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.
Chrysler has struggled to make money. And the pay and benefits for its 26,000 UAW auto workers fall 25% below the standards set by GM, making it the lone have-not among the Detroit Three.
Historically, models that boast performance levels like the 2012 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 came strictly with a manual transmission as your common fluid driven automatic transmission offers too many com
Vauxhall, General Motors' British subsidiary, is donating three engines to the HMYOI (which stands for Her Majesty's Young Offender Institution) prison in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire in the United
GM's 48,500 UAW members will get $5,000 "signing bonuses." This is money GM will pay the UAW's hourly auto workers in a lump sum instead of giving them cost of living (COLA) raises over the course
The growth rate coupled with the sheer size and potential of the Chinese telematics market could likely take Shanghai OnStar Telematics Co., Ltd.
The four-year pact, which delivers job security to veteran auto workers and raises of up to $3 per hour to entry-level hires who right now make about $14 hourly, should be ratified this month.
It is not clear how many people will be hired or brought off layoff from UAW Local 1853 this year in Spring Hill or what will be assembled there.
Both General Motors and the Chrysler Group (led by parent company Fiat SpA) announced this morning that they had reached an agreement with the heads of the UAW to extend the current contract as the
The Dodge Viper ACR first set its impressive record in August of 2008 and that record of 7:22.1 stood until the Porsche 911 GT2 beat it in April 2010, while it took the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and t
Here’s what they did: An engine is more fuel efficient when it runs at lower engine speed (RPM)––1,000-1,500––so they wanted to run the Equinox engine in that range in order to get 32 highway.
What follows is the full speech the president gave, unedited, provided to TorqueNews.com by the White House.
With everyone's eyes on the Frankfurt Motor Show and my own own limited German translation skills, Der Spiegel seems to insinuate General Motors Company’s (NYSE: GM) interest in BMW is primarily re
It is the third consecutive quarter that GM occupies the top spot for patents. Coincidentally, GM’s first patent was awarded 90 years ago, and today that number exceeds 30,000 patents.