Automotive News

Oldest Rolls-Royce Up On The Block

Oldest Rolls-Royce Up On The Block

6 August 2007 - San Francisco - Bonhams is pleased to announce the consignment of the oldest existing Rolls-Royce in the world, a 10-horsepower, two-seater built in 1904 - the very year Rolls-Royce Motor Cars was founded.

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August 8, 2007
All-New Mazda6 To Debut At Frankfurt Motor Show

All-New Mazda6 To Debut At Frankfurt Motor Show

HIROSHIMA, Japan -- Mazda Motor Corporation will showcase the world premiere of the all-new Mazda6 (known as the all-new Mazda Atenza in Japan) at the 62nd annual Frankfurt Motor Show to be held from Tuesday, September 11 through Sunday, September 23, 2007.The Frankfurt Motor Show press days are Sep

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August 7, 2007
Chinese Automakers Shanghai, Nanjing Looking To Merge

Chinese Automakers Shanghai, Nanjing Looking To Merge

The People's Republic of China, commonly called Red China, is looking more like a capitalist country than a communist one.Witness the latest that emphasizes the point.

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August 7, 2007
Nissan NV100 Concept Puts Your Office On Wheels

Nissan NV100 Concept Puts Your Office On Wheels

It isn't very often when a vehicle manufacturer comes up with a concept van that has a most unique feature never seen before.

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August 7, 2007
Chrysler Resurrects Pentastar Symbol To Light New Era

Chrysler Resurrects Pentastar Symbol To Light New Era

Auburn Hills, Mich., Aug 6, 2007 - The Pentastar, which for decades symbolized Chrysler Corporation, is back as the corporate mark for The New Chrysler.After a nine-year hiatus, the five-pointed star within a pentagram returns with a bold, three-dimensional update."Having the Pentastar back --

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August 7, 2007
Mercedes-Benz To Use C-Class For Canadian Luxury Entry

Mercedes-Benz To Use C-Class For Canadian Luxury Entry

The Vancouver Sun reports that its luxury entry-level sedan market is doing pretty good business.

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August 7, 2007
Georgia, Other U.S. States Aim For Biofuel Leadership

Georgia, Other U.S. States Aim For Biofuel Leadership

The midwest of the United States is known as this country's 'breadbasket' because of the abundance of farms located in the region.

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August 7, 2007
UAW Say 'Not This Time' To Accusations

UAW Say 'Not This Time' To Accusations

Pundits are beginning to say that it is not necessary the union that has placed the Detroit Three into the predicament they now find themselves.Doron Levin of Bloomberg points out that, yes, while it is true that there are wage, healthcare, and retirement benefits that weigh heavily on the automaker

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August 7, 2007
Ford Cruise Control Recall Affects Over 3 Million Vehicles

Ford Cruise Control Recall Affects Over 3 Million Vehicles

Last week, Ford Motor Co.

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August 7, 2007
Toyota Workers Continue To Grumble, Eye Unions

Toyota Workers Continue To Grumble, Eye Unions

What's that old phrase?

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August 7, 2007