Car Sales Estimated to Hit 20 Million in 2018: 'Car Wars' Report

Car companies that update their product lineups frequently enjoy more sales, larger market share and profits. Keeping average showroom ages low is critical for a car company’s financial health.

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Battery Energy Density to Equal Gasoline by 2045: Report

The energy density of today’s automotive batteries does not compare very favorably to good old gasoline. However, researchers and scientists are continually pushing to improve the range and storage capacity of EVs.

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Seniors Continue Driving Despite Diminished Ability

A recent survey suggests that seniors are willing to discuss their driving abilities, but the conversations rarely happen.

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Latin Americas Best Selling Cars Are Unsafe

Some of Latin America’s best selling cars pose high risks of life-threatening injuries and are considered to be two decades behind on safety when compared to cars sold in Europe and North America.

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Nissan Teams Up With Carfax To Provide Car Shoppers With Recall Info

Nissan North America announced today it will begin sharing information for Nissan and Infiniti vehicles with Carfax, in an effort to provide used-car shoppers with improved access to information on open safety and emissions recalls.

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All-Wheel Drive Cars Could Account For 30 Percent Of Sales By 2015

According to the Detroit Free Press, all-wheel drive vehicles are increasing in popularity and could account up to 30 percent of all autos sold by 2015.

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