May 30, 2024
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The Fuel-Efficient Car Models Dominating 2023’s Market

In recent years, fuel efficiency has become a paramount concern in the automotive industry. Factors such as environmental sustainability, rising fuel prices, and shifting consumer preferences have contributed to the growing importance of fuel efficiency. Environmental concerns, particularly regarding climate change and air pollution, have pushed automakers to prioritize fuel efficiency in their vehicle designs.

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Solar Storms Could be A Problem for Autonomous Vehicles that Use GPS

Without a doubt, most of us believe that autonomous vehicles are the future of the automotive industry. In theory these vehicles will cause fewer accidents, creating a much safer driving environment. With these ideas, there don’t seem to be any negative aspects regarding these particular cars. Unfortunately, scientists might have discovered quite a big issue

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Booth Babes to Become a Rarity during Car Shows

Something you most likely encountered when visiting any car expo is the number of young ladies intentionally placed around the shown cars. The booth babes, as they are called, will become a thing of the past, as it was shown that using ladies to promote vehicles could be interpreted as a degrading attitude towards women.

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Pontiac

Pontiac is dead, but customers keep it alive

Here’s the manufacturer story we didn’t think we’d hear about, it’s GM’s very own Pontiac. A brand that was killed off by the General Motors cutback that came to life after the automotive industry’s recent fallback still has a burning spirit.

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Toyota

Toyota’s electronics not responsible for massive recall

I hate Toyota’s attitude with the unintended acceleration recall and no matter what comes about, that’s not going to change very soon. Something was in the running, the NHTSA’s 10 month long safety probe could have had the answer to why the unintended acceleration happened and may have cleared the Japanese.

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BMW

2012 BMW 6 Series will be revealed in Shanghai

Or at least that’s what we’ve been hearing in several reports of the automotive industry lately. The latest, and most thought out (ideally) comes from the Dutch division of AutoWeek and they reckon the 2012 BMW 6 Series will be revealed in April at the Shanghai Motor Show.

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Toyota

Toyota’s still full of money

Over the past year we’ve seen and heard a lot about how Toyota has spent millions and millions of dollars with their massive recall. We’ve also heard how the Japanese have even payed fines and penalties worth several more millions and now we find the whole thing hasn’t really affected them.

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Fisker

Department of Energy will loan Fisker 529 million dollars

Fisker Automotive will receive a loan totaling 529 million dollars from the U.S. Department of Energy for the development of tow plug-in hybrid electric-vehicles. This loan will provide Fisker with the resources needed to produce the Karma plug-in hybrid sedan and a line of family oriented models being developed under the company’s Project NINA program.

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Bob Lutz’s retirement to be permanent this time

The 1st of May 2010 is when Bob Lutz is scheduled to retire from the position he occupies at General Motors as Vice Chairman. His retirement is set to be a permanent one and is anticipated to be very hard on the man who has been in this business since 1963. Lutz has already retired

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Ford

China Vehicles sales explode

China’s economic boom is continuing and may have altogether been fueled by crisis of the automotive industry everywhere else. While very few companies have managed to keep previous sales figures and even fewer have managed to increase it, last month, according to China Association of Automobile Manufacturers retail figures were off the charts. Car sales

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