LONDON (AFP) - Lotus have set their sights on a top-three finish in this year's Formula One (F1) world championship after becoming the first team to unveil their car for the forthcoming campaign.
DETROIT, Michigan (AFP) - Stand-out styling, performance and luxury dominated the Detroit auto show on Monday as carmakers jostled for position amid booming sales and renewed optimism after a deep downturn.
DETROIT (REUTERS) - General Motors Co (GM) will add 400 dealers in China this year as it looks to keep growing faster than China's overall automotive industry, which is expected to grow by 8 per cent this year, the automaker's top executive in that country said on Monday.
LAS VEGAS (AFP) - Automakers and technology firms are jumping on the bandwagon of the driverless car, which remains a concept as well as a platform for new technologies to improve safety on the road.
(REUTERS) - A United States (US) bankruptcy judge could soon rule on whether the 2009 government-led restructuring of General Motors Co (GM) improperly favoured hedge funds, and an adverse ruling could cost the automaker nearly US$1 billion (S$1.22 billion).
(REUTERS) - Toyota Motor Corp will keep its global output target for 2013 nearly unchanged from this year at 9.9 million vehicles despite a production cut at home, the Nikkei reported.
LOS ANGELES (REUTERS) - Ford Motor Co, the second-largest United States (US) automaker, will upgrade its touch-screen entertainment and navigation system beginning next month as well as extend the warranty on the software by two years, a top executive said on Wednesday.
(REUTERS) - Fiat and Mini, two brands that finished at or near the bottom of JD Power's annual survey of vehicle quality, were among the highest-rated in the firm's recent study of United States (US) car dealers and the retail experience.
(REUTERS) - General Motors Co and its Chinese joint-venture partners said on Wednesday they plan to build a US$1 billion (S$1.23 billion) auto assembly plant in the city of Chongqing as the GM group bids to remain the leader in the world's largest auto market.
TOKYO (AFP) - Japan's Toyota group said on Saturday that it will invest about 13 trillion rupiah (S$1.7 billion) over the next five years in expanding its vehicle production in Indonesia.