Fueleconomy.gov has updated their site and confirms that the 2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid will get 47 MPG city, 47 MPG highway, 47 MPG combined. This is the same as the 2013 C-Max Hybrid. No word on either Energi as sales begin later.
Saab files for government protection, plans reorganization
By Chris Paukert
Sep 7th 2011
After a protracted battle for financial stability, Saab has filed for government protection. The official filing submitted this morning in Sweden isn't a liquidation, however, it's a bid for...
By: DAVID FREDDOSO
Online Opinion Editor
October 12, 2010
General Motors is really back. I mean, in the Washington sense.
In July, the 60 percent government-owned company began doling out campaign cash from its political action committee once again, to put some weight behind the $11.3 million...
GM is starting to sound like Peyton Place
By: Keith Crane
September 13, 2010
We now have the fourth General Motors CEO in a year and a half.
We are told that the newest CEO and chairman-elect, Dan Akerson, was picked, at his request, by the White House to go on the GM board...
A Ford engine plant in struggling Windsor now has the horsepower to pursue more new production after the Ontario government pumped another $81.2 million into a revitalization project.
Two senior provincial cabinet ministers announced the grant Friday for the key second phase of an upgrade...
Japanese automaker Toyota claims it's seeking a $2 billion state bailout to help its car financing unit. Maybe if they'd built the cars Americans wanted to buy, they wouldn't be in this mess. Wait, what?
The super-awesome-number-one-best automaker from the land of the rising sun's now asking...
Automakers to get $17.4 billion in government aid
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The government will offer up to $17.4 billion in loans to the ailing U.S. automakers and expects General Motors and Chrysler LLC to access the money immediately, a senior administration official said on Friday...