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Audi, the luxury brand of Volkswagen AG, is planning to generate 10,000 jobs worldwide through 2020, Chief Executive Officer Rupert Stadler revealed in a speech prepared for the company’s shareholder...
by - May 12, 2011
BMW AG is studying potential sites in emerging markets, which the company now refers to as BRIKT, for its two new plants. At the company’s annual shareholders meeting in Munich,...
by - May 12, 2011
Renault will display two versions of Twizy at the auto show in Barcelona. These are Technic and Urban, which are both powered by a 17hp motor. With prices in the...
by - May 12, 2011
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers asked the U.S. government to wait until studies are completed before it even considers the campaign initiated by 18 U.S. senators' for a 62 mpg...
by - May 11, 2011
Nissan Motor Co. reported a net income of 30.8 billion yen ($380 million) for the first quarter ended March 31, 2011, compared to a net loss of 11.6 billion yen...
by - May 11, 2011
By the end of June, Toyota Motor Corp.’s North American production will be restored to approximately 70% of the normal levels – two months ahead of schedule. The output of...
by - May 11, 2011
Subaru forecasts that through summer, its U.S. auto production will be at 80% of normal levels. It expects its output to normalize by November. According to Ikuo Mori, CEO of...
by - May 11, 2011
Cadillac wants to boost the confidence of customers who are looking for a used luxury vehicle by relaunching its certified pre-owned program. Cadillac believes that by doing so, the resale...
by - May 11, 2011
To increase the sales of Chrysler Group’s popular vehicles, over 3,000 workers will be hired and production shifts will be added at plants in Michigan and Illinois in the upcoming...
by - May 11, 2011
Chrysler Group LLC expects to spend $843 million more for its transmission plant in Kokomo, Ind., to build a new, nine-speed automatic transmission for its front-wheel-drive vehicles. Chrysler made this...
by - May 11, 2011
Many celebrities get a kick out of being among the first to drive and own a hybrid. Proud owners of the Chevrolet Volt hybrid include famous writer Stephen King and...
by - May 11, 2011
Mazda has denied a report from a Japanese business newspaper that it has decided to stop selling the 6 sedan. Mazda told Car and Driver that it doesn’t intend to...
by - May 11, 2011
HAMANN-Motorsport has created an estate car version of the new BMW 5 Series. The Touring has been given an aerodynamics package, which includes a range of designs, a sports exhaust...
by - May 11, 2011
The hybrid version of the 2011 Kia Optima sedan will arrive at U.S. dealerships this June. It’s priced at $27,250 (including a $750 destination charge), making it more expensive than...
by - May 11, 2011
Purists don’t like that the 2011 Mini Countryman is a supersized Mini or that it is named as such. But even if this new four-door is relatively bigger, it has...
by - May 11, 2011
After last week’s teaser, Aston Martin unveiled today the impressive V12 Zagato endurance racer concept, its latest masterpiece which will make its debut at the Villa D'Este Concours tomorrow. According...
by - May 11, 2011
It has been 25 years since Saab delivered the first batch of Saab 900 Convertibles to the United States. That year, 1986, marked the entry of the Saab Convertible in...
by - May 11, 2011
Introducing the lightest and most compact Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT) – the new Sequential Shift Gearbox (SSG) is found in the new McLaren MP4-12C. Sourced from Oerlikon Graziano, the Sequential...
by - May 11, 2011
Germany-based vehicle manufacturers are adding production shifts in order to meet the demands of the market, an indication that a sharp growth in auto sales seen in the first few...
by - May 10, 2011
Due to quicker repairs and good results in its test-runs, Renesas Electronics Corp. will resume mass production of wafers earlier than scheduled. It will start to ship the first completed...
by - May 10, 2011
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