Tesla Motors Offsets Financial Losses by Selling Battery Car Credits to Honda and Other Automakers

In a filing last week, Tesla reported that it has generated $13.8 million in “zero-emission vehicle” credit sales since 2008. Purchasing the credits helps automakers comply with California’s stringent tailpipe emissions regulations.

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General Motors Company Plans to Broaden Use of its New Alpha Platform

General Motors Company’s new rear-wheel-drive Alpha platform, which was originally designed for the 2013 Cadillac, will be used to underpin a number of new designs.

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Fiat Announces Shakeup of European Dealer Network – Plans to Drop Chrysler Name

Fiat S.p.A. has announced a sweeping restructuring of its European distribution network, which will reduce its Lancia and Chrysler dealerships by about 350. The plan also calls for Chrysler products to be sold under the Lancia name throughout Europe with the exception of Ireland and the UK, where Lancia vehicles are not sold. The Chrysler name will continue to be used in those markets.

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Big Changes for Newly Liberated Saab

In February Saab was sold by General Motors Company to Spyker Cars NV, and is in the process of reinventing itself as an independent automaker. They are making huge changes to the company and planning even more.

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Toyota to Continue Incentive Spending as U.S. Sales and Market Share Continue Slide

Toyota Motor Corporation will continue its current level of incentive spending in light of last month’s lackluster sales numbers according to executives with the company’s largest independent U.S. distributor.

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With Mercury Out of the Mix, Ford Must Revitalize Lincoln

Now that Ford Motor Company has decided to wind down its Mercury brand, most analysts agree the challenge will be in building up the surviving Lincoln line to satisfy its customers and its dealers. Ford’s president of the Americas Mark Fields said, “We have to make a very compelling case to our dealers very quickly.”

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Former Car Czar Downplays Importance of GM Loan Repayment Ad, Praises CEO Whitacre

In a recent interview with the Detroit News, former “Car Czar” Steve Rattner praised General Motors Company chairman and CEO Ed Whitacre but said the automaker “slightly elasticized the reality of things” when it claimed to have paid its government loans off “in full.”

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Mulally Reassures Ford Shareholders at Annual Meeting

Ford Motor Company CEO Alan Mulally told shareholders that he expects next year’s earnings to increase over the “solid” profit the company has seen so far in 2010.
“We’re clearly on a path now of profitable growth,” he said at the annual meeting shareholder meeting in Wilmington, Delaware on Thursday.

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Ford and Mazda Seek to Terminate 3-Way China Joint Venture

Ford Motor Company, Mazda Motor Corporation and Chongqing Changan Automobile Company [wiki] are reportedly seeking approval from the Chinese government to terminate their three-way tie up.
Two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters that Ford and Mazda plan to pursue their own separate partnerships with Changan. The new two-way tie ups will reportedly give Ford and Mazda 50% ownership stakes in their respective joint ventures.

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GM Gives Hummer until May 1 to Sell or Wind Down the Brand

Last week, General Motors Company announced that it would wind down its Hummer brand on news that the Chinese government

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