2015 Mercedes S-Class Coupe leans into the good life
When debuting its Concept S-Class Coupe at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, Mercedes-Benz made it no secret that the luxury coupe previewed a future model. As it turns out, Mercedes might as well have unveiled the car then, because the...
2015 Chrysler 200 caught looking good after leaking out
We can't yet share all the details on the 2015 Chrysler 200 sedan, but we can direct your attention to the image above, which was published by the boys at Jalopnik after Chrysler reportedly let it out by accident. As you can see, the new...
Ford Motor Co.F -0.41% had a breakthrough in its lobbying effort to decry the Japanese government’s practice of weakening its currency.
Sixty U.S. senators signed onto a letter to the Secretary of Treasury and the U.S. Trade Representative to ensure that language in the...
"Ford will perform routine maintenance and model-year changeover work at the following assembly facilities: Dearborn Truck Plant, Flat Rock Assembly Plant, Kansas City Assembly Plant, Louisville Assembly Plant and Ohio Assembly Plant."
Plants scheduled for model-year changeover gives good...
Feds predict new car sales through 2025; outlook not good for Chrysler, GM
By Drew Johnson
Dec 22nd, 2011
The EPA and Department of Transportation released a rather mundane 567-page proposal last month to secure tougher fuel economy regulations for future models, but that report has...
Misfires: It seemed like a good idea at the time
For every home run, there's thousands of strikes. For every Friends, there's a Coupling. For every Big Mac, there's a Mc DLT.
The same is true of the automotive world. Each year, there are new vehicles that...
Chevrolet Volt: Too different for its own good?
Alex Taylor III
December 9, 2010
FORTUNE -- New GM CEO Dan Akerson has been out beating the drum for the Chevrolet Volt lately, looking for ways to double or triple production, placing want ads for 1,000 more engineers to work...
Has Ford Passed Toyota for Good?
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By John Rosevear
September 16, 2010
"Dog bites man" isn't news. Likewise, it's not really news that General Motors -- the leader in the U.S. auto market for decades -- is leading again this year. GM might have gone through the mother of all bad...