As the big Frankfurt auto show opens to the public, Ford says it’s greatly expanding its product plans in Europe.
The North American International Auto Show isn’t open to the public yet at Cobo Hall in Detroit, but you can feel like you’re there by following this live Twitter feed from WWJ Auto Beat Reporter Jeff Gilbert.
WWJ Newsradio 950 sponsored a business breakfast Friday, Aug. 19 to mark the Woodward Dream Cruise on Saturday, Aug. 20.
A new study shows that two new active safety systems, that are starting to appear on cars, are preventing accidents.
The first vehicle jointly developed by Chrysler and Fiat is a sure fire hit.
General Motors starts work on a solar power generating station at its Orion Township Plant.
Ford analyst Erich Merkle talks with WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert about car sales.
The report from Experian Automotives says not only is it easier to get credit but fewer people are defaulting on car loans.
The side curtain airbag could deploy when it’s not needed, and fail to deploy when it is needed.
WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert talked with some of those attending the Automotive Golf Classic, an annual fund raiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs