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After weeks of speculation, General Motors announced today it earned a $3.2 billion net profit in the first quarter of 2011.
This week’s recalls involve a faulty slip yoke on 2011 Toyota Tundra pickups and Second-generation Nissan Pathfinders and Infiniti QX4 SUVs in 20 cold-weather states and Canada that are being recalled for strut housing corrosion.
The motorsports world hasn’t been immune to the trend toward creating more fuel efficient and more environmentally friendly vehicles, and now with the Nissan Leaf Nismo RC set to hit the Nissan stand at the 2011 New York auto show, Nissan is showcasing its vision of an EV-only race car.
Hoping to compete with Toyota’s youth-oriented Scion brand, Chevrolet unveiled its production Z-Spec accessories line today with the new Sonic, which goes on sale this fall.
Jim Glickenhaus and his team have treated us to another video of the P4/5 Competizione lapping a race track, this time Germany’s iconic Nürburgring Nordschleife.
Part of the reduction of assets in the lead-up to General Motor’s bankruptcy was Buick’s divesting of its long-standing golf sponsorship.
Despite the Gumpert Apollo’s amazing performance, we’ve never been able to warm up to the vehicle.
The Mitsubishi Colt wasn’t exactly sought after during its U.S.
BMW’s Vision ConnectedDrive concept is the big news from Bavaria at the 2011 Geneva auto show .
Although analysts predicted General Motors would post a $5.0 billion year-end profit in 2010, the automaker announced today its FY2010 net income amounted to $4.7 billion.
Ever since Volkswagen showcased a small midengine roadster concept in 2009, Porsche has been mentioned as a candidate to receive a version – if and when the car would actually be built.
The Toyota Prius is one of those names that until now has defied a plural categorization.
Rolls-Royce has begun testing an all-electric vehicle.
With its Audi 3 concept for the 2011 Geneva auto show, the German automaker is not only showcasing the future of the A3, but it is also revealing that the long-awaited A3 sedan will eventually become a part of the car’s lineup.
After years of planning and teasing us with Megacity this and EfficientDynamics that, BMW has finally taken the wraps off its BMW i sub brand, the German automaker’s division that will pump out plug-ins and full electric vehicles.
Despite having retired from General Motors last year, it seems former product chief Bob Lutz isn’t completely detached from his previous employer.
Does the unique 2011 Nissan Juke have any competition?
Enjoy yesterday’s Super Bowl?
If you’ve read any national news outlets in the past 48 hours, you’ve likely seen a single common word: snow.
Hyundai and Kia managed to post some incredible sales results in North America in 2010, but that hot streak appears to have continued into the first month of 2011.
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