General Motors has long operated in Europe with their Opel and Vauxhall brands, but with today’s announcement, it appears as though GM will focus their efforts on other markets.
Buick Regal Tourx. Like the name? To me it sounds sporty, but I see a wagon as anything but sporty.
The new Toyota Auris, shown here being unveiled by Mufti Maqbool Khatieb and Kent Pluke of Toyota at the Johannesburg Expo Centre in Nasrec, is a limited-production hatchback coupe powered by a 1.6
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.
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
As Opel formally introduced the RAK e experimental vehicle today – an all-new battery-powered electric vehicle based on a steel space-frame structure beneath a skin of conventional synthetic materi