The 2014 Subaru BRZ is new on the scene in the racing world, but its the perfect sports car for the Japan Gazoo Racing series 2014.
An agreement has been reached and signed by Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft, the Swedish trade unions at Scania and Volkswagen’s Global Works Council that will secure employment at Scania’s locations
The 2014 Toyota RAV4 is quickly moving up the sales rankings in the hottest segment in the automotive industry, the compact crossover segment.
March sales of the Volkswagen are up, and with momentum surging behind them, the company is no doubt optimistic about the upcoming launch of the all-new Golf.
The all-new 2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class is moving out of dealer showrooms at a fast pace. The new four-door coupe is helping Mercedes-Benz reach never before seen sales numbers here in the U.S.
What is going on with the performance car, Subaru WRX? Subaru of America has announced record sales for the month of March 2014, but the 2014 Subaru WRX is making a huge splash.
The Ford F Series has been the bestselling vehicle in America for decades and for the last decade or so, the Chevrolet Silverado and Toyota Camry have routinely been 2nd and 3rd in annual sales whi
Needless to say, General Motors has dealt with their share of recalls lately and while much of the GM recall news has been devoted to the ignition failures which have forced new CEO Mary Barra to s
In early March, Jimmy Fallon announced on his new position as the host of the Tonight Show that he was looking to buy a full size pickup truck - you know, because Im sure that Jimmy Fallon does lot
We aren't foolin' when we tell you many buyers of the new-generation 2015 Subaru WRX will want to upgrade their performance car with these mods from Subaru Technica International (STI).
Over the past few weeks, the construction team responsible for repairing the National Corvette Museum after removing the 8 fallen Corvettes has spent their time reinforcing the walls to make the ne
Imagine losing a 130 mile street race by 1.94 seconds. Now, calculate pit stops, cautionary slowdowns and a re-start or two. That’s Grand Prix IndyCar racing.
During a private meeting in New York, GM’s CFO Chuck Stevens spoke to Wall Street analysts.