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A supermini-sized ‘B-segment’ SUV will be added to the Chrysler Group’s 4x4 brand Jeep’s model lineup in 2013. At the Geneva Auto Show, Jeep’s CEO Mike Manley told Autocar that...
by - March 4, 2011
After Ford Motor Co. earned $9.3 billion in the last two years, it’s likely to make an accounting change this year to reflect confidence in its recovery. A tax expert...
by - March 4, 2011
California Superior Court Judge Anthony Mohr approved the Toyota Motor Corp.’s $10 million settlement with the family of Mark Saylor, a California Highway Patrol officer who died with three others...
by - March 4, 2011
As Ford Motor Co. focuses on global platforms and shared parts, its relationships with suppliers will change, allowing more coordination from design to production. Tony Brown, head of global Ford...
by - March 4, 2011
General Motors Co. predicts that its sales in Japan will be boosted with the arrival of the Chevrolet Aveo, its first small-car entry in half a decade in the country....
by - March 3, 2011
Because of the risk of fuel leak or electrical issues, Ford Motor Co. is recalling eight vehicle models that total to over 34,000 vehicles from all around the world. Ford...
by - March 3, 2011
BMW’s sales and marketing boss Ian Robertson said that its new ‘i’ sub-brand will be expanded to offer a full range of alternatively fueled cars. In an interview with Autocar...
by - March 2, 2011
BMW and PSA Peugeot Citroen revealed that they will be investing EUR100 million ($138.2 million) to jointly develop hybrids. The joint venture, dubbed BMW Peugeot Citroen Electrification, will start operations...
by - March 2, 2011
General Motors Co.'s Opel/Vauxhall unit will offer an eight-year warranty for the new Ampera plug-in electric car’s battery system. At the Geneva Motor Show, Opel CEO Nick Reilly said that...
by - March 2, 2011
Starting in 2014, BMW AG will aim to sell at least 30,000 units of its i3 electric vehicle annually. Ian Robertson, BMW’s global sales and marketing boss, said that the...
by - February 28, 2011
To tap increasing demand in markets including China, Volvo Cars, plans to invest as much as $11 billion worldwide over the next five years. In a recent interview in Beijing,...
by - February 28, 2011
All that hard-won production and pricing discipline the auto industry has acquired in 2010 is in danger of “going out the window” now that incentives are ratcheting up. In January...
by - February 28, 2011
As you may know already, Alfa Romeo will bring at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show the 4C Concept, a new car which will became firm’s halo car. According to the...
by - February 28, 2011
Fiat S.p.A. has a new collection of well-equipped, high-value models in the passenger car range. Launched on Feb. 18, 2011, MyLife trim level was presented along with Fiat Punto MyLife....
by - February 28, 2011
Peugeot S.A. is relying on China and the rising demand for station wagons in Europe to help its new 508 large car be a success. European buyers in the last...
by - February 27, 2011
Vladimir Dmitriev, the CEO of Russia’s state development bank VEB, told journalists that the bank is ready to invest in a joint venture between the Russian carmaker Sollers and Ford...
by - February 27, 2011
Swedish automaker Volvo Cars, which Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. bought in August 2010 for $1.5 billion, will build its first Chinese assembly plant in Chengdu, China, according to an...
by - February 27, 2011
Dana Holding Corp., which makes axles, driveshafts, transmissions, sealing and thermal-management products, and service parts, reported a narrower fourth-quarter net loss as sales rose. The company also revealed that it...
by - February 27, 2011
The 21st Century Business Herald, a Chinese newspaper, said automaker SAIC Motor Corp. seeks to more than triple the annual sales of its proprietary MG and Roewe models to 700,000...
by - February 27, 2011
German media reported that the investigation by public prosecutors in Stuttgart into former Porsche CEO Wendelin Wiedeking has ended. Sueddeutsche Zeitung said that the charges will be dropped against Wiedeking...
by - February 26, 2011
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