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The influence that the Piech-Porsche family exerts over Volkswagen isn’t going away anytime soon as the company has nominated Ferdinand Piech for a third term as supervisory board chairman. He...
by - March 13, 2012
One of the most-powerful naturally aspirated four-cylinder engines in the midsize segment – the all-new Ecotec 2.5L – makes its debut this summer on the 2013 Chevrolet Malibu midsize sedan....
by - March 13, 2012
The Grand Sport Vitesse that Bugatti debuted at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show is its most powerful roadster ever. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is powered by the...
by - March 13, 2012
An international court in London handling the arbitration which Suzuki brought against Volkswagen will not make a decision before 2013, VW revealed in its latest annual report. The German carmaker...
by - March 13, 2012
Rolls-Royce has to "move with the times," according to former RR managing director Ian Robertson, who heads the sales and marketing worldwide for parent company BMW. He also said that...
by - March 13, 2012
BMW boss Norbert Reithofer revealed that he anticipates faster growth for the Group compared to the market as a whole this year, with Rolls-Royce and MINI hitting new sales records....
by - March 13, 2012
Pininfarina is evaluating whether it will build a limited number of the Cambiano plug-in hybrid coupe concept that it recently launched at the 82nd Geneva Auto Show. Sergio Angori, Pininfarina...
by - March 13, 2012
Due to increasing popularity of the Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain crossovers with four-cylinder engines, General Motors is having problems keeping up the supplies with the high demand. For two...
by - March 13, 2012
A preliminary investigation has been opened by U.S. safety regulators over a problem with the throttle of Ford Taurus sedans getting stuck in an open position. This probe by the...
by - March 13, 2012
The Mercedes-Benz car division of Daimler can cope with a possible decline in demand in an economic depression without having to lessen its number of core employees, thanks to its...
by - March 12, 2012
Maserati’s number of dealers worldwide will double by the end of 2013 as it prepares for the release of new models that are expected to increase its sales by at...
by - March 12, 2012
The Mercedes-Benz was given the S-Class prestigious Car Buyer Best Luxury Car award for 2012. Car Buyer team judges have evaluated each new car in the UK over the last...
by - March 12, 2012
BMW AG wants to increase its total work force around the world to over 104,000 employees and intends to add 4,000 new workers this year, according to CEO Norbert Reithofer....
by - March 12, 2012
The Mazda CX-7 crossover will be discontinued for the U.S. market, the automaker confirmed during a recent press event. However, it will still be available in other countries. Sales of...
by - March 12, 2012
In an apparent effort to aid the cash flow of Fiat’s 140 U.S. dealers, Chrysler Group has launched its Diversified Certified program. Under the program, Fiat dealerships will certify and...
by - March 12, 2012
For this year, Volkswagen AG is aiming to be at par with the high level of profit it achieved in 2011, CEO Martin Winterkorn disclosed. The company is betting on...
by - March 12, 2012
The Atalanta Sports Tourer has made its public debut at the Royal Automobile Club, reviving a design that was initially launched on March 5, 1937. This new British-made Atalanta sports...
by - March 12, 2012
A Wall Street Journal report cited sources who said that there had been a “brief” discussion between General Motors and Fiat about a merger of their European operations earlier this...
by - March 12, 2012
Even before Ferrari’s F12 Berlinetta was introduced at the Geneva Motor Show, it had already received orders for 360 units, according to CEO Amedeo Felisa. For one week, the new...
by - March 12, 2012
Ford Motor Co. wants to limit the risk related to its pension obligation and so it is now planning to provide lump-sum payouts as an option for future salaried retirees...
by - March 12, 2012
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