Auto News For Wednesday, March 25, 2015 – New Edge Being Built In China
Here are six must-read, must-watch auto news stories, reviews, and videos for Wednesday, March 25, 2015. FUTURE CAR CAR Magazine dives deep into the upcoming second-generation Jaguar XF. It looks terrific. The only problem? It looks exactly like you thought it would, as Jaguar becomes another Audi or BMW with nothing more than scaled versions of the same exterior design.
INSIDE THE AUTO BUSINESS
Ford Motor Company, together with Changan Ford, is planning to build the new Edge in a $760M factory in Hangzhou, China, according to the Detroit News.
INSIDE THE AUTO “MEDIA” BUSINESS
The Telegraph says Jeremy Clarkson really will be fired by the BBC. Where will he end up? What are the possibilities for Jezza’s replacement?
REVIEW Automobile’s Marc Noodeloos is spending time with the magazine’s long-term Mini Cooper tester and has plenty to say about its big wheels.
No change since yesterday’s Mercedes-Benz and Toyota recalls.
You expect a lot of things at Goodwood. This is not one of those things.