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Ford is swatting away reports that its $11 billion restructuring could include 25,000 lost jobs, far exceeding the numbers that General Motors announced last week as part of a wave of production shutdowns at plants in North America. The job-cut figure emerged in a research note to investors on Monday from Morgan Stanley analyst Adam
Audi tipped its hand before it even officially debuted the E-Tron GT Concept at the L.A. Auto Show. In a private event the night ahead of the first media day, Audi brought in Robert Downey Jr. to pull the curtain on the new electric four-door coupe. Now we know why. In an email exchange, an
WASHINGTON — Volkswagen’s chief executive said on Tuesday after a meeting at the White House that the German automaker was building an alliance with Ford and might use the U.S. automaker’s plants to build cars. VW CEO Herbert Diess said the company was also “considering building a second car plant,” adding, “We are in quite
Having seen the new 2020 Chevy Silverado HD, we can’t really help thinking about truck design. That grille is so large it will dominate your brain activity. This took us down all sorts of paths, but the one we felt that was worth sharing was the design history of Chevy’s heavy duty trucks. Particularly as
Way back in the late 1990s when Saab was still a functioning carmaker, one of the things advertised about the then-new 9-5 Wagon was that the trunkspace floor had aircraft-inspired cargo securing tracks. Far handier than just a couple of metal hoops hidden in there somewhere, surely? A couple of decades later, we giddily await