Article »