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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.

The floods in Thailand have forced Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. to postpone until early 2012 their plans for factories to operate overtime in order to recover the...
by - November 7, 2011
A Mexican state government has revealed that Nissan Motor Co. is thinking about investing $2 billion for a new facility in the country. However, the automaker continues to study various...
by - November 7, 2011
Holden’s engineers in Australia will design a version of the Commodore for local and/or global consumption in 2014 – possibly the last time that they will do so, according to...
by - November 7, 2011
Nissan announced today the 2013MY GT-R, an updated version of its most popular supercar, which will go on sale on November 24 in Japan and arrives in European, U.S. showrooms...
by - November 7, 2011
Official images of Fiat’s all-new generation Palio have been released. Late last month, the model was introduced to a group of dealers. It was in 1977 that the Palio badge...
by - November 7, 2011
The next Director of Audi UK is Martin Sander, who is currently the President and CEO of Audi Canada. He replaces Jeremy Hicks who departed the company months ago. Sander...
by - November 7, 2011
Delphi Automotive Plc, formerly owned by General Motors Co., stated that its initial public offering was priced at $22-$24 a share, valuing the vehicle components brand at around $7.55 billion....
by - November 7, 2011
Ford unveiled today an updated version of the MyFord Touch, which promises to show simpler graphics but will also be faster than the current version. Set to make its debut...
by - November 7, 2011
To get access to Argentina’s auto market, sellers of foreign-made cars have to be exporters of all types of products, ranging from bio-diesel to bottled water. Re-elected Argentine President Cristina...
by - November 6, 2011
Audi AG’s updated variant of the A5 coupe has started to sell in Europe, even as the region is faced with a sovereign debt crisis. The vehicle is tagged at...
by - November 6, 2011
General Motors Co., the former owner of Saab, believes that it would be hard to support a Saab sale if it will harm its current tie-ups in China or its...
by - November 6, 2011
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration divulged that the Audi S8 and the Toyota Camry are the most stolen 2009 passenger vehicles. This recently-released report monitored the theft rates of...
by - November 6, 2011
After the Aventador, it appears that Lamborghini’s next model will be the Gallardo 550-2 Spyder. The Italian manufacturer confirmed that it will produce the new convertible but didn’t want to...
by - November 6, 2011
Bmw unveiled today the 2012 M3 Competition Edition featuring Frozen Silver exterior paint, a car that celebrates 40 years since the founding of BMW M in 1972. This car will...
by - November 6, 2011
The floods in Thailand have led to parts shortages that have forced Honda to postpone the European launch of the new Civic compact hatchback. At a recent press event, John...
by - November 5, 2011
By next year, the demand for cars in Europe will significantly weaken, according to Opel CEO Karl-Friedrich Stracke. At the Automobilwoche annual conference in Berlin, Stracke said that the European...
by - November 5, 2011
Effective Jan. 1, vehicle operations chief Mike Flewitt will serve as the new manufacturing chief of Ford of Europe. He is the successor of Ken Macfarlane who is retiring. Before...
by - November 5, 2011
Bob Tyler Toyota, a Pensacola, Fla.-based dealership, would now have to pay $7.5 million in damages to a rival car dealership in southwest Alabama, according to the court’s decision on...
by - November 5, 2011
Ford will be launching an all-new Escape SUV on November 16 at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The new vehicle features a hands-free power liftgate that opens by kicking under...
by - November 5, 2011
Finance chief, Wolfgang Schaefer, told Reuters that Continental AG anticipates increasing raw material prices to ease in 2012 as the global demand for cars decline. After the automotive supplier reported...
by - November 4, 2011
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