Ford will highlight its vehicles' technology and fuel economy in a new national, multi-media ad campaign launching in April. The campaign, which the company calls “AND not OR,” will tell consumers they don't have to make compromises to drive a Ford vehicle.
Opel union leaders are seeking talks over the future of the General Motors unit's Bochum, Germany, car factory after workers rejected a deal that would have saved more than a third of the jobs at the location.
A federal bankruptcy court has approved the sale of a bankrupt Toyota dealership in St. Augustine, Fla., for $18.7 million. The buyer, Michael Beaver, owner of Beaver Toyota in Santa Fe, N.M., will close on the sale in April, said Joe Luzinski, senior vice president of Development Specialists Inc.
Many automotive journalists, when asked for their fantasy road test, would promptly reply, "A Porsche 911, up the California coast." Although I've been doing this job for 20 years, until a few weeks ago I had never been fortunate enough to embrace this experience.
Volkswagen Is building the business case for a large SUV in the United States, top VW executives said. The vehicle is a key to the company's plan to nearly double the VW brand's U.S. sales to 800,000 units by 2018.