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Even though the visually oriented blogging site Tumblr seems poised to cross over to the mainstream, it’s still viewed as a place for trendsetters in fashion and design. So really, it’s no wonder that Volvo is using Tumblr to tease one of its newest fashion-forward rides, the Concept You. Last week, we pointed to a video tease of the Concept You. By all accounts — even Volvo’s — the Concept You will be a follow-up to the Concept Universe that debuted in April at the 2011 Shanghai Auto Show. That vehicle was essentially a preview of the new S80 sedan, and one…

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When Volkswagen unveiled its Bulli concept vehicle last March at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the response from the press and the public was fairly unanimous: “Build it!” Now, there are rumors that VW is preparing to do just that, and it could hit the U.S. by 2014. The Bulli was a hit for at least two reasons. For starters, it’s a squared-off multi-purpose vehicle, like countless others littering showrooms these days (e.g. the Kia Soul, Nissan Cube, and Scion xB). However, the Bulli feels a bit bigger and more grown up than some of those MPVs — possibly a…

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It’s been five years since a major redesign of the popular Honda CR-V compact crossover, but if this glimpse of the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept is any indication of what’s in store later this year, the wait is finally over. Sure, there was a minor refresh in 2010, but that was just to tide consumers over until an all-new redesign. Now, with the reveal of the 2012 Honda CR-V Concept, it looks as though the folks in charge at Honda are going with their strengths: keeping the styling attractive enough to lure new buyers while not offending the loyal base…

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Mercedes-Benz will build the M-Class Coupe in Alabama. [TheCarConnection] The 2012 Porsche 911 has been caught on video with barely any disguise. [MotorAuthority] Infiniti has released another teaser image of the upcoming 2013 JX Concept. [FamilyCarGuide] Will the 2012 Honda CR-V be best-in-class? #YouTellUs [SocialCarNews] Do you think the 2012 Toyota Prius Plug-In will get consumers used to plugging in? [GreenCarReports] Electric-car maker Think has new Russian owners. [AllCarsElectric] Fiat now has an iPad app offering a wealth of knowledge. [AllCarTech] You can now share your dream ride on Facebook thanks to Buick and GMC. [SocialCarNews] Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the…

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Jonathan Browning, president and CEO of Volkswagen of America, has the Bulli microbus concept at the very top of his “unfunded projects he’d like to see in production” list. Shown at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, VW’s Bulli combines styling elements from the 1950s VW Type 2 Transporter and their 2001 Microbus concept. Unlike either of these earlier models, the Bulli is quite a bit smaller and meant to compete against the Kia Soul, Scion xB  and Nissan Cube. At the same time, a production Bulli wouldn’t steal market share away from VW’s Chrysler-sourced Routan minivan (a Camper variant of the…

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Aston Martin has been busy lately, showing off its new 2012 Virage and reminding us about the impending return of the Lagonda line at the Geneva Motor Show. Now, the company has scooted to another gathering in another Swiss city: the annual watch and jewelry show known as BaselWorld. There Aston Martin is showing off a new concept smartphone called the CPT002 (catchy name) it’s developed in conjunction with Canadian luxury phone manufacturer, Mobiado. The good news is that the CPT002 is stunning to behold — far more so than Aston’s Lagonda concept SUV that debuted in 2009. The phone…

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 06, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LiteLink Technologies Inc. (“LiteLink”) (CSE:LLT) (OTC:LLNKF) (FRA:C0B:FF), a key player in logistics platforms and payment solutions, is pleased to announce that it has signed its first U.S. 1SHIFT Logistics customer, Bay Water Transportation (“Bay Water”), a fully licensed and insured international logistics service provider headquartered in Houston, Texas. Bay Water has been seeking an advanced freight & shipping visibility platform that they can seamlessly work in without any start-up costs, overhead, or fees to gain real-time visibility into freight, freight issues, advance ETAs, and real-time problem management and customer communications.The definitive agreement will…

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