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Toyota Essential To Subaru Growth

Toyota Essential To Subaru Growth

WithoutToyota there would likely be no Subaru, the smaller Japanese automaker’s new CEO acknowledged during an interview with TheCarConnection.com. But don’t expect Subaru to become little more than another Toyota division, stressed Ikuo Mori. The automotive arm of Japan’s Fuji Heavy...

April 11, 2007 by 
 
2007 Saturn Aura

Most Washable ’07: Saturn’s Aura

While Saturn sends its North American Car of the Year award around the country, it’s still picking up other trophies for the 2007 Aura. The latest: The International... read more March 26, 2007 by 


 
2003 Cadillac Sixteen, Detroit Auto Show

GM Expands Rear-Drive Plans

General Motors’ plans for new rear-wheel-drive cars are continuing to grow and could be stretched to include the revival of the GTO coupe. Not all the programs have been... read more March 25, 2007 by 


 
Dieter Zetsche 2007 Geneva

DC Annual Meeting: Storm’s Coming

A decade after the Chrysler-Daimler merger, shareholders have turned next week’s DaimlerChrysler annual meeting into yet another referendum on the wisdom of the deal. A... read more March 18, 2007 by 


 
Rick Wagoner and Camaro

GMAC Could Tank Chrysler Deal

While healthcare liabilities continued to get a lot of attention in General Motors’ massive new filing with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), the new 10K paperwork... read more March 18, 2007 by 


 
2006 Kia Optima

Anyone For a Toyota Topless?

A book featuring 75 years of vehicle names has just been published in theU.K. and has thrown up some fascinating facts. The Register of Model Titles is controlled by the... read more March 14, 2007 by 


 
2007 Chevrolet Volt Concept

Flint: GM’s Big Plug-In Talk

It's an old Sinatra tune, but it gives me trouble: “Got my tweed pressed, got my best vest, all I need now is the girl.” What does that mean? The guy in the song has... read more March 14, 2007 by 


 
2007 Hyundai Santa Fe

Hyundai Plans U.S. Engine Plant

Hyundai says itsU.S. expansion plans will include a new engine plant in Montgomery, Ala., to begin production in 2008. The Wall Street Journal says the South Korean automaker... read more March 13, 2007 by 


 
2008 Ford Five Hundred

Free BMWs!

Free BMWs! I know your company does not get a lot of these requests but I was wondering if there is any chance that I get any of your BMWs free of charge. (I mean just like a... read more March 10, 2007 by 


 
2007 Hyundai Veracruz, Detroit Auto Show

Hyundai Prices Veracruz from $26,995

Hyundai says the new large crossover coming to its product portfolio this year will wear a pricetag starting at $26,995. The Veracruz, Hyundai adds, will be larger than... read more March 8, 2007 by 


 
Rick Wagoner 2007 Geneva

Wagoner Quiet on Chrysler

No matter how the question was posed, General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner had the same answer: “No comment,” on widely-reported talks with DaimlerChrysler AG ostensibly to... read more March 7, 2007 by 


 
2008 Jaguar XKR Portfolio

XKR Gets Portfolio Treatment

It’s only been around less than a year, but Jaguar’s XKR is getting the Portfolio treatment as its XJ sedan sibling did last year. As a Portfolio-ed model, the XKR stays... read more March 6, 2007 by 


 
2007 GMC Envoy Denali

Bad Mortgages Take Toll on GM

Any bid by General Motors for the Chrysler Group could stall, perhaps permanently, because of losses by GM's mortgage business. Those losses appear to be growing as the... read more March 5, 2007 by 


 
Robert Stempel 2007

Bob Stempel on the Hydrogen Prius

Those who have been around the business a while remember Bob Stempel as Chevrolet chief engineer, Pontiac and then Chevrolet general manager, VP of the... read more February 22, 2007 by 


 
Noble M12

Noble M12 Coming to U.S.

Racing fans and weekend skidders know the Noble supercar as one ofSouth Africa’s finer exports. Now, Ohio-based 1g Racing has secured rights to sell the Noble M12 GTO-3R... read more February 22, 2007 by 


 
Jerry Flint

Flint: Chrysler's In Play

Chrysler is in play. That's the Wall Street term meaning that a company is up for sale and its stock will get lively. DaimlerChrysler stock was up by $6 a share the day after... read more February 19, 2007 by 


 
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