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Auto Sales Soar – But So Does Auto Loan Debt

Sub-prime lending has sharply increased - though it remains lower than before the recession. Car sales may be soaring to their highest levels since the depths of the recession but, in the process, U.S.

Honda Taking Six Specially Fitted Cars to SEMA Show

Six 2015 Honda Fits will be customized for the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas and the projects will be tracked on Tumblr.

Feds Unveil Online Recall Info Tool

Anyone seeking vehicle recall information, can now go to the NHTSA's or manufacturer's website, like GM's, and enter the VIN to get the information.

Hondas Top the Most Stolen Vehicle List in 2013

The 1994 Honda Accord is still popular among car thieves. It topped the 2013 list of most stolen vehicles.

GM’s Reuss Confims Cadillac’s Plans for Flagship Sedan

The Cadillac Elmiraj concept is expected to have a strong influence on the new flagship, though it will go with a sedan body style.

Ford Heeds Call for Right-Hand Drive Mustang

Ford will being selling right-hand drive Mustangs next year in selected markets. Ford Motor Co. has been churning out Mustangs continuously for a half century half a century now.

Millennials Move from Cars to SUVs – Just Like Their Parents

Ford's Explorer is one of its more popular models with Gen Y as Millennials turn away from compact cars.

Russia Ready to Retaliate – and Automakers Could Take a Big Hit

A worker on the AvtoVAZ assembly line in Togliatti, Russia, a plant now run by Renault-Nissan. Slammed by sanction for its role in the Ukranian revolt, Russia is warning it may tighten retaliatory sanctions against the West by banning automotive imports.

Infiniti Prepping Flagship Concept for Paris Motor Show

Infiniti offers a tease of a concept coming to Paris. The cryptic statement reveals little beyond suggesting that Infiniti has something big coming.

Another Saab Story: New Owners Narrowly Sidestep New Bankruptcy.

NEVS was able to restart the Saab plant for only a matter of months, producing about 6 cars daily. It might seem like a comedy routine if it weren’t so deadly serious; the company that bought filed Swedish automaker Saab out of bankruptcy itself averted its own financial collapse this past week and is now frantically seeking a new partner to keep the operation going.

Feds Mull New Rules to Make Cars Talk to Each Other

Collision avoidance systems improve safety for individual vehicles, but potential new rules might use similar technology to make roads safer for all.

Marchionne Puts Bigland in Charge of Alfa Romeo

Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne put Reid Bigland, right, in charge of Alfa Romeo today. Sergio Marchionne has been telling everyone who will listen for several months now that he’s serious about Alfa Romeo’s success.

GM Drops to Number Four

GM isn't the behemoth it used to be: it's fallen to fourth in revenue through the first half of 2014.

Continental Ups the Autonomous Car Ante

Continental hired former Google exec, Seval Oz, to oversee its new intelligent transportation systems company in Silicon Valley.

Cadillac Working on Possible CLA, A3 Fighter

The ATS may not be Cadillac's smallest offering in the near future. The company is contemplating a Audi A3/Mercedes-Benz CLA fighter.

No Fast Cash from Porsche, Appeals Court Rules

Hedge funds lost another round in court over a suit stemming from Porsche's attempted takeover of Volkswagen, which saw Wolfgang Porsche, left, and Ferdinand Piech, chairman of VW, on the same team, but with VW in charge.

Renovo Reveals 500-hp Electric SuperCar

The Renovo Coupe can launch from 0 to 60 in just 3.4 seconds thanks to its 500-hp drivetrain. It may, at first glance, look like a Shelby American, and your eyes wouldn’t be deceiving you.

Cruising Down Memory Lane

A "flamed" hot rod, one of from 40,000 to 60,000 classic muscle cars, hot rods, sports cars and other collectibles expected at the Woodward Dream Cruise.

GM Plows $2.9 Billion into Brazil for Sales Rebound

Brazilian President Dilma Roussef, left, and GM CEO Mary Barra are all smiles after Barra announced the maker was investing $2.9 billion there.

Affordable Hydrogen Could Send Sales of Fuel-Cell Vehicles Soaring

U-C Davis Prof. Joan Ogden shown going for a drive in a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle. “Hydrogen is the fuel of the future,” goes the adage among automotive and environmental researchers, “and it always will be.” Back around the turn of the Millennium, its time seemed to come, only to fall out of favor once again, as battery-power gained traction – and R&D dollars.