A new ad campaign for the 2013 Dodge Dart is targeting multicultural millennials with a Spanish/English ad campaign featuring Pitbull. "ĄDale!"
German carmaker Daimler reported a boost in
second-quarter operating profit after it sold its stake in aerospace
Nissan is planning its own narrow urban buggy along
the lines of the quirky electric-powered Renault Twizy.
The 2014 Corvette Stingray has a 455 horsepower, 6.2-liter V-8 engine that can
take the car from zero to 60 mph in under four seconds.
Mazda North American Operations has announced updated pricing of its
all-new 2014 Mazda6 midsize sedan with the i-ELoop braking
No. 3 U.S. automaker Chrysler Group made $1.7 billion last year thanks to big gains for its
much-improved cars and trucks, and it's expecting profits to reach $2.2 billion.
Volkswagen, Europe's biggest carmaker, reported
a solid gain in global sales during the first half of the
year thanks to strong demand in Asia and the U.S.
Nissan is adding more than 100 quick chargers in 21 key markets across the U.S., the company announced on Monday.
Sales for luxury automaker BMW
raced to a record high in June as strong demand in Asia and the
U.S. offset Europe's stagnating auto market, the group said
Italian automaker Fiat said Monday it had moved to increase its stake in U.S. subsidiary Chrysler to nearly 70 percent, despite still being locked in litigation over the price to pay to a
union-administered trust fund that owns the rest of the company.
Japanese automakers increased their U.S. manufacturing by 36 percent
last year, and Honda's Ohio operations played a leading role.
It might seem there are few Toyota cars on the road that haven't been recalled, after the Japanese carmaker admitted to a problem with power steering in some models.
Honda and General Motors will work together to develop fuel-cell
systems and hydrogen-storage technologies with a goal of having results by 2020,
the companies said.
Ford sales rose 13 percent in June from a year earlier, while
Chrysler's increased 8 percent and General Motors' were up 6 percent as pickup
trucks continue to be the big showroom attraction.
Ohio will be more important than ever to Honda's future as the automaker has invested nearly $900 million in the state over the past three years, company officials said.