Mercedes planning topless SLS AMG E-Cell?
The convertible SLS AMG E-Cell would likely use the same drivetrain as the coupe.
Europe drags GM earnings down 41% but automaker still profitable
GM's net income was narrower thanks in part to a weak performance from Europe.
Former GM marketing exec lands at Ford ad agency
GM's former marketing head will now try to revive Ford's Lincoln brand.
Stronger demand prompting Toyota to increase production?
A report suggests that Toyota is going to up production by 300,000 cars this year.
Mercedes' U.S. sales lead over BMW dwindles to 105 units
BMW is closing in on Mercedes for the U.S. sales lead.
In Pictures: The 10 Best-Selling Cars of July 2012
Ford's F-Series was the month's best-seller, but the rest of the list might surprise you.
UAW brings up civil rights movement in Nissan's Mississippi plant fight
UAW plans on playing up civil rights in its bid to organize workers at Nissan's Canton, Mississippi plant.
Rolls-Royce customers say they don't want diesels
Polled Rolls-Royce owners reveal they won't buy diesel-powered vehicles from the luxury brand.
Mazda begins 2014 Mazda6 production, reveals wagon variant
Mazda has officially begun production of its all-new 6, including a never seen before wagon variant.
Mini builds quarter-scale RC cars to fetch javelins, hammers, more at the Olympics
Mini provides 1/4-scale remote-control Coopers to fetch javelins, hammers, discuses, and shots thrown at the 2012 Olympics.
Ford invests $220M to add hybrid transmission capacity to Michigan plant
The investment brings a new assembly line and 225 new jobs to the Van Dyke plant.
Nurburgring secures state-backed loan
The Nurburgring has received some financial help from the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate.
2013 Volkswagen Beetle Convertible receives EPA fuel economy ratings
The EPA says that the Beetle Convertible will match the efficiency of its coupe sibling.
U.S. diesel sales jump 27.5% in first half of 2012
Audi and Mercedes-Benz are both benefiting from the increase in diesel sales.