BMW to Launch New Three-Door M135i in Europe

BMW has announced that it plans to add a new model to its M Performance Automobile line. The M135i three-door

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Opel’s CEO Outlines Plan to Return to Profitability

General Motors Company’s Opel/Vauxhall division is considering broadening its alliances beyond the one it currently has with France’s PSA/Peugeot-Citroen.  Among

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Chinese Automakers Ramp Up Exports to Emerging Markets as Domestic Demand Dwindles

Chinese automakers have begun looking to emerging markets, including Egypt, Indonesia and Ukraine as the market at home continues to

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April Auto Sales Continue Upward Trend

It is expected that automotive sales for the month of April will match the pace of March sales, meaning the

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Hybrid and EV Sales Soared During First Quarter

During the first quarter, U.S. sales of hybrids, plug-in hybrids and all-electric vehicles increased 44 percent, to 113,457 units, compared

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Mitsubishi Considering Reintroducing Mirage Small Car in U.S.

Mitsubishi Motor Company plans to launch its new Mirage small car in the North American market sometime in early 2013,

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Chrysler Group Q1 Profits Quadruple to $473 Million

Chrysler Group LLC has set a full-year profit target of $1.5 billion based on Q1 earnings of $473 million, up

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Overseas Troubles Could Reduce Ford’s Q-1 Profits by Nearly Half

Losses in overseas markets may result in as much as a 50 percent loss in first quarter profits for Ford

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Is Politics Hurting Automakers Looking for Federal Loans?

Two years ago, electric carmaker Coda Automotive petitioned the U.S. Department of Energy for submitted a $334 million in loans

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Poor Design by Automakers Makes Child Safety Seats Difficult to Install According to New Study

A full decade after federal regulators began requiring that all passenger vehicles accommodate the LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for

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