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McLaren Bringing Another Car to Geneva Motor Show

McLaren Bringing Another Car to Geneva Motor Show

McLaren’s run the gamut in the last 12 months going from a company near its demise to now a company introducing new products. The maker dropped a hint that it’s bringing another new vehicle to the Geneva Auto Show, just a week after it announced it teased it’s...
First Drive: 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport

First Drive: 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport

Legend has it that the ancient Vikings attempted to mislead potential invaders by naming an inhospitable spit of Arctic turf Greenland. Discovering its frozen wastes, the logic seemingly went, they’d steer clear of the even more dismally named Iceland. Visitors to the...
Honda Earnings Hammered By Recalls, Weak Japan Sales

Honda Earnings Hammered By Recalls, Weak Japan Sales

Honda earnings took a sharp tumble during the most recent quarter, hammered by a variety of problems including the maker’s airbag recalls, as well as sluggish sales in its home Japanese market. The maker announced the 15% decrease in net income a day after it said it...
Newest Mercedes-AMG May Float Your Boat

Newest Mercedes-AMG May Float Your Boat

The Mercedes-AMG product setting hearts aflutter may not be the new AMG GT S, but it’s marine twin that will make its debut in Miami in two weeks. Courtesy of a partnership with Cigarette Racing Team, many of Mercedes’ AMG beasts have equally powerful marine cousins....
Is Cuba A Hidden Trove of Classic Cars?

Is Cuba A Hidden Trove of Classic Cars?

Anywhere you wander in Cuba you might feel like you’re caught in a time warp, if for no other reason than the steady stream of half century-old Chevrolets and Fords that dominate the communist country’s roads. They’re the automotive equivalent of “zombies,” suggests...
Ford, GM Implement Expansion Plans in China

Ford, GM Implement Expansion Plans in China

Despite the fact that China’s economic growth has slowed, General Motors and Ford Motor Co. continue pushing ahead with plans to expand their production footprint there. Mark Fields, Ford’s chief executive officer, told analysts this week thatFord expects...
Ford Profit Sharing Checks Drop to Average of $6,900

Ford Profit Sharing Checks Drop to Average of $6,900

Ford Motor Co. will continue to face major challenges in the first half of 2015, but the company’s executives expect better results for the full year after a disappointing 2014. The company’s results fell in line with earlier guidance, but the net income of $3.2...
Ford Takes Q4 Hit Due to F-Series Changeover

Ford Takes Q4 Hit Due to F-Series Changeover

Ford Motor Co.’s profits cratered during the fourth quarter as moved through the changeover of the company’s popular full-size pickup truck, dropping from 75 cents per share in the same period in 2013 to a single penny per share in the final three months...
British Millionaire Buys Holy Trinity of Hybrid Supercars

British Millionaire Buys Holy Trinity of Hybrid Supercars

We’ve all played the game…if money was not object which supercar would you buy? Of course, no one can simply pick just one crazy fast car, so yo In the case of British multi-millionaire Paul Bailey, it was a real-life game involving the purchase of McLaren P1, the...
GM Declines to Extend Compensation Fund Deadline

GM Declines to Extend Compensation Fund Deadline

Despite the pleas of two U.S. Senators, General Motors will not extend its deadline – for a second time – for victims of the maker’s ignition-switch vehicles to file for compensation benefits. Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Edward Markey (D-Mass.) in a letter...