President Donald Trump appears to be succeeding in getting companies to invest more in the United States. Toyota will invest millions of dollars in the country, but it is not clear what will happen to its Mexico plans.
With the upcoming comeback of 2017 Land Rover Discovery, we will have the first sneak peek for its alluring new features both inside and outside. Find out 2017 Land Rover Discovery’s release date, specs and first impression.
Toyota has recently announced that automatic braking will be standard on nearly all its car and truck models by 2017. This is five years ahead of the Sept. 1, 2022 deadline the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave to all U.S. carmakers.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced Thursday it has reached an agreement with various carmakers to make automatic braking standard for cars by 2022. Nearly all light trucks are also included in the said agreement.
Ford will soon reveal its latest creation – a police car fitted with doors that can stop armor-piercing bullets. If the car maker fulfills its promise, this will be the first car in the world with such impenetrable capacity.
Amid the controversy that hit Volkswagen, the company continues to thrive despite the state of turmoil it is currently in. Not surprising, though, is the fact that the recent scandal has pressured the company to suspend employees and pass the Chief Executive position to another person.
Volkswagen made an announcement that it’s proposing to extend CEO Martin Winterkorn’s contract to Dec. 31, 2018. The company aims to make it to the number 1 spot of car manufacturing, and believes that his leadership paves the way. When the contact expires, he will be too old for the post that’s why names — potential candidates as CEOs — have surfaced.
Volkswagen's (VOWG_p.DE) Audi luxury division said on Friday sales increased 2.5 percent in April to 152,850 cars and sport-utility vehicles, the highest-ever level recorded for any month in the carmaker's history.
PSA Peugeot Citroën, Europe's second largest carmaker, and computer services supplier IBM, said on Wednesday they agreed to a partnership deal for connected car services that go beyond current navigation and infotainment offerings.
Volvo Cars will invest $500 million in its first U.S. assembly plant under plans announced on Monday, plugging a longstanding gap in the Swedish carmaker's manufacturing base as it pursues a global comeback under Chinese ownership.