Google names John Krafcik its self-driving car project CEO. Krafcik is an auto industry veteran and will oversee all aspects of the self-driving car project.
The Ford F-150 plant in Kansas City threatens to strike if disagreements over the contract for the local plant aren’t resolved by October 4, 2015, putting one of the company’s most important factories at risk for a work stoppage.
Jaguar announced that it is cutting list prices in the U.S. to better play in the cutthroat environment luxury car brands face to appeal to American vehicle buyers. In addition to the price cuts, Jaguar is enhancing its warranty to five years or 60,000 miles from four years/50,000 miles and offering free scheduled maintenance.
The Iconic Ford Bronco could be set for a return as soon as 2018. The new Bronco will be based on the Ford Ranger making it similar to the Ranger-based Bronco II of the late 1980s.
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Ford is showing its commitment to American manufacturing by opening a production plant in Ohio to assembly the Ford F-650 and F-750 medium-duty trucks. Previously, the assembly was done in Mexico.
Mcity is a research lab for testing out the future of automotive technology located on 32-acres at the University of Michigan.
For all the publicity surrounding Google’s self-driving car project over the years, few knew Google Auto was registered as the car companies name.
Ford Motor delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts’ expectations, based on the continued strength of North American sales, led by its popular F-150 pickup truck. China sales forecasts lowered for the remainder of 2015.