Jun 13, 8:17 AM
The future of Saab will have less to do with airplanes and more to do with household appliances, with the news today that a Chinese-Japanese investment group has purchased the bankrupt Swedish automaker.
The investment group, comprised of Sun Investment of...
VIDEO: Mercury Lives On--In Hawaii Five-O Remake
By Marty Padgett
August 6th, 2010
Hollywood doesn't call them remakes--they euphemize 'em as "reboots" these days. But with this fall's new version of the CBS classic, Hawaii Five-0 is trying to stay as authentic as possible...
Falcon V8 lives on - for now
Ford Australia president Marin Burela has dropped the clearest hint yet that the iconic XR8 line of Falcon performance vehicles will continue when the new Coyota V8 engine is introduced mid-year.
There had been media speculation that the XR8 sedan and ute would...
Dodge's SRT performance division to stay the course - Autoblog
by Jeremy Korzeniewski on Mar 6th 2009 at 3:55PM
2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 - Click above for high-res gallery
After learning that General Motors would be disbanding its High Performance Vehicle Operations team to focus on less...
SAAB Independent? (and therefore this thread's NOT in a GM category)
second source:www.examiner.com Saab-flys-back-to-Sweden-GM-to-relinquish-ownership-to-Swedish-control
supporting info?:GM had no advance notice of Saab filing
Jamie LaReau - Automotive News Europe
February 23, 2009 06:01 CET...
Just out today the great Australian I6 will live on. No US sourced V6 for the Falcon or Territory.
This is great news for Australian Ford fans.
Found this nice lil post on one of the online mag sites today! Sounds like a plan to me! ! ! ! ! !
According to MotorTrend, Ford’s SVT division is planning a Ford Fusion GT for late 2009 targeting the car as an affordable Audi S4. Following the Lincoln MKS, MKR and Ford Flex, the Ford...