Today’s Car Chronicles takes a look at the way changes in European governments may impact American auto companies in their efforts to turn around the European operations.
General Motors improved its earnings in North America, making $1.7 billion in its home market.
Belvidere, Toluca and Toledo Supplier Park will join Jefferson North in staying open
Ford sales down 5 percent, GM down 8 percent, Chrysler up 20 percent.
Boosted by strong sales and a much better debt picture, Chrysler is posting its best quarterly profit in 13 years, $473 million.
There was a renewed sense of optomism at this year’s SAE World Congress, the world’s largest gathering of automotive engineers.
Noisy demonstrators interrupt General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt’s speech to open the SAE World Congress.
A new study shows that men and women—as a rule—have very different vehicle preferences.
GM announced today that it’s going to produce a version of the Cadillac XTS in China, for sale in that market.
Ford to invest $760 million in new China plant, that can build 250,000 vehicles a year.