Detroit Auto Show 2013

Chevrolet’s first 2014 Corvette Stringray sold at auction for $1.1 million

Chevrolet’s first 2014 Corvette Stringray sold at auction for $1.1 million

Chevrolet has sold its first 2014 Corvette Stingray for a cool $1.1 million to Rick Hendrick, who owns a NASCAR team. The sale took place at the Barrett-Jackson car auction in Arizona shortly after the vehicle was unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. Hendrick will receive the car this summer - complete with all the customization he wants - when it enters production later in the year.

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Cadillac may double its lineup to position itself as a global luxury brand

Cadillac may double its lineup to position itself as a global luxury brand

After suffering a fall in sales in 2012, Cadillac is planning to double its line-up through 2016, according to sources who are familiar with the proceeding. As part of the plan, Cadillac is looking at rolling out 10 crossover and car models over the next four years, which includes what could end up being its flagship sedan. Cadillac declined offering a statement on the claims.

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Lincoln MKC compact crossover tipped for Detroit Auto Show 2013

Lincoln MKC compact crossover tipped for Detroit Auto Show 2013

The next generation Ford Lincoln MKC compact crossover vehicle has been tipped to be appearing for the first time at the Detroit Auto Show 2013. This vehicle has been said to be appearing by the Detroit Bureau where they're confident that this downsized crossover-utility vehicle will be one of many similar vehicles to be showing their face for the first time officially. The MKC has been said to be sharing many features with the Ford Escape (as pictured below) save for many luxury features that've been cut out to make this machine more affordable for the mass market.

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