BMW Rolls Down the Top with New 4-Series Convertible

BMW Rolls Down the Top with New 4-Series Convertible

One thing you can count on with BMW is that there’ll be plenty of variants to follow the launch of every major product line. And so it is with the 4-Series coupe we first saw in June. Just a week ago the Bavarian automaker revealed the next-generation M4 and, today,...
Honda Brings E:Concept SUV to Beijing Motor Show

Honda Brings E:Concept SUV to Beijing Motor Show

Honda has big plans to electrify its line-up though, until recently, its emphasis has been on hybrids and PHEVs. But the automaker recently launched its little e minicar in Europe and Japan and is now showing off another all-electric concept at the Beijing Motor Show...
GM Invests $71 Million in Two Ohio Plants

GM Invests $71 Million in Two Ohio Plants

General Motors keeps growing its production capabilities in Ohio, announcing today it plans to invest $71 million into two Ohio manufacturing facilities. The Detroit-based auto company will pump $39 million at its Toledo transmission plant and $32 million at its...
Polestar Putting Precept Concept into Production

Polestar Putting Precept Concept into Production

With the market showing strong interest in its first two models, Polestar is doing an about-face on what could become its third production line, officials announcing last weekend that it will now put the Precept concept vehicle into production. Originally meant to...
Automakers Expected to Report Strong September Sales

Automakers Expected to Report Strong September Sales

Sales of new cars and light trucks continue maintain an upward trajectory on a month-over-month basis in September in the face of the pandemic and an increasingly sluggish economy. However, Bank of America analysts estimated that U.S. light vehicle sales in September...
BMW Agrees to $18M Fine for Inflating U.S. Sales Results

BMW Agrees to $18M Fine for Inflating U.S. Sales Results

BMW just became the latest automaker fined – $18 million – by federal regulators for disclosing “misleading” information about its U.S. sales results. The company and two U.S. subsidiaries reached an agreement U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to pay the...