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Maker of Citroën and Peugeot cars starts US comeback with Seattle car sharing

French auto giant PSA Group, the maker of Citroën, DS, Peugeot, and now also Opel cars, is committed to a presence in the United States. But PSA isn’t rushing things. Instead, the automaker will test the waters with a car sharing app, as outlined by CEO Carlos Tavares in 2016. Called... read more

October 4, 2017 by
 
2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI

VW introduces 6-year/72,000-mile warranty

Volkswagen doesn’t quite have the same reputation for dependability as some of its rivals, an issue only worsened by the diesel scandal. The automaker is keen to change... read more October 2, 2017 by


 
2016 Volkswagen Up!

Volkswagen Group low-cost brand back on the table?

The VW Group for years has been mulling whether to launch a low-cost brand to challenge the Renault Nissan Mitsubishi Alliance’s successful Dacia brand as well as some... read more October 2, 2017 by


 
Mercedes-Benz trials on-demand drone delivery service

Mercedes tests the waters with on-demand drone delivery service

Automakers often tout “mobility services” as a potential source of future growth. It’s easy to see car- and ride-sharing services fitting in with the... read more October 2, 2017 by


 
2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV pre-production vehicles at Orion Township Assembly Plant, March 2016

Detroit's "Big 3" automakers to lose North American production crown for first time

For the first time ever, the Detroit Big Three will likely cede the North American production crown this year. A new automotive manufacturing forecast says General Motors... read more September 29, 2017 by


 
2018 Lotus Evora GT430

China’s Geely completes acquisition of Lotus

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group in May agreed to purchase 51 percent of Lotus, giving the Chinese automaker a sports car brand to sit alongside its other brands which include... read more September 29, 2017 by


 
Wolfgang Hatz

Report: Former Porsche R&D chief arrested in connection to diesel scandal

Former Porsche R&D chief Wolfgang Hatz who stepped down in the wake of the diesel scandal afflicting the Volkswagen Group has been arrested in Germany as part of an... read more September 29, 2017 by


 
Chrome exhaust pipe

California could introduce its own ban on internal combustion engine cars

The state of California is, and has been, a staunch supporter of electric cars and tight regulations aimed at curbing car emissions in order to reduce pollution. Most of its... read more September 27, 2017 by


 
Ford and Lyft partner on self-driving cars

Ford and Lyft partner on self-driving cars

Ford has partnered with ride-sharing company Lyft to help accelerate the rollout of a fully self-driving taxi service. It’s a goal a number of firms spanning the... read more September 27, 2017 by


 
James Dyson

Vacuum company Dyson plans electric car by 2020

British household appliance firm Dyson’s claim to fame may be a bagless vacuum cleaner, but in the not too distant future we may also associate the company with cars... read more September 27, 2017 by


 
Volvo XC90 production in Gothenburg, Sweden

Volvo to build next-gen XC90 in US starting from 2021

Volvo on Monday confirmed it will add XC90 production to its new plant being constructed just outside of Charleston, South Carolina. The first model to be produced at the... read more September 26, 2017 by


 
Tesla Supercharger fast-charging system for electric cars

Could Elon Musk's Tesla take on 7-Eleven next?

Charging an electric car isn't exactly the same as stopping at a local fuel station to fill up in a matter of minutes. In fact, owners of electric vehicles often wait for 20... read more September 25, 2017 by


 
2019 Volvo XC40

Why Care by Volvo could revolutionize car ownership

Automakers go to great lengths to make their cars stand out but surprisingly they do very little to make the actual ownership experience pleasant. Typically, it’s the... read more September 25, 2017 by


 
1962 Ferrari 250 GTO bearing chassis number 3387 - Image via Talacrest

What goes up must come down: classic car values dip in 2016

For the past few years, some of the most solid investments a person could make were in classic cars. From 2012 onward, the value of vintage models has skyrocketed to heights... read more September 22, 2017 by


 
Nikola One

Electric news: Bosch and Nikola team up on hydrogen semis, Camel Group invests in Rimac

Two major movements occurred this week on the alternative-propulsion front. First, Croatian firm Rimac, responsible for the insane Concept_One supercar, announced Chinese... read more September 21, 2017 by


 
2018 Ford Ecosport

Ford taps Mahindra for Indian expansion

India is often touted as the next China but apart from a similar population, currently at well over a billion people, there isn’t much else to compare. China has... read more September 20, 2017 by


 
 

 
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