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As parts suppliers in Japan are still striving to restart factories, it’s likely that Ford Motor Co., Volkswagen AG, and other carmakers will follow moves by General Motors Co.'s Opel...
by - March 25, 2011
The upcoming incarnation of the Audi S8 will be powered by a 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 instead of the Lamborghini-based 5.2-liter V10 used on the previous generation, according to a report...
by - March 25, 2011
Saab’s owner, Spyker Cars N.V., said that on May 19, 2011, the 59-year-old CEO of Saab, Jan Ake Jonsson, will retire from the company. Jonsson was instrumental in saving Saab...
by - March 25, 2011
As Kia aims to be known as a “dynamic, sporting, fun brand,” it has confirmed that it has set its sights on a roadster, in order to take on the...
by - March 25, 2011
The incidents that took place after the excitement that Chrysler generated with its "Imported from Detroit" Super Bowl commercial are unfortunate. Last week, auto reviewer Scott Burgess resigned from the...
by - March 24, 2011
U.S. automakers may emulate how their Japanese counterparts and salaried employees are paid and may seek to begin providing up to 15% of union workers' compensation in performance bonuses and...
by - March 24, 2011
Infiniti will enter the Australian market during the third quarter of 2012. It will mark its debut in the country with a retail and service network that consists of three...
by - March 24, 2011
Suzuki Motor Corp. will again suspend operations at its Japanese facilities through March 27, 2011, after briefly resuming production following the 9.0-magnitude earthquake that occurred on March 11, 2011. The...
by - March 24, 2011
Mercedes-Benz USA will be teaching teenagers the skills and competencies for safe and enjoyable driving with an approach that’s specifically tailored to the U.S. environment. Mercedes-Benz Driving Academy, which will...
by - March 24, 2011
At the special bargaining convention in Detroit, UAW officials said that the Detroit 3 are on the brink of having full employment at their U.S. operations after years of financial...
by - March 24, 2011
General Motors Co. filed a lawsuit in federal court in Detroit against car hauler Allied Systems Holdings, asking them to return 1,704 new vehicles they supposedly kept after the carmaker...
by - March 24, 2011
Porsche has very very big plans and wants to expand its lineup in order to achieve impressive sales. As you may know already, the Porsche Panamera is already a big...
by - March 24, 2011
As General Motors Co. expands in Australia, it revealed that it is developing a high-performance version of the Cruze that may carry Holden’s ‘SS’ badge. Earlier this week, the JH...
by - March 24, 2011
Ford is launching a series of three new personalization packages for the 2012 model year of the Fiesta. Since the Fiesta model was released two years, it had proven to...
by - March 24, 2011
Research and consulting firm J.D. Power and Associates estimated that total light-vehicle sales will exceed 1.2 million units in March 2011, up 9 percent from March 2010. New-vehicle retail sales...
by - March 24, 2011
As fuel prices are continuously rising, car manufacturers are beginning to introduce more hybrids and fuel-efficient engines. Mercedes-Benz knows this and the latest reports from Autocar confirm the fact that...
by - March 24, 2011
Several Japanese manufacturers have resumed production of auto parts in Japan, although in a limited capacity. Industrial output in Japan has been disrupted for over a week ever since the...
by - March 23, 2011
UAW President Bob King, on the sidelines of the UAW special bargaining convention, said that the contract negotiations with the Detroit 3 won’t delay the union's drive to organize Asian...
by - March 23, 2011
Neighboring South Korea is feeling the brunt of the Japan disaster and this has caused General Motors and other carmakers to reassess production schedules over supply concerns. Spokesman Jay Cooney...
by - March 23, 2011
The Norwegian postal service has ordered 20 Ford Transit Connect electric vans – the first order that Ford Motor Co. has received from Europe. Ford based the Transit Connect EV...
by - March 23, 2011
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