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2020 Green Car, SUV of the Year Finalists Announced

2020 Green Car, SUV of the Year Finalists Announced

Each year automakers introduce a slew of new vehicles, many of which are considered “green” or environmentally friendly, and while consumers will choose the ones they like best with their checkbooks, there are other ways to be recognized. Annually, the Green Car...
Toyota Defies the Downturn

Toyota Defies the Downturn

It’s been a tough year for the auto industry. And not just in the U.S., where sales are off by nearly 2% this year. China, the world’s largest automotive market, is expected to end the year with an 8% decline, according to the China Association of Automobile...
PSA-FCA Plan to Retain All Brands After Merger

PSA-FCA Plan to Retain All Brands After Merger

If the merger of PSA and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is completed as expected, there are no plans to eliminate any brands that now belong to the two companies. PSA CEO Carlos Tavares, the architect of PSA’s turnaround who is in line to take the operational helm in the...
China’s Annual NEV Sales Trending for Decline in 2019

China’s Annual NEV Sales Trending for Decline in 2019

Sales of new energy vehicles, or NEVs, in China continue to shrink with sales falling 45.6% in October, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers. The fall, which is blamed on the end of major subsidies paid to buyers, last month follows a 33%...
GM Sells Lordstown Plant to Workhorse

GM Sells Lordstown Plant to Workhorse

Now that the ink on its contract with the UAW is dry, General Motors pulled the trigger on another deal, selling its Lordstown, Ohio plant to an electric vehicle maker. No terms were released on the sale to Lordstown Motors, the company created by Workhorse Group to...
Toyota Exceeds Analysts Estimates with Q2 Profits

Toyota Exceeds Analysts Estimates with Q2 Profits

Toyota Motor Co. celebrated beating analysts’ estimates for its second quarter by announcing a $1.8 billion share buyback. Operating profit rose 14% to 662.3 billion yen, or $6.1 billion, for the quarter ended Sept. 30, marking Toyota’s best second quarter since...
Acting UAW President Plans to Listen, Rebuild Trust

Acting UAW President Plans to Listen, Rebuild Trust

The United Auto Workers’ new acting president says he is open to requests from the union’s membership to put UAW leaders on trial for misconduct. Rory Gamble, the UAW acting president, said during an interview with thedetroitbureau.com he is committed to doing what...