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Ford Set to Unveil Next-Generation F-150 on June 25
Ford Set to Unveil Next-Generation F-150 on June 25

Ford’s best-selling truck, the F-150, is about to become just another vehicle when it comes to the pandemic as its debut is being pushed back a week to June 25 — and it’ll be done online. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Volkswagen Making $2B Wager on China’s EV Market
Volkswagen Making $2B Wager on China’s EV Market

Volkswagen AG is betting big – more than $2 billion – that the Chinese electric vehicle market – the largest in the world – will rebound, leading to growth for its burgeoning line-up of electric vehicles and ultimately to more profits. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

GM Boosting Production as Virus Spreads in Key Mexican City
GM Boosting Production as Virus Spreads in Key Mexican City

General Motors is preparing to step up production next week by adding shifts at truck plants in the U.S. and Canada even as the number of COVID-19 deaths rise in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, an industrial city on the U.S.-Mexican border that supplies those plants. Get the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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First Drive: 2020 BMW X5 M50i
First Drive: 2020 BMW X5 M50i

BMW, the maker of luxury vehicles, built its reputation building sports sedans. However, the 2020 BMW X5 M50i does deserve to be in its very own select category. Check out our review at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Mercedes Pulls the Wraps off 2021 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet
Mercedes Pulls the Wraps off 2021 E-Class Coupe and Cabriolet

We got our first “virtual” look at the next-generation E-Class nearly three months ago, courtesy of the coronavirus. The same thing is set to happen with the introduction of the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe and Convertible models, but TheDetroitBureau.com has the pics before the online event.

BMW Keeps on Truckin’ with its 2021 5 Series Sedan
BMW Keeps on Truckin’ with its 2021 5 Series Sedan

Just when it appears that BMW might be too laser focused on its SUV line-up, it rolls out seventh-generation 5 Series portfolio, which includes a model with a 48-volt mild hybrid system. We’ve got the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

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Ford Set to Unveil Next-Generation F-150 on June 25

Ford Set to Unveil Next-Generation F-150 on June 25

Ford’s best-selling truck, the F-150, is about to become just another vehicle when it comes to the pandemic as its debut is being pushed back a week to June 25 — and it’ll be done online. Get details at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Volkswagen Making $2B Wager on China’s EV Market

Volkswagen Making $2B Wager on China’s EV Market

Volkswagen AG is betting big – more than $2 billion – that the Chinese electric vehicle market – the largest in the world – will rebound, leading to growth for its burgeoning line-up of electric vehicles and ultimately to more profits. Find out more at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Ford Brings Back the Mustang Mach 1

Ford Brings Back the Mustang Mach 1

Back from a long hiatus. Ford is reviving the Mustang Mach 1 badge for 2021. TheDetroitBureau.com checks out this track-ready pony car.

GM Boosting Production as Virus Spreads in Key Mexican City

GM Boosting Production as Virus Spreads in Key Mexican City

General Motors is preparing to step up production next week by adding shifts at truck plants in the U.S. and Canada even as the number of COVID-19 deaths rise in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, an industrial city on the U.S.-Mexican border that supplies those plants. Get the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

McLaren Sees Q1 Loss Balloon to $164.3M Due to Pandemic

McLaren Sees Q1 Loss Balloon to $164.3M Due to Pandemic

Super car maker McLaren Group is the latest automaker to highlight how hard the global pandemic has been on the industry, reporting its pre-tax loss in the first quarter jumped to $164.3 million, from just $22.2 million during the year-ago period, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

Memorial Day New Car Sales Surge Never Materialized

Memorial Day New Car Sales Surge Never Materialized

The surge in car sales over the Memorial Day holiday never materialized and, says J.D. Power, the industry’s hoped-for rebound is now “paused and moving sideways.” More from TheDetroitBureau.com.

Hyundai Teams with Sony Pictures on Multi-Picture Partnership

Hyundai Teams with Sony Pictures on Multi-Picture Partnership

When the next Spider-Man movie comes out don’t be surprised if Peter Parker uses Smart Park to nestle his Sonata into a spot before meeting Mary Jane Parker somewhere. Product placement is just one part of a new partnership between the automaker and Sony Pictures, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

States Strike Back in Suit Against Trump About CAFE Rollback

States Strike Back in Suit Against Trump About CAFE Rollback

More than two dozen states and cities filed suit against the Trump administration’s move in March to roll back fuel-efficiency mandates set by the Obama administration. The current administration finalized its weaker rules in March. Get the story at TheDetroitBureau.com.

Nissan’s $6.2B Loss Substantially Worse Than Expected

Nissan’s $6.2B Loss Substantially Worse Than Expected

Nissan lost $6.2B last year, significantly more than expected, and is now launching its 2nd turnaround plan in barely a year. But it could get help from its alliance partners, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

Rolls-Royce to Test Fuel Cell Systems from Daimler Truck, Volvo JV

Rolls-Royce to Test Fuel Cell Systems from Daimler Truck, Volvo JV

The fledgling fuel-cell partnership between Daimler Truck AG and Volvo AB is preparing to test its technology before the end of the year in a project with Rolls-Royce plc. The aim is to use the technology as a backup or replacement of diesel-powered power generators, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

Ford Forced to Temporarily Shut Down Third, Fourth Plants Due to COVID

Ford Forced to Temporarily Shut Down Third, Fourth Plants Due to COVID

Less than 24 hours after Ford temporarily shut down plant operations at its Kansas City Assembly Plant after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 –  the third time in the span of a week the company’s been forced to do so – it had to close a Chicago plant too — again, reports TheDetroitBureau.com.

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