The iconic Subaru performance flagship, 2015 WRX STI is returning to the UK one year after it was axed from the market and demand is high.
This means General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) which traces its roots back to 1908, now has 11 joint ventures, two wholly owned foreign enterprises and more than 35,000 employees in China.
Despite a gasping U.S. economy that is trying hard to recover, Americans are aggressively acquiring existing leases that have very short terms left on them.
Already, the General Motors (NYSE: GM) scheme to share its trade EV secrets to China is paying off and growing the industry, as now General Electric (NYSE: GE) will join the task with GM to formul
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It all looks so cordial.
Based on an analysis of depreciation value, incentives and rebates, warranty, assistance services and features, NADAguides analysts are recommending these vehicles to people shopping for a new car
The 3.1 million-square-foot GM Shreveport Operations factory opened in 1981 and in its lifetime was home to the assembly of nine vehicles, all of them trucks.
General Motors' retirees will derive nothing from the deal, at least not immediately, and that's significant because there are about 400,000 of them.
While the actual contract between General Motors and the UAW is likely longer than any sane person would want to sit down and read, we can pull out the key factors that caused the two parties to co
GM will retain or create 6,400 jobs as part of its product and plant investments.
The Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center (PATAC) – SAIC and GM’s engineering and design joint venture in Shanghai – will serve as the development center for the architecture.
Little is known about the camo’d up Cadillac ATS shown in the video below so there is no way of telling exactly what engine is powering the ATS or what kind of times it turned out during the test s
Ford, uncharacteristically laid back, went fishin'. No comments. No complaints. So what. Whatever, dude. We'll do it when we do it. Chrysler, the smallest of the Detroit Three, fumed.