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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.

Due to the slowing economy, construction of Toyota Motor Corp.'s plant in Mississippi was halted but with the economy showing signs of recovery, the carmaker has announced that it will...
by - August 25, 2010
Audi's first electric vehicle dubbed e-Tron will be produced in the Neckarsulm site, which is where its Quattro division is located and where the R8 was conceptualized. In a statement,...
by - August 25, 2010
The suspension of production at Toyota Motor Corp.'s main Chinese car factory had been cut short as a settlement was entered by the management and the workers, settling the issue...
by - August 25, 2010
Jochem Heizmann is likely to be succeeded by Porsche AG Chief Executive Officer Michael Macht as production chief at Volkswagen, according to two insider sources. A final decision has yet...
by - August 25, 2010
To end the labor strikes in its China plants, Toyota Motor Corp. and Honda Motor Co. were forced to sacrifice earnings as they increased their workers' wages. Eroding profits even...
by - August 25, 2010
With the surge in the demand in China for Audi's premium cars, this Volkswagen unit will surpass its mid-term margin target and is on track to achieve sales of over...
by - August 25, 2010
The next-gen Q7 is a smaller, less aggressively styled SUV, according to sources in Ingolstadt. This means that Audi's fourth-generation A8 would be the last new Audi that is considerably...
by - August 25, 2010
At the annual shareholders' meeting, Toyota Motor Corp. President Akio Toyoda offered shareholders an apology for the massive recalls and all the repercussions from them. He also gave assurances about...
by - August 25, 2010
For Volkswagen to achieve its goal of becoming the world's largest automaker by 2018, it is revamping its US lineup. There are speculations that the Phaeton will make a comeback...
by - August 25, 2010
Talks between Volkswagen of America and CEO Stefan Jacoby over his employment contract are ongoing as it's likely that he will soon take over as the chief executive of Volvo...
by - August 25, 2010
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group has set a goal of selling 150,000 Volvo cars in China each year by 2015, according to the Shanghai Securities News. Zhejiang Geely, the parent of...
by - August 25, 2010
The recent slide of the euro against the dollar has led to Audi's decision to put on hold a plan to shift manufacturing to the US. Unlike Volkswagen, Audi isn't...
by - August 25, 2010
Because the demand for luxury cars has been seen to recover quicker than expected, Mercedes-Benz, BMW AG and Audi AG will add staff and will cut summer factory breaks to...
by - August 25, 2010
Instead of using a 3.6 liter naturally aspirated V6 engine, the Porsche Cayenne that's meant for the Chinese market will use a supercharged 3.0 liter V6 powerplant from the Audi...
by - August 25, 2010
Volkswagen's BlueSport roadster has been given the green light to go into production, according to Auto Express' sources in Germany. This stunning Roadster, a mid-engined two-seater, impressed crowds when it...
by - August 25, 2010
Volvo revealed today the estate version of the 2011 S60 Sedan, dubbed V60. "As sporty as the all-new S60", says Volvo regarding the new wagon, attempting to call it a...
by - August 25, 2010
In line with Toyota's plans to offer a hybrid in each range by 2020, new models will soon get the versatile petrol-electric hybrid system that is seen in the Prius...
by - August 25, 2010
The length of time that Toyota Motor Corp. will take to develop its models will be extended by about four weeks as part of the company's aim to ensure quality,...
by - August 25, 2010
Bombarded with complaints from consumer advocates that its investigators lacked electronics expertise, the National Academy of Sciences is expanding its panel that is probing cases of unintended acceleration in Toyotas...
by - August 25, 2010
Retired Volkswagen AG Chairman Carl Hahn said that China is urging the acceptance of electric vehicles in order to "leapfrog its competitors in the traditional automotive industry." At the Seoul...
by - August 25, 2010