NADA chairman warns 60 mpg by 2025 could have adverse effect
During a speech on Thursday, Ed Tonkin, National Automobile Dealer Association president, warned against the EPA's push for increased fuel economy standards.
Nissan begins Leaf production at Japanese plant
Production of Nissan's Leaf EV has begun at the automaker's Oppama, Japan, assembly plant.
New details emerge on Mercedes' next B-Class
New details have emerged on Mercedes-Benz next-generation small car, including a radical approach that will require a patent.
October sales looking up
October still has a few days left, but the latest forecast calls for it to be the best sales month on record for 2010.
The Maybach of minivans: Luxgen7 CEO
Taking the van to the max, Taiwan's Luxgen Motors has just released its all-new Luxgen7 CEO.
Audi announces more efficient Q7 3.0 TDI model
Audi has announced the launch of second Q7 3.0 TDI model, with the latest version promising to be the most fuel efficient in the lineup.
Oh boy: BMW considering M3 GT?
Despite the lukewarm reception to the 5-Series GT, BMW is reportedly considering a GT version of its next M3.
Internet Car and Truck of the Year finalists announced
The votes are in: Finalists for the Internet Car of the Year award have been selected. Voting for the winners will begin next week.
War on Cars, Part 5: An attack on auto shop [Op-Ed]
Ronnie Schreiber approaches the War on Cars from the fundamentals: A distinct lack of emphasis on classroom auto shop training.
Honda, Acura join Toyota, Lexus to recall 470k over brake fluid leak
When it rains, it pours. At least when it comes to automotive recalls, as Honda and Acura have now announced that it will recall certain models for leaking brake fluid.
Chevrolet Volt to hit Chinese market next summer
General Motors says it will begin China sales of its Chevrolet Volt electric car next summer.
BMW CEO: electric vehicles won't be profitable at launch
BMW CEO Norbert Reithofer recently gave an interview in which he discussed the brand's future with electric vehicles, including profitability problems.
Recall blues cutting into Toyota profit margins
Toyota dealers say that they're being forced to discount cars more in order to move inventory, despite little increase in factory incentives.
Chrysler planning new engines off Pentastar architecture
Looking to maximize its $730 million investment, Chrysler says it is planning several variations of its new Pentastar V6.
Study: Ford vehicles industry's most heavily discounted
Ford might be producing some of Detroit's best sales news, but a study says that the blue oval is offering the industry's biggest discounts to move inventory.