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Rolls-Royce is stockpiling parts as Brexit chaos threatens 'national crisis'

Businesses are sending a clear message to UK politicians: Stop messing around. Companies and industry groups in Britain issued strident warnings against further political turmoil Wednesday after a challenge to Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership threatened to tip the country ...

Dale Earnhardt Jr. to Pace 2019 Daytona 500 in All-New Chevrolet Silverado

Dale Earnhardt Jr. will find himself in a very familiar place at the 2019 Daytona 500: at the front of the pack. Earnhardt Jr., a two-time Daytona 500 winner, will drive the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado pace truck to lead the ...

Nissan to sell limited edition sports car for $1.1 million

The Nissan GT-R sports car is already expensive, with a starting price of about $100,000. But, for those who want something truly special, Nissan has announced it will make production versions of the Nissan GT-R50, a radically different looking GT-R ...

GM's restructuring was tough. Ford's could be even harder

General Motors has already announced plant closings and big job cuts. Ford could be next. Ford (F) said this summer that it was planning to radically reshape its business, and could close or scale back unprofitable operations in some regions. ...

Trump touts new US BMW factory. But that's not happening

BMW is considering building a second plant in the United States. President Donald Trump is heralding that as proof his trade policies are creating American manufacturing jobs, but BMW says its plans date back years and remain uncertain.

Without GM, Lordstown, Ohio, will never be the same

When the first Chevrolet Impala sedan rolled off the line at General Motors' plant in Lordstown, Ohio, on April 28, 1966, Lyndon Johnson was president. Anti-Vietnam War protests were gaining strength. The Beatles were just months away from playing their ...

GM job cuts: This is what transforming a century-old company looks like

Mary Barra is on a mission to ensure General Motors doesn't get left behind in the evolving auto industry that it helped pioneer.

GM will no longer make these 6 cars

General Motors will end production of six sedans by the end of 2019.

GM is reinventing itself. It's cutting 15% of its salaried workers and shutting 5 plants in North America

General Motors on Monday announced a major restructuring of its global business, saying it will shut production at five facilities in North America and slash its staff. GM will reduce its salaried workforce by 15%, including a quarter of the ...

6 Steps to Safer Winter Driving

The winter season is typically one of the busiest times of the year for travelers. While millions prepare to hit the road to visit family and see sights they may never have seen before, there’s one essential travel tip that ...

TOYOTA GAZOO Racing to debut new Racing Australia team

A Japanese motorsport institution is hoping to make waves in Australia, thanks to a talented pair of siblings.

AboutThatCar.com: 2019 Hyundai Veloster N

We came here to test drive the next step in Hyundai’s future, the 2019 Veloster N. As one executive said, “it is a racing car that we’re trying to sell to the public.”

Consumer Reports: Honda CR-Vs plagued by engine trouble

The Honda CR-V, one of the most popular vehicles in America, is plagued by a potentially dangerous engine problem that could cause the small SUVs to lose power or even stall, according to Consumer Reports magazine.

Honda Joins with Cruise and General Motors to Build New Autonomous Vehicle

Cruise and General Motors Co. announced that they have joined forces with Honda to pursue the shared goal of transforming mobility through the large-scale deployment of autonomous vehicle technology.

GM Delivered Nearly 700,000 Vehicles and Record Average Transaction Prices in the Third Quarter

General Motors Co. (NYSE: GM) dealers delivered 694,638 vehicles in the third quarter of 2018 in the United States, with average transaction prices (ATPs) rising about $700 per unit year over year to a new third quarter record of $35,974.

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