Why Cadillac and Mercedes need new model names - Detroit Free Press
By Mark Phelan, November 16, 2014
It was well past time for Cadillac and Mercedes-Benz to adopt new naming systems, despite complaints from some of the brands' followers.
There's no evidence to support the people who decry...
imho we needed a new EB thread - so in honor of the new 2.7
putting it here so it doesn't get lost...
...&or maybe get this section renamed!
New Ford V-6 Will Be Game Changer - WardsAuto
Jan. 23, 2014
by Drew Winter in Road Ahead
A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but knowing an engine...
By John Neff
Posted Oct 17th 2012 1:30PM
Throughout these tough economic times, automakers have looked all over for new marketing ideas to get their products noticed. Ford is no stranger to experiments in marketing, and its chief marketing man, Jim Farley, confirms that the video game industry...
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Game changers: Look to these cars to shake up competitive balance - FreePress
1:36 AM, Sep. 29, 2011
A handful of cars and SUVs hitting the road over the next year or so could shake up the competitive balance among the world's top automakers.
Memo to GM: Ford won’t play the price war game
March 2, 2011
General Motors Co. denies it’s igniting a price war by recently offering higher incentives and lease pull-ahead deals on many vehicles.
GM is right. It’s not stirring up a price war -- at least not with...
General Motors does some furious backpedaling on Thursday over a memo that told staffers to quit saying Chevy. "In no way are we discouraging customers or fans from using the name," the automaker said.
Tanner Foust improved upon his 8th place finish from the Portugal stop of the European Rallycross championship with a 6th place finish at the most recent U.K. round at the Lydden Hill Circuit. In fact, Foust made it to the final heat in the Division 1 category, only to suffer a driveshaft...
Volvo is set to introduce a biofuel engine for its C30,S40 and V50 models. The new 1.8 liter FlexiFuel four cylinder engine puts out the same 125 horsepower as the non-biofuel version, but the E85 car qualifies for a 20 percent tax...