Toyota is expected to reach a production milestone this year by producing over 10 million vehicles. Continue Reading...
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Grassley and Thune are also emphasizing the angle that taxpayer funds were used for the development of high priced vehicles that are viewed as very small niche products at best. Continue Reading...
The reason, is to allow time for the General to re-tool these facilities so they can switch over to the updated 2013 full-size pickups, of which production is scheduled to begin during the latter half of next year. Continue Reading...
Automobile manufacturing is a big part of the Canadian economy. 10 percent of the country’s manufacturing output is related to the auto industry. Things have been changing for a few years already, and the future is not looking good for Canada. Thanks to their lower labor rates and production costs, more and more car companies… Continue Reading...
In Brazil the bus accounts for approximately 3.3 percent of light commercial vehicle market and is offered in two configurations, Furgão (windowless cargo van) which sells for the equivalent of $26,348 and the standard nine passenger window Bus which retails for $24,142 Continue Reading...
In order to handle the projected growth, Volvo is planning to open up a manufacturing facility in Chengdu in 2013, which will boast some 3,000 employees and a maximum capacity of some 150,000 vehicles per year Continue Reading...
By the end of last month Chevrolet had sold some 5,003 copies of the car, though with only two months left in the year, it means that in November and December it will have to shift roughly the same amount of vehicles in order to meet the projected target. Continue Reading...
If the European Union member states were to rate as a single country however, then they would finish in the top spot. Last year more than 15 million plus units, were produced in the EU. Continue Reading...
At present, GM hasn’t made any official announcements regarding the move, though an article in Nashville based newspaper, the Tennesseean claims the General is seriously considering such a strategy, citing economic officials. Continue Reading...
Even though rivals, including Detroit’s big three, have gained ground this year as a result of problems facing the Japanese duo, most seem to view Honda and Toyota’s improving fortunes quite favorably. Continue Reading...
Both facilities will be idled beginning July 4, for a two week period, as quoted by GM spokesman Tom Wickham, speaking with news source Bloomberg. Continue Reading...
The move comes as facility restrictions at Gaydon, in place when Rapide production originally began and making the task almost impossible on UK turf a the time, have now finally been lifted. Continue Reading...
Nevertheless, the overall outlook remains optimistic. Among the automakers; Toyota says it expects production to return to around 70 percent of normal levels by June, while Honda says it will resume full capacity by August. Continue Reading...
This follows on from news that shipping of Honda components destined for factories outside of Japan was to resume on April 4. Continue Reading...
Originally the car was slated to be completed before the new year, but delays in parts shipments, caused by severe weather in Southwestern Ontario, pushed production into the first days of the new year. Continue Reading...