Luxury Car

Some articles on luxury car, car, cars:

Lexus GS - Awards
... Power and Associates named the GS series the best midsize luxury car in initial quality for 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005 ... AAA named the third generation GS 300 the best car in its class for 2005 ... ranked vehicle in predicted reliability in the luxury car class in 2005 ...
Automobile Classification - USA, UK and European Classification Methods
... Car classification view talk edit American English British English Euro Car Segment Euro NCAP 1997 - 2009 Euro NCAP Examples Microcar Microcar, Bubble car A-segment mini cars Quadricycle — Bond Bug ...
Luxury Car (film)
... Luxury Car (Chinese 江城夏日 pinyin Jiāng chéng xià rì literally "River City Summer Days") is a 2006 film directed by Wang Chao ... Luxury Car premiered on May 22, 2006 at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, where it won the side competition for the Prix un certain regard ...
Lexus LS (XF40) - Awards
... Auto Show, the LS 460 received the World Car of the Year award, selected by automotive journalists from twenty-two countries ... brand’s 'pursuit of perfection.'" Other awards include International Car of the Year (2007 ICOTY), Japan Car of the Year (2006–2007 JCOTY), and the Society of Automotive ... In 2007, the LS 460 was named Luxury Car of the Year at the North American International Auto Show and was selected as the Best Luxury Car at the Fleet World Honours ...
Packard Clipper - Engineering and Evolution
... The 1941 Clipper was the widest production car in the industry and first to be wider than it was tall—a foot wider to be exact ... The hood could be lifted from either side of the car or removed entirely by throwing two levers ... model, the Clipper was by no means a cheap or even medium-priced car ...

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