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In an R.L. Polk & Co. study, it was determined that almost half of car sales and leases last year were of the same brand as a previous car they...
by - April 4, 2011
For the month of April, Chrysler has been displaying customized off-road concept vehicles at the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. And for this year, Chrysler is bringing several Jeep...
by - April 4, 2011
General Motors' new U.S. marketing chief Chris Perry talks about what it plans for Buick and Cadillac – its two brands that are geared towards the luxury segment. Perry said...
by - April 4, 2011
U.S. District Judge James V. Selna in Santa Ana, Calif., has granted Toyota Motor Corp.’s request to dismiss lawsuits filed by a group of 41 plaintiffs from 13 countries against...
by - April 3, 2011
Volkswagen AG's Spanish-based Seat brand is aimed to appeal to young, urban customers in China. In early 2012, sporty, more expensive versions of Seat’s Leon and Ibiza models will go...
by - April 3, 2011
BMW’s M-division revealed the origins of the V12 engine from the McLaren F1. The carmaker said that initially, it was developed to fit into an M8 version of the 8-series...
by - April 3, 2011
In a federal filing, Ford Motor Co. revealed that CEO Alan Mulally’s compensation has increased 48% to $26.5 million for 2010 as it posted its largest annual profit in over...
by - April 2, 2011
BMW has provided images and several details of the M3 pickup. In the last few weeks, the BMW M3 pick-up was seen at the Nurburgring a few times. BMW asserted...
by - April 1, 2011
There may soon be a speed limit in Germany’s highways as the Greens party convincingly won in the state of Baden-Wuerttemberg (which is where Porsche SE and Daimler AG's Mercedes-Benz...
by - March 30, 2011
With the disruption of supplies to carmakers’ plants, it would take a considerable amount of time before full production of Japanese automakers such as Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor...
by - March 30, 2011
In response to a study that stated that Tesla Motors Inc. is a “prime acquisition target” and won’t succeed as an independent company, CEO Elon Musk retorts that this is...
by - March 30, 2011
Akio Toyoda, the President of Toyota Motor Corp. and the grandson of its founder, visited parts in Japan that were ravaged by the earthquake. On Monday and Tuesday, Toyoda went...
by - March 30, 2011
As you may know already, yesterday we told you that Porsche is preparing to introduce the Panamera Turbo S as one customer already ordered one. As a result, Porsche officially...
by - March 30, 2011
Volkswagen AG’s CEO Martin Winterkorn said at a recent press conference in Salzburg, Austria that its production has not been affected by disruptions at Japanese parts makers because of the...
by - March 30, 2011
What you will hear now it’s quite funny: it appears that FoMoCo is actually surprised by the impressive sales showed by the 2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid. Back in 2010, a...
by - March 30, 2011
The shortage of spare parts that originate from suppliers devastated by the recent Japan earthquake is already affecting Toyota and Lexus dealerships in the United States. Dealers received a memo...
by - March 30, 2011
Although it was just a concept, the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento will enter production, at leas according to Symbolic Motor Car Company, a car dealer specialized in high-end supercars located in...
by - March 30, 2011
The 2011 profit margin of Schaeffler Group, which makes roller bearings, may drop as higher prices for energy, steel and aluminum raise costs. In a recent statement, the company said...
by - March 30, 2011
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave the Top Safety Pick award to the 2012 Volvo S60 for performing well in tests that cover front, side, rollover, and rear crash...
by - March 30, 2011
George N. Statfeld of Manhattan, a lawyer for emergency room physician Amir Sitafalwalla, said Toyota Motor Corp. failed to warn Sitafalwalla that his vehicle could unexpectedly accelerate. Sitafalwalla claims his...
by - March 30, 2011
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