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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.

Dan Kapp, the director of Ford’s Powertrain Research, said that the automaker is producing turbodiesel-powered cars in Europe but there are no plans to offer them in the U.S. in...
by - August 15, 2011
BMW remains to have a competitive advantage over its rivals by fully utilizing its knowledge and introducing new and exclusive technologies and features to its customers. One of this is...
by - August 15, 2011
A source said that General Motors’ current product plan includes the electric Cadillac Converj luxury coupe. GM product executives had approved the Converj to enter production. It’s expected to launch...
by - August 14, 2011
Every year, the technology editors at Time magazine compile a list of what they consider as the most important innovations of the year. For 2012, the list contains 25 inventions...
by - August 14, 2011
There are insider reports that Volkswagen is seriously considering a plan for a conventionally powered version of the Bulli electric MPV concept to go into production. This would be the...
by - August 14, 2011
The launch for the new generation Iveco Daily will take place in September 2011 but British customers are in for a short wait as they will get their chance at...
by - August 14, 2011
Because of sensor and power steering problems, General Motors Co. has announced the recall of 16,198 Chevrolet Impala and Buick LaCrosse cars in the U.S. and Canada. GM said that...
by - August 14, 2011
There was actually very little risk involved in Audi’s decision for the Q7 to go off-road, unlike the moves made for the BMW X5 and the Porsche Cayenne. Audi had...
by - August 14, 2011
On SsangYong’s relaunch in the UK this September, it will offer a range of top-quality, high-value models, which include the new Korando crossover. This highly versatile and efficient crossover features...
by - August 14, 2011
The employment contract of BMW workers at a California parts warehouse has been extended for six months, after an agreement was reached between BMW AG and the Teamsters union. This...
by - August 14, 2011
Porsche AG posted a drop of 4 percent in July sales brought about by a decline in demand for the aging 911 sports car. Deliveries decreased from 11,169 a year...
by - August 13, 2011
Opel/Vauxhall forecasts that it will receive profits from its up-and-coming minicar due to the model’s upmarket positioning, according to GM Europe President Nick Reilly. He added that the vehicle, also...
by - August 13, 2011
Supported by resilient demand for Mercedes-Benz vehicles and strong cash reserves, Daimler AG may be better poised to recover from a sell-off of European vehicle stocks than Renault SA during...
by - August 13, 2011
The new 2012 Honda Civic will be offered with the cleaner, more economical and powerful diesel engine that provides lower running costs for owners. With improvements to Honda’s 2.2-litre i-DTEC...
by - August 13, 2011
Magneti Marelli S.p.A. provides the latest BMW 6 series with bi-xenon headlights as standard. Three-dimensional LED light rings function as daytime running lights and parking lights on the adaptive LED...
by - August 13, 2011
Because Chrysler Group LLC took longer to open new stores than what had been planned, it isn’t likely to achieve its goal to sell 50,000 of the new Fiat 500...
by - August 13, 2011
This fall, the Ram truck brand from Chrysler Group will expand its experiential advertising into Wal-Mart stores everywhere in the country. Marissa Hunter, head of Ram advertising, told journalists during...
by - August 13, 2011
It’s likely that those who would make acquisitions this year are the manufacturers of car seats and dashboards, such as Magna International Inc. and Lear Corp. This is because automakers...
by - August 13, 2011
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said that Chrysler Group has a major role to play in his goal to increase Maserati sales to 50,000 units annually at the end of the...
by - August 13, 2011
Swedish Automobile, which owns the struggling Saab, is expected to soon face demands from several European suppliers for it to be declared bankrupt. According to an auto industry group, these...
by - August 12, 2011
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