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Discover what is happening in the automotive industry! Learn about the most recent car premieres and get the latest press releases as well as their full set of details, photo galleries and videos. Find out what’s going on inside all the car manufacturers: Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz, to name a few.

Toyota is aiming to post growth in both sales and profits in Europe and Russia in 2014, boosted by its popular hybrid models. The Japanese carmaker's assembly sites in France,...
by - December 23, 2013
While Tesla Motors has commenced offering its Model S sedans in China, it still cannot use its Chinese brand name due to an ongoing trademark row in the country. "Te...
by - December 23, 2013
Mazda Motor Corp.’s famous rotary engine is back, now in the form of a range extender for a prototype of a Mazda hybrid hatchback. The hybrid prototype operates as an...
by - December 23, 2013
Honda will introduce a European version of its new Vezel in 2015, hereby joining the lively subcompact SUV/crossover segment in the region. Honda has commenced selling the Jazz/Fit-based Vezel in...
by - December 23, 2013
Chrysler Group plans to source new products at its Windsor assembly site in Ontario, giving rise to speculations over the market timing of its next-generation minivan, according to a report...
by - December 23, 2013
Nissan has appointed Paul Willcox as the new chief of Europe and Takashi Hata as new boss of its operations in Africa-Middle East-India, filling vacancies resulting from a Nov. 1,...
by - December 23, 2013
General Motors and Ford Motor Co. are extending holiday downtime at number of their assembly sites in North America to keep vehicles inventories in check. On the other hand, Chrysler...
by - December 23, 2013
Volkswagen is intending to show how its German engineers are obsessed with quality through its commercial spot at the upcoming Super Bowl XLVIII. Volkswagen of America has confirmed that it...
by - December 23, 2013
The initial results of Fiat's action to have its Italian plant concentrate on producing on higher-margin brands and build vehicles for export are encouraging, company chairman John Elkann and chief...
by - December 23, 2013
Mercedes-Benz will produce a long-wheelbase variant of the new C-Class sedan for China, according to board member Thomas Weber. The unit will also be built in China. The move is...
by - December 22, 2013
Fisker Automotive Holdings Inc. will not use a closed General Motors site it acquired in Delaware even if its new owner resumes output, according to United States Senator Tom Carper....
by - December 22, 2013
Exports from Japan had been selling well for the ninth month in a row in November 2013, thanks to more car shipments to the United States and China. The volume...
by - December 22, 2013
Ally Financial Inc. has reached an agreement to pay $98 million to resolve claims that its method of paying dealers for arranging contracts led minority car buyers into car loans...
by - December 22, 2013
CarMax Inc. posted a 12-percent surge in net profit in the third quarter ending Nov. 30, 2013 to $106.5 million, thanks to increased used-car sales and higher income at its...
by - December 22, 2013
Volkswagen announced the new Golf Cabriolet Karmann, a special edition of its open top vehicle named after the legendary auto manufacturer Wilhelm Karmann GmBH. Priced at 27,725 Euros in Germany,...
by - December 21, 2013
Back in 1984, Volkswagen introduced the first Jetta GLI to the United States market and set the blueprint for all subsequent versions of this beloved sport sedan. For those who...
by - December 21, 2013
According to Skoda chief Winfried Vahland, the Czech carmaker is planning to launch a large SUV in 2016. As expected, the new model sill use Volkswagen Group’s well-known MQB platform....
by - December 21, 2013
Citroen has unveiled its DS 5LS luxury saloon to the international media at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. The DS 5LS will be built at the carmaker’s Shenzhen plant...
by - December 21, 2013
Briggs Automotive Company (BAC) has opened its new headquarters and manufacturing facility in Liverpool. The 11,000-sq. ft. facility was officially opened by the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson, who supported...
by - December 20, 2013
General Motors is planning to cut jobs at its operations in South Korea in 2014 as it gears up to withdraw its Chevrolet brand in Europe. According to GM Korea...
by - December 20, 2013
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