Mitsubishi rigged a new Outlander for remote operation via the internet – expect to see this catch on.
GE’s WattStation helps give us a glimpse into the future of an electrical auto infrastructure years before it will actually arrive.
Domestic manufacturers are feeling pressure to tout their USA-cred, but does it make sense?
The Indian carmaker will be more like Hyundai than Yugo; here’s what it means for the bottom of the American market.
Toyota’s decision to halt sales of the Lexus GX 460 shows the power of the Consumer Reports brand.
Hummer’s H3 model is enjoying success in Japan as a “green” vehicle. Go figure.
BMW’s new “Joy” campaign seems a bit down-market for the lux German brand.
The world’s number one automaker has gone to extraordinary lengths to protect its most valuable asset – its reputation.
Unheard of 1.9% financing is a bad deal for the Porsche brand.
1. There is little doubt the “Cash for Clunkers” generated intense activity and excitement, running out of money in the space of one week.
2. However, the real-dollar impact on the auto industry (or on any other tangible measure you like) of the program is modest at best.
3. The true impact is psychological, working quite efficiently to change the public outlook.