Lotus released one of the first real indicators today that it has a bright future. Continue Reading...
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California EV start-up Coda Automotive launched its first and likely last stab at the electric car market this year. Continue Reading...
Young? Artsy? Money hungry? Then Scion has your ticket; the brand is giving away money, cars and mentors to people who fit the bill. Continue Reading...
The Lexus Factory in Cambridge, Canada is getting a big boost. The Japanese automaker is investing over $100 Million and hiring about 400 employees at the plant that makes the RX crossover. Continue Reading...
Chevrolet is offering more for less by adding direct injection to their upcoming line of Gen-V small block engines. “The Gen-V small block is an all-new, state-of-the-art engine family that will offer more efficiency and refinement than any other small block in its more than half-century of production,” chief engineer Jordan Lee said to Left… Continue Reading...
Keep an eye on Lotus over the next six years, they just won a bid for this round of the Regional Growth Fund (RGF). Lotus CEO Danny Bahar said in a press release that the money will help the company refresh its line of sports cars with best in class performance and emissions. The RGF… Continue Reading...
Chrysler has announced that Ralph Gilles will now serve as the President and CEO of the SRT division, also referred to as the Chysler Street and Racing Technology brand. SRT is responisble for building Chryslers high performance vehicles. SRT has always been part of the Chrysler brand, however the american automaker will for the first… Continue Reading...
General Motors will recall 2,000 laid off workers by September according to a Detroit News report, allowing the company to start hiring new workers for its American plants. While G.M. representatives would not confirm any timeline, Joe Ashton, UAW VP in charge of GM, confirmed that the workers would be back, stating “We will have… Continue Reading...
General Motors has announced that it’s hiring 1,000 people over the next couple years to help improve electric vehicle related infastructure, as well as charging, motor and battery technology. While the jobs aren’t as glamorous as developing the next generation of electric vehicles, there’s no question that without any of the above, EVs will forever… Continue Reading...