Been an interesting week for auto industry executive musical chairs....
The boom in natural gas production in the US is leading to a surge in interest in running vehicles on the stuff. In theory, compressed natur...
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This year's North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit kicked off yesterday (13 January) against a blizzard of optimistic dat...
Purchasing director General Motors Russia, Peter Layer, recently spoke at the Russian Automotive Forum in Moscow, organised by Adam Smith Conferences, as well as talking to Simon Warburton on the sidelines of the event.
Keno Kato is corporate vice president of Global Product Strategy and Product Planning for Nissan and Infiniti. Glenn Brooks recently met him and took the opportunity to ask a variety of questions concerning future model plans.
Fallout from General Motors' allegedly faulty ignition switches - most fitted to North American market brands and sold largely in the US - is rumbling on but, so far, there has been no threat from officialdom to "hold the automaker's feet to the fire" - a promise made infamously to Toyota by then-transportation secretary Ray LaHood during the sudden acceleration recall crises.
General Motors plans to spend US$162m on a stamping plant at its Lansing Grand River facility, creating 65 jobs, local economic development officials said.
Domestic sales among South Korea’s five main automakers increased by 7.6% in February to 107,004 units in February, from 99,463 units a year earlier, according to data released by the vehicle manufacturers.
General Motors and its joint ventures in China sold 257,770 vehicles in China during February, a new record for the month. Sales increased 19.9% year on year from 215,070 vehicles in the same month last year.
Winter maintained its grip on the US in February and, as happened in January, car buyers stayed home.
What do you do with an EV sports sedan if the company that sold it to you has gone bust?
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