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Even as Toyota Motor Corp.’s domestic production was reduced, it will not revise its global output target for 2013. It remains at 9.9 million vehicles, according to the Nikkei business...
by - December 19, 2012
Ford’s overall sales are doing well and have not been affected by the recent safety recalls announced, according to Chief Operating Officer Mark Fields. Last Tuesday, Fields told reporters that...
by - December 19, 2012
As part of Renault’s strategy to achieve growth in Africa, it will construct a plant in Algeria. Renault spokeswoman Raluca Barb said that an agreement with the Algerian government is...
by - December 19, 2012
The 2013 Chevrolet Cruze sedan will use a specially designed single-stage airbag with an automatic vent, which is a unique safety feature. Chevrolet put this in instead of the two-stage...
by - December 19, 2012
The 2013 Toyota RAV4 gets a modest price increase even when it doesn’t anymore have its third row of seats. A base-model RAV4 LE is priced at $24,145, which is...
by - December 19, 2012
Chrysler Group plans to build parts, probably gearboxes, at a plant in Indiana that was completed in 2008 but was never occupied due to a botched joint venture and Chrysler’s...
by - December 18, 2012
PSA/Peugeot-Citroen and General Motors' Opel unit are holding discussions over a possible joint vehicle development, although there are still no plans to produce cars together, Opel’s interim chief executive Thomas...
by - December 18, 2012
Honeywell and partner DuPont Co. have invested hundreds of millions of dollars to develop, market and produce HFO-1234yf, a new kind of coolant or refrigerant that meets new European Union...
by - December 18, 2012
When the production of the Citroen C6 ends later this month, France will no longer have a locally produced flagship. Citroen launched its first premium large sedan in the persona...
by - December 18, 2012
While Toyota confirmed that it will start production of the Tundra and Corolla redesigns in 2013 and will offer revisions of the RAV4, Avalon and Highlander, it’s likely that the...
by - December 18, 2012
Honda Motor Co.’s revamped 2013 Accord received high marks from Consumer Reports, which said the model ranks among the market's best mid-sized cars. In a statement, Consumer Reports said that...
by - December 18, 2012
Infiniti is implementing a re-badge of its entire product portfolio for the 2014 model year, returning to the letter "Q" from its early history for every car and "QX" for...
by - December 18, 2012
In the last few weeks of 2012, Toyota is on track to get back the title of the biggest automaker in the world for 2012. Meanwhile, second place could go...
by - December 18, 2012
It’s clear that Maserati’s strategy is to offer a high volume. Maserati has recently confirmed that it will offer a slightly smaller sedan named the Ghibli, and an SUV dubbed...
by - December 18, 2012
In the new issue of Ferrari Magazine, two teaser images of the F70 were released – one front and one rear. This appears to have been done in response to...
by - December 18, 2012
This video of the 2013 Rolls-Royce Phantom Series II racing through a British field like a rally car has been getting a lot of attention. The very luxurious Phantom is...
by - December 18, 2012
As Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche works for Mercedes-Benz to get back the title of world's biggest luxury carmaker, its investors have valued the brand’s cars unit at half of BMW’s...
by - December 17, 2012
U.S. regulators have upgraded a probe into complaints over loose floor mats that could jam accelerator pedals in the following models: Ford Motor Co. Fusion, Lincoln MKZ and Mercury Milan....
by - December 17, 2012
Ford introduced the compact 2014 Transit Connect Van together with the big Transit. A refresh was expected since the original Transit Connect was launched in the U.S. three years ago...
by - December 17, 2012
Subaru’s models -- Impreza and WRX – won’t anymore be available in the UK in the upcoming year. According to Autoexpress, Subaru’s dealerships in the UK will sell down remaining...
by - December 17, 2012
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