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Car Trivia: October 26, 2007

Car Trivia: October 26, 2007

Get more TCC Trivia 1. This new 1970 model was hailed as the first modern U.S.-built subcompact car. 2. In which model year did the Pontiac GTO first have an optional "The Judge" package? 3. In the auto trade, what does the abbreviation HVAC mean? 4. Which UK manufacturer sold its Super Snipe model...

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2008 Audi A5, Geneva Auto Show

Audi Building Compact Car in Belgium

The Wall Street Journal reports that Audi will take control over a VW Group assembly plant inBrussels, Belgium, and will begin producing a new compact vehicle there by the... read more March 12, 2007 by  1


 
2009 Mercedes-Benz S600 Pullman

Pullman Benz Goes to Heads of State

A new long-wheelbase S-Class Guard Pullman is being developed by Mercedes-Benz, as the German automaker continues 80 years of protecting kings, popes, and prime ministers on... read more February 23, 2007 by 


 
Wolfgang Bernhard

Bernhard Leaving VW, Company Says

Volkswagen brand chief Wolfgang Bernhard will leave the company by the end of the month, the German automaker confirms. Bernhard's departure comes after the installation of... read more January 11, 2007 by 


 
SEAT IBE Concept from the 2010 Paris Motor Show

Bernhard Still Kicking at Volkswagen

To maul Mark Twain, reports of Wolfgang Bernhard’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. The brand boss at Volkswagen AG’s flagship VW division has been coming under... read more November 29, 2006 by 


 
Audi e-tron Neckarsulm Development Center

Bush to Meet with Domestics

Chrysler Losses Hit $1.5B by Joseph Szczesny (10/25/2006) Warnings prove true as American arm of DC drops big Q3 loss. Ford Loses $5.8B in Q3 by Joseph Szczesny (10/23/2006)... read more October 29, 2006 by 


 
CCG CustomGT

Schrempp Still Lingers over DC Board

Jeep Going Global, Zetsche Says New vehicles will broaden brand on international scale. Chrysler Expects Market-Share Gains Small gains expected, despite North American... read more April 16, 2006 by 


 
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Chinese Cars Coming to Detroit

With nearly 70 new cars, trucks, and concepts scheduled for introduction at next month’s North American International Auto Show, it takes a pretty significant product to... read more December 19, 2005 by 


 
2013 Volkswagen Touareg 4-door TDI Lux Tail Light

Volkswagen Scandal Woes Worsen

Volkswagen AG's internal corruption scandal has grown and now is thought to involve at least 60 employees of Europe's largest automaker. According to published reports in... read more September 5, 2005 by 


 
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Flint: Germany’s In Trouble

Related Articles: Flint: The First Shoe Drops at Jaguar by Jerry Flint (9/27/2004) How much longer before the other hits the floor? Has anyone noticed that Ford sales... read more October 17, 2004 by 


 
2003 Rolls-Royce Phantom

Rolls-Royce

Phantom Now owned by BMW, the elegant and exclusive Phantom is the only Rolls-Royce model offered for 2005, and it’s just the sixth model in the automaker’s storied... read more September 30, 2004 by 


 
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Chrysler Profits Help DC in Q2

DaimlerChrysler is moving aggressively to address the quality problems at the Mercedes-Benz Group after reporting that the unit’s operating profit fell 18 percent during... read more July 29, 2004 by 


 
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GM Earns $1.3 Billion in Q2

Related Articles: Ford Turns In $1.2 Billion Profit by Joseph Szczesny (7/20/2004) The second quarter shines in Dearborn as Ford’s finance arm brings in big dollars... read more July 21, 2004 by 


 
2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG live photos, 2014 Detroit Auto Show

Mercedes Recall Brakes the Bank

Mercedes-Benz is preparing to conduct the biggest product recall in its history — a development compounding its recent rash of quality problems. The recall is particularly... read more May 31, 2004 by 


 
Volvo production site in Chengdu, China

UAW Membership Still Declining

Related Articles: Gettelfinger Defends Two-Tier Wages by Joseph Szczesny (3/29/2004) Done before and done now, the UAW says it’s all about preserving jobs. The United Auto... read more April 18, 2004 by 


 
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WJR: VW Plays the Incentive Game

The year has gotten off to a “bumpy start,” says Volkswagen of America’s CEO, Gerd Klauss. The German automaker staged one of the most dramatic comebacks in automotive... read more April 14, 2004 by 


 
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