WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert speaks with some of the people coming to the North American International Auto Show.
Mary Barra tells reporters 2014 was a year of “great disappointment and great progress.”
Fiat-Chrysler sales up 20 percent in December, 16 percent for full year. GM sales jump 19 percent in December, 5 percent for the year. Ford sales rise 1 percent in December, flat for year.
Cadillac will show off its performance side at January’s North American International Auto Show, with a new version of the CTS-V performance car. It has a 640 horsepower, turbocharged V-8 engine, and a top speed of 200 miles per hour.
AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert takes a tour of the floor of Cobo Center, where hundreds of construction workers are already well into the process of setting up the North American International Auto Show.
“Streaming Video Mirror” eliminates obstructions, increases field of view. Will be on 2016 Cadillac CT 6 flagship vehicle.
Dennis Williams says strike would be a failure, “We don’t plan to fail.”
“Sync 3” will replace “My Ford Touch.”
It’s the most difficult vote that I’ve had in the several years that I’ve been a juror for North American Car and Truck of the Year.
Lexus feels it can keep baby boomers, but also attract more younger buyers, with edgier ads and newer styling.