Audi thinks that a high-riding utilitarian vehicle leaning heavily on the TT nameplate is a good idea. Continue Reading...
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General Motors unveiled its brand-new family of Ecotec small-displacement engines at its Powertrain Headquarters in Pontiac, Mich. this morning. The lineup will include 11 separate powerplants in both three- and four-cylinder configurations. Continue Reading...
Peugeot PSA Citroen will get a three-billion Euro injection backed in part by Chinese stakeholder Dongfeng. Continue Reading...
PSA Peugeot Citroen and Dongfeng Motor Group have agreed on the main terms of an alliance that will be backed by a $4.1 to $5.5 billion capital injection for the French automaker. Continue Reading...
As the world’s largest automobile market China will increasingly shape the direction of future vehicles. Indicating the preferences of its consumers the country’s top auto journalists have chosen the first ever China Car of the Year: the Mercedez-Benz S-Class. Continue Reading...
Saab will resume production of the 9-3 on Monday at its Trollhattan, Sweden facility. Continue Reading...
Fiat is working on finalizing a deal with partner Guangzhou Automobile Group Co. in hopes of producing the Jeep Cherokee in China. Continue Reading...
Chinese automaker Dongfeng Motor Corporation is reportedly planning to take a 30 percent stake in PSA/Peugeot-Citroen. Continue Reading...
Luxury cars are making a huge splash in the Chinese market, and Acura is the latest automaker to ink a deal with a local partner to build cars and crossovers by 2016. Continue Reading...
BMW expects demand for its vehicles in China to outstrip U.S. demand this year. Continue Reading...
Thirst for luxury products in China is strong. So strong, in fact, that it outweighs the limitations associated with owning an electric car. Continue Reading...
Ford CEO Alan Mulally, who is currently in China to help open a factory, believes the country will inevitably become an export hub for the American automaker. Continue Reading...
General Motors pulled a commercial for the Chevrolet Trax after one Chinese newspaper called it racist. Continue Reading...
Volkswagen is betting big on China by planning to boost its product offering in the country by 29 percent, raising the count of currently-offered models to 90. Continue Reading...
Rally racing in a Rolls-Royce? Not bloody likely. At least not in anything the brand builds today, but that wasn’t always the case. Continue Reading...
Set to take on the Audi Q3 and BMW X1, Mercedes just released an official sketch of the GLA compact crossover that is expected to debut during the Shanghai auto show this weekend. Continue Reading...
Starting with the 2014 model year, the Ford Fusion mid-size sedan will come with six powertrain options now that a 1.5-liter EcoBoost engine is being added. Continue Reading...
Maserati just confirmed that it will bring a world premier to the Shanghai Auto Show, although it isn’t clear what the car is yet. Continue Reading...
Despite having made impressive jumps in recent years, the Chinese automotive industry is believed to still be a decade away from being globally competitive. Continue Reading...
It’s no secret Fisker Automotive is in trouble. The maker of premium electric cars is clinging to life by its fingernails. One more setback could send them plummeting into the fiery abyss of financial ruin. Still, even if they roll snake eyes the firm’s founder has more than a few thoughts on what future transportation… Continue Reading...
Still soldiering toward its goal to regain the world’s top luxury automaker title, Daimler paid 640 million euros for a 12 percent stake in Beijing Automotive Group today. Continue Reading...
Fisker is falling on some rough times and it appears that the American electric automaker is getting desperate, seeking strategic partners in China as well as funding. Continue Reading...
The Chinese are running at redline to develop, improve and promote their domestic automotive industry. Brands like FAW, Chang’an Motors and SAIC may be totally obscure to the typical American car buyer, but they may become household names in just a few years. One company that’s pushing hard is the GAC group. Continue Reading...
The China Investment Corporation, the country’s investment vehicle, is interested in purchasing a stake in Daimler AG between 4 and 10 percent according to a Chinese media outlet. Continue Reading...