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To cope with the demand for its US-built vehicles, Hyundai Motor Co. is considering transferring the production of its Santa Fe SUV to Kia Motor Corp., its sister company. The...
by - August 27, 2010
April sales for BMW increased by 15%, attributed in part to the appeal that the top-end 7-series sedan and Z4 roadster has on consumers. BMW, which makes the BMW brand...
by - August 27, 2010
Sources say that more than three years after selling control of GMAC LLC, General Motors Co. could return to the auto-lending business. These insiders, who are familiar with GM's plan...
by - August 27, 2010
Profits of Nissan Motor Co. will only get a modest boost this year as it sees growth in emerging markets and as it prepares to launch new models, including its...
by - August 27, 2010
As the demand recovers in North America and with its sales rising in China, Nissan Motor Co. predicts that its profit will more than triple this fiscal year. In a...
by - August 27, 2010
Production of Opel's revised Corsa range has been increased by 16,000 units to cope with the high demand. The plant in Eisenach, Germany, will build 9,000 extra units while the...
by - August 27, 2010
General Motors has teamed up with The Gas Company (TGC) to bring a hydrogen fueling infrastructure to Hawaii. The partnership aims to build several hydrogen fueling stations on the island...
by - August 27, 2010
Nissan Motor Co.'s operating margin is expected to soon return to pre-crisis levels of about 6% to 7% as China, Russia and other emerging markets contribute more to its earnings,...
by - August 27, 2010
In order to meet the demand, Nissan will boost the production capacity for its new electric car, the Leaf. To date, CEO Carlos Ghosn said that more than 13,000 orders...
by - August 27, 2010
Nissan announced the European price for its new Leaf electric car which will be less than 30,000 euros after incentives. Already receiving orders which are bigger than the capacity of...
by - August 27, 2010
According to a Wall Street Journal report, the US Treasury Department is interviewing Wall Street bankers to advise the government on an initial public offering of General Motors Co. The...
by - August 27, 2010
A Michigan Chevrolet dealer won on May 14 a bid for reinstatement against General Motors Co. -- one of the first arbitration decisions to be handed down. After the arbitrator...
by - August 27, 2010
GMC's 2011 Sierra heavy-duty pickups now have increased towing (21,700 pounds) and payload ratings (6,635 pounds). To accomplish the rise in towing capacity, the engineering team tested the Sierra HD...
by - August 27, 2010
To protect itself against the car industry's preference for consolidation, BMW is speeding up its transition to battery-powered vehicles and has been developing lightweight carbon parts and cutting spending. BMW...
by - August 27, 2010
Lazard Ltd. has been appointed by the US Treasury Department to give advice on an initial public offering of General Motors Co., according to a source familiar with the issue. ...
by - August 27, 2010
While Nissan Motor Co. aims to keep the price for its Leaf electric car low, it says that governments are likely to have phased out sales subsidies in three years. ...
by - August 27, 2010
For the 2011 model year, General Motors will offer Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) powered versions of the Chevrolet Express and GMC Savana full-size vans. The...
by - August 27, 2010
Despite the threat of spending cuts, the UK units of General Motors Co. and Nissan Motor Co. remain optimistic that the new coalition government will ensure that funding for the...
by - August 27, 2010
As part of Nissan Motor Co.'s strategy to be the top seller of electric vehicles, it is lowering the prices for its Leaf hatchback in the US, when compared with...
by - August 27, 2010
Opel/Vauxhall CEO Nick Reilly and labor leader Klaus Franz reached a European-wide tentative agreement in support of the company's Plan for the Future. Negotiations have been participated in by the...
by - August 27, 2010
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