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McLaren Bringing Another Car to Geneva Motor Show

McLaren put out another teaser today for its 675LT coming to the Geneva Motor Show in March. McLaren’s run the gamut in the last 12 months going from a company near its demise to now a company introducing new products.

First Drive: 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport

The 2015 Land Rover Discovery clambers out of a frigid Icelandic river crossing. Legend has it that the ancient Vikings attempted to mislead potential invaders by naming an inhospitable spit of Arctic turf Greenland.

Honda Earnings Hammered By Recalls, Weak Japan Sales

A 2002 Honda Civic. One of millions of Hondas equipped with suspect Takata airbags. Honda earnings took a sharp tumble during the most recent quarter, hammered by a variety of problems including the maker’s airbag recalls, as well as sluggish sales in its home Japanese market.

Newest Mercedes-AMG May Float Your Boat

Mercedes-AMG and Cigarette Racing are teaming up to introduce a new concept at the Miami International Boat Show next month.

Is Cuba A Hidden Trove of Classic Cars?

The rusted hulk of a Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing Coupe found in a Cuban yard. Anywhere you wander in Cuba you might feel like you’re caught in a time warp, if for no other reason than the steady stream of half century-old Chevrolets and Fords that dominate the communist country’s roads.

Ford, GM Implement Expansion Plans in China

Shanghai GM invested more than $1 billion in a new plant in China's Hubei province and expanded other facilities in the country.

Millennials’ Purchasing Power Reshaping Auto Industry

Millennials are starting to buy more new cars, after all, and have increased purchasing power. It’s often said that Millennials have a very different view of the automobile – and a new study suggests they are gaining the purchasing power to reshape the auto industry into their own image.

Ford Profit Sharing Checks Drop to Average of $6,900

Ford's hourly workforce will see their profit-sharing checks drop by nearly $2,000 this year. Ford Motor Co.

Ford Takes Q4 Hit Due to F-Series Changeover

Ford reported pre-tax profits of more than $6 billion for 2014 led largely by North America. Ford Motor Co.’s profits cratered during the fourth quarter as moved through the changeover of the company’s popular full-size pickup truck, dropping from 75 cents per share in the same period in 2013 to a single penny per share in the final three months of 2014.

British Millionaire Buys Holy Trinity of Hybrid Supercars

One person has purchased all three of the "holy trinity" of hybrid super cars, starting with the McLaren P1.

New Vehicle Designs Make Zero Highway Deaths a Real Possibility

The 2011 Honda Odyssey was one of nine models to experience no fatalities during the study period. The highway death toll has been plunging rapidly in recent years, and safety experts are crediting a number of factors, including improved roadways and a crackdown on drunk driving.

GM Declines to Extend Compensation Fund Deadline

General Motors does plan to extend the deadline to file for benefits from its victims compensation fund.

Fiat Chrysler May be Back in the Big Game After All

Chrysler is likely to return with more long-form spots like this Emimem "Made in Detroit" ad. There’s a decided downturn in the number of automakers planning to pitch their wares during the coming weekend’s Super Bowl XLIX.

Nissan, Ford Recalling Nearly 1 Million Vehicles

Nissan is recalling 2013 Nissan Rogues due to an electrical problem. Nissan and Ford are recalling nearly 1 million vehicles for problems involving faulty hood latches, door springs, electrical issues and seatbelts.

Chrysler Acquisition Hammers FCA Earnings

FCA Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne's acquisition of Chrysler carried a high cost last year. When it comes to the American half of its newly merged company, investors will have to decide whether the glass is half empty for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.

Mercedes-Benz Taps AM General to Build R-Class SUV

Mercedes-Benz is shifting R-Class production to AM General's plant in northern Indiana. Mercedes-Benz U.S.

Aston Martin Gets Cash Infusion

Aston offered a hint of its future design direction with the DB10 concept it created for the new 007 film.

Audi Heading Offroad With TT

Audi's TT Offroad concept appears to be moving from idea to product in time for the 2017 model line-up.

Winter Storm Blasting East Coast May Temper Auto Sales

Driving a Cadillac Escalade may be the only way shoppers on the East Coast could go out and buy a new car at the end of the month.

GM Ignition Switch Death Toll Hits 50

Kenneth Feinberg, administrator fo GM's victims compensation fund, approved another round of benefits for victims.