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Frigid temps offer first tests for many EVs' range, performance

Frigid temperatures cut electrified vehicles' driving range, but automakers say there are ways for owners to maximize efficiency. Read More »


How will GM look under Akerson's global brand push? Brazil gives clues

As GM CEO Dan Akerson works on a global corporate reorganization, the decisions he faces are playing out in one of the company's most important emerging markets: Brazil. Akerson wants more accountability and flexibility among senior management as the U.S. Read More »


Saab, hometown bank on long shot revival under Chinese investor

Saab is raising fresh hopes in its Swedish hometown as the mothballed brand gears up for another revival, more than a year after it went bankrupt. Saab's new parent, owned by a Chinese renewable energy investor, intends to start building 9-3 sedans and convertibles in August. Read More »


BMW pursues Daimler in making car-sharing operations profitable

BMW plans to earn the first profit in 2013 from a two-year-old venture that rents cars by the minute. The automaker hopes to overtake Daimler with a push to woo urban consumers who are looking for an alternative to owning a vehicle. Read More »

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