29 hours a goMercedes leads Audi, BMW in January sales
Mercedes-Benz has taken the top position in global luxury sales race in the first month of 2016.
Feb 9th, 16Mercedes won’t sacrifice profit margins to sell more cars
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche announced this week that Mercedes is not willing to sacrifice its current profit margins for the sake of selling more cars.
Feb 6th, 16Ford to skip Paris Motor Show
Ford has taken the decision to skip this year's Paris Motor Show, set to open its doors on October 1.
Feb 4th, 16Lotus admits its fancy London shop is a waste of money
Piccadilly in London is one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world. And right by where they filmed that awesome scene from American Werewolf in London, Lotus has a showroom.
Feb 3rd, 16Can old factory grounds be transformed into an autonomous hotbed?
Michigan Officials Envision 335-Acre Autonomous And Connected Car Testing Facility On Former GM Site
Feb 3rd, 16Toyota will drop Scion brand
Toyota has decided to axe the Scion brand after 13 years on the market. While it’s still not official, several sources claim the youth-targeted company will cease to exist very soon.
Feb 2nd, 16SUVs become top-selling segment in Europe
For the first time in history, in 2015 SUVs outsold the traditional subcompact and compact segments in Europe.
Feb 2nd, 16Renault inaugurates first Chinese factory
Renault’s very first factory in China is now open for business after an initial investment of almost $950 million (€870 million).
Jan 27th, 16How to buy a used car without getting taken
An expert's tips for shopping used cars. Step One: Make sure you don't just buy the shiniest one you see.
Jan 27th, 16Toyota claims sales crown for 2015 with 10.15 million cars delivered
Toyota has managed to claim the title for the world’s top-selling automaker for the fourth time in a row.
Jan 25th, 16Ford to exit Japan and Indonesia markets this year
In a rather unexpected announcement, Ford has disclosed plans to close up shop in Japan and Indonesia this year.
Jan 23rd, 16Report says many VW bosses knew about diesel trick since 2006
German media is reporting the diesel shenanigans at the Volkswagen Group date back to the year 2006.
Jan 22nd, 16Automakers issued a record 868 recalls in 2015
Automakers issued more recalls than ever last year. But even as the number of defects in cars mushroomed, many motorists ignored the safety defects lurking under their hoods.
Jan 22nd, 16VW reiterates Euro owners won’t get Dieselgate compensations
Despite being pressured by the European Union's industry commissioner, Volkswagen has announced owners of affected TDI-powered cars in Europe will not receive any form of compensation.
Jan 20th, 16Mother of GM ignition-switch victim: Let dealers speak up
In the wake of the General Motors safety crisis, the mother of one ignition-switch victim is working with lawmakers to ensure motorists receive more information on vehicle defects from dealerships.
Jan 20th, 16Renault recalling 15,800 Capturs to adjust pollution control device
Renault has announced plans to recall 15,800 units of the Captur to make adjustments related to the pollution control system.
Jan 14th, 16Mercedes still pushing for Russian factory despite local downturn
Mercedes has reiterated its intentions of setting up shop in Russia by opening a new plant, even though the local car market has plummeted.
Jan 13th, 16SAAB owner NEVS signs deal to sell 20,000 9-3 EVs for almost $1 billion
SAAB’s owner National Electric Vehicle Sweden (NEVS) has managed to secure a new major deal, this time for 20,000 electric cars worth close to $1 billion.
Jan 12th, 16Industry will reach 'peak auto' in 2016, but trouble ahead
One More Year Of Record Car Sales Before Market Cools
Jan 6th, 16BMW grabs US luxury sales crown for 2015
BMW is happy to report it has obtained the luxury sales crown for 2015 in United States.
Jan 5th, 16US Justice Department suing VW for breaching Clean Air Act
The United States Justice Department filed yesterday a civil lawsuit against Volkswagen for allegedly violating the Clean Air Act.
Jan 4th, 16American gas will be cheaper in 2016
AAA has conducted an analysis regarding American gas pricing and discovered it hasn’t been as low since 2009.
Jan 4th, 16Continental says VW scandal could kill diesels entirely in US
Continental’s CEO, Elmar Degenhart, has made an interesting statement as he predicts the VW scandal could ultimately kill diesel-powered cars in United States.
Dec 28th, 15Ferrari recalling 185 California T units over fuel leak risk
Ferrari’s North American division has announced plans to recall a total of 185 California T units to solve a potential fuel leak problem.
Dec 23rd, 15The 5 Weirdest Recalls of 2015
Government safety regulations exist to keep people safe, but the arcane rules can cause bizarre recalls in the real world.
Dec 22nd, 15Why the Detroit Three should merge their engine operations
Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne would love to see his company merge with General Motors. But GM's board of directors essentially told him to go pound sand. So now what?
Dec 9th, 15VW says CO2 irregularities concern only nine model variants
Volkswagen has announced those CO2 “irregularities” discovered last month only affect a small number of vehicles.
Dec 8th, 15Oil prices hit nearly 7-year low
Good news coming from the oil industry as price is down to the lowest level since the beginning of 2009.
Nov 28th, 15Genesis gets more than 4,300 G90 orders in 24 hours
The Genesis G90 is off to a strong start as the company has announced the model has received more than 4,300 pre-orders for a day in South Korea.
Nov 21st, 15Volkswagen says Euro owners of rigged TDI cars will not receive compensation
The Volkswagen Group has announced European owners of affected TDI cars will not receive compensations.
Nov 16th, 15Dieselgate causes 3.5% sales drop in October for VAG
Volkswagen has posted a significant 3.5% sales decrease in October caused primarily by the ongoing Dieselgate.