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Fiat Shareholders Avoid Scrap with Marchionne

Sergio Marchionne is certainly all smiles after Fiat shareholders gave their stamp of approval for the merger of Fiat and Chrysler.

Foreign Automakers Feel Under the Gun in China

Daimler, which recently announced a joint venture with Chinese maker BYD, is under investigation by anti-monopoly regulators.

Top Nissan Exec Takes CEO Spot at Aston Martin

Former Nissan EVP Andy Palmer introducing a prototype Nissan Leaf autonomous vehicle. In an unexpected move, top Nissan executive Andy Palmer has left the Japanese maker for a new position as CEO of Aston Martin.

Corvette Museum Filling in Car-Swallowing Sinkhole

Attendance at the National Corvette Museum jumped 66% after a sinkhole opened up under the site. Practicality won out over history as the National Corvette Museum’s board elected to fill in the sinkhole that gobbled up eight vehicles, but also more than doubled attendance at the facility.

The Motor City, Motown and Jazz

McCoy Tyner at the 2013 Detroit Jazz Fest What has long been known as the Motor City has done more than just put America on wheels.

Privately Owned Cars Could Vanish Under Ambitious Helsinki Plan

Helsinki is considering a plan that would severely limit private ownership of cars, but allow greater flexibility in its public transportation in the city limits.

Women Taking to Haggling Over New Car Price

Women, according to a new survey, enjoy haggling over the price of a new car more than men. The stereotype of a woman being unwilling to haggle with a dealership salesperson thus relying on her husband or some other man to handle the negotiations is going by the wayside.

India Fines 14 Carmakers for Overpricing Spare Parts

Indian automaker Tata, which makes the ultra-low-priced Nano, faced the biggest fine. Regulators in India have levied more than $400 million in fines against 14 local and international automakers accusing them of intentionally overcharging for spare parts.

Is GM Playing Shell Game with New Production Plans?

GM is moving Cadillac SRX production to Spring Hill, Tennessee from Mexico. It failed to mention it's shifting Equinox production from Spring Hill to Mexico.

Voice Recognition is the #1 Problem for New Car Buyers

Programming systems like the Cadillac CUE can be a nightmare due to faulty voice recognition. Call it a communications breakdown.

Overseas Markets Clamoring for New Mustang, Ford Officials Claim

Ford President of the Americas Joe Hinrichs poses with the first of the 2015 Mustangs off the line. The first of the new 2015 Ford Mustangs rolled off the assembly line this week, and though the new pony car won’t go on sale in Europe or Asia until next year, overseas dealers have already snapped up their allocation of the sixth-generation Mustangs, according to Joe Hinrichs, Ford’s President of The Americas.

VW Employees Dealing with New Union Tussle

An anti-UAW worker at VW's plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is hoping to set up a competing union called the American Council of Employees.

Ford Plant Readies to Meet Global Demand for Mustang

Ford's Flat Rock, Michigan, plant is ready to start churning out the 2015 Mustang. The company is celebrating 50 years of Mustang production.

Cadillac to Reveal New ATS-V at LA Auto Show

The ATS is going high performance with a V-Series option that will be on display at the LA Auto Show in November and in showrooms in early 2015.

Kia Announces $1 billion Mexican Assembly Plant

The new plant is expected to produce several small models, including a version of the Kia Forte Koup.

Colorado Drivers Proclaimed Best in America

If you live in Fort Collins, Colorado, this is a scene that is much less familiar than if you live in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Volvo Planning at Least 9 New Models

The new 2016 XC90 is the lead-off for a broad product assault planned by Volvo through 2019. It’s been 13 years since Volvo last updated its big XC90 SUV, an interminable wait in an industry where customers are demanding faster and faster product updates.

Once-Shuttered GM Spring Hill Factory to Become Major Manufacturing Center Again

Once considered the future of the U.S. auto industry, the former Saturn plant in Spring Hill, Tennessee, is getting a $233 million makeover to build the Cadillac SRX and possibly other vehicles.

Toyota Expands Tech Center as Part of North American Reorganization

Toyota is getting as much as $8.6 million in incentives to offset the cost of a $32.5 million expansion of its tech center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Volvo Set for Downsized Powertrain Revolution

Volvo has high hopes for the 400-horsepower T8 plug-in hybrid powertrain it will offer on the XC90. The all-new XC90 SUV that made its debut this week marks the beginning of a major shift in powertrain strategy by Volvo Cars, the Swedish automaker abandoning V-6 and V-8 power in favor of more advanced 4-cylinder gas, diesel and hybrid technology.