The all-new 2015 Subaru RallyCross STI made its global debut for Global RallyCross fans and motorsports enthusiasts at the New York International Auto Show.
Nissan and Mitsubishi have officially named their joint venture as NMKV Co., Ltd, a company formed to develop minicars exclusively for the Japanese market.
Daewoo was given its name by company founder Kim Woo Chong. The name means "Great House" or "Great Universe" in Korean.
For the 2011 Sweets & Snacks Expo in Chicago, the premier trade show of the candy industry showcasing nearly 500 companies and more than 15,000 confectionary and snack industry professionals fr
The Mitsubishi Evolution was a small four door sedan. On the outside it was a boring sedan with a funny looking radiator and a nice set of rims.
The largest electronics retailer in the nation, which already offers home chargers for electric vehicles, is already talking to small and large automakers considering to sell electric vehicles in i
Many will read the latest reviews and safety information from sites like JD Power and Consumer Reports.
The automotive sector has not yet recovered from the Japanese disaster. Toyota might even lose his crown of world's largest automaker, in favor of General Motors.
It looks to be near-official that as of August 2011, the Mitsubishi Eclipse, Eclipse Spyder and the Endeavor SUV will cease production at the company’s facility in Normal, Illinois.
The Mitsubishi i is set for release over the coming months in two of America's most populated metro areas - Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth.
The 2012 Mitsubishi i in the ES trim level will have a base price after federal tax credit of only $20,490 – a substantial savings compared to some of its EV competitors.
“If you're in the market for a new car, but especially if you're looking at a fuel-efficient Japanese model, experts say you're better off buying now because prices will only get higher in coming w
Toyota Motor Corp had most recently announced that their 18 Japanese production facilities would be closed until today but the country’s largest automaker has announced that these plants will remai
Fuji Heavy Industries, the parent company of Subaru, originally planned on keeping plants shut down until Wednesday but that day has been bumped to Sunday, as the country continues to face power sh