Feb 28, 14Consumer Reports announced its worst cars list for 2014
After praising some Japanese and German brands in its 2014 Car Brand Report Cards, Consumer Reports posted its 2014 worst car analysis
Feb 20, 14Ferrari sold fewer cars last year but made more money
Ferrari managed to achieve an impressive 2.3 billion EUR revenue in 2013 even though the company sold fewer cars compared to 2012.
Feb 14, 14Honda confirms Insight and CR-Z will be axed from Europe this year
Honda spokesman told Automotive News Europe the Insight and CR-Z hybrids won’t be offered in Europe anymore.
Feb 14, 14Bugatti having problems selling the remaining 40 Veyrons
Bugatti is having major problems in selling the remaining Veyrons which are worth no less than 62.5M EUR (about 85.6M USD or 51.20M GBP).
Feb 06, 14Aston Martin will recall 75 percent of all cars made since 2007, affects 17,590 units
Aston Martin has announced a major recall which will affect 75 percent of all cars manufactured since 2007.
Jan 31, 14Indian cars crash tested by Global NCAP, results show a high-risk of life threatening injuries
Global NCAP conducted the first ever independent crash test of some of the most popular cars in India.
Jan 24, 14Toyota was world’s largest carmaker in 2013, managed to sell 9.98M units
Toyota has managed to maintain the world's largest automaker title in 2013 after selling no less than 9.98 million cars.
Jan 07, 14BYD says Chinese cars will reach stateside by late 2015
BYD has announced Chinese cars will enter the United States market by the end of 2015.
Jan 06, 14Mercedes-Benz won U.S. luxury sales battle against BMW in 2013
Mercedes-Benz managed to take the 2013 U.S. sales luxury crown by delivering 3,254 more units than archrival BMW.
Jan 01, 14IHS Automotive study says after 2050 nearly all vehicles will be autonomous
IHS Automotive has issued a study about the future of autonomous vehicles which according to the report will eventually end up dominating the car market.
Dec 25, 13Hyundai and Kia agree to pay 395M USD to settle lawsuits related to inaccurate MPG numbers
South Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia have agreed to pay about 395M USD in order to settle lawsuits related to overinflating fuel economy numbers.
Dec 13, 13Toyota's Australian exit in 2018 very probable after Federal Court ruling
After Ford and Holden, Toyota will most likely exit the Australian market by 2018 as a result of a decision taken by the Federal Court.
Oct 10, 13Aston Martin incurred a 39.2M USD pre-tax loss in 2012
The Telegraph says Aston Martin suffered a 24.6M GBP (about 39.2M USD) pre-tax loss last year, compared to 2011's 21.2M GBP (33.8M USD) loss.
Oct 09, 13BMW Group recorded highest-selling September in history
The BMW Group has announced last month was the best-selling September in the company's existence.
Oct 07, 13Mercedes-Benz says September was best-selling month ever
Mercedes-Benz is proud to announce September was the company's best-selling month in existence.
Aug 02, 13Opel pulls out from Australia after only one year
After only one year since arriving in Australia, Opel has decided to stop selling cars down under.
Jul 25, 13OFFICIAL: AMG and Aston Martin confirm technical partnership
Following months of rumors and speculations, Aston Martin and Mercedes-AMG GmbH have announced today plans for a tie-up.
May 31, 13Fiat wants to borrow up to $10 billion to completely buy Chrysler - report
An interesting new report says Fiat is looking to borrow up to 10 billion USD from several banks to purchase the remaining stake in Chrysler.
May 27, 13Holden promises to keep making cars in Australia, despite Ford's 2016 exit
Holden vows to maintain production facilities in Australia, even though Ford has announced a 2016 exit.
May 23, 13Ford to close manufacturing facilities in Australia by 2016, Falcon nameplate to be axed
Ford has announced plans to close their manufacturing facilities in Australia by October 2016.
May 21, 13US-European auto trade deal in the works, could result in harmonized standards - report
Automakers have expressed their support for a free trade deal between the United States and European Union that could significantly reduce costs on both sides of the Atlantic.
Apr 29, 13Volkswagen could reduce temporary staff in Europe, won't close factories
Volkswagen could decide to slash temporary posts as a response to a declining demand in Europe.
Apr 27, 13Great Wall to enter U.S. market in 2015
Chinese automaker Great Wall has announced plans of selling cars in United States by 2015.
Apr 26, 13Renault to produce next-gen Nissan Micra in France
Renault has announced they will make the next-gen Micra in France starting 2016.
Apr 16, 13Volkswagen appoints Juergen Stackmann as new Seat boss
Volkswagen Group designated Juergen Stackmann as the new Seat chairman, thus replacing James Muir who will retain a management role within the VW empire.
Apr 15, 13General Motors and Ford join forces for nine- and ten-speed automatic transmissions
General Motors and Ford are teaming up to jointly develop nine- and ten-speed automatic gearboxes.
Apr 12, 13General Motors to invest 5.2 billion USD in Opel by 2016
General Motors' Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson announced plans of investing 4 billion EUR (5.2 billion USD) in Opel in the next four years.
Apr 11, 13Ford starts Explorer production in Russia [video]
Ford has started full-production of the Explorer in Russia at the Ford Sollers Elabuga assembly plant.
Apr 11, 13Toyota says Corolla was the best-selling nameplate last year
Toyota is claiming the world's best-selling passenger vehicle in 2012 was the Corolla.
Apr 10, 13Ford Focus was the best-selling passenger car in the world last year, according to Polk
Based on Polk global market registration data, the Ford Focus was the world's best-selling passenger car last year.