May 4, 2015
- General Motors is seriously considering aluminum bodies for its future vehicles and has actually invested close to $800 million in three Michigan plants to make the plan a reality.
- As "Mad Men" brings its epic look back at agency life in the 60s and 70s to a close, we asked today's agency leaders what "Mad Men" would look like if it were set in the future -- specifically 10 years from now.Martin Sorrell, CEO, WPP GroupIn 2025 the (fabulously entertaining) world described by "Mad Men" will probably seem even more remote, anachronistic and misogynistic. We'll no longer define "creativity" in the limited sense of just art and copy, and technology, data and content will be so...
May 1, 2015
April 29, 2015
The first year of subscription to Onstar will be freeVauxhall's Onstar system will be rolled out across its model range later this year, bringing internet connectivity and new safety and security features Vauxhall will begin converting its new and future models into 4G mobile hotspots when it launches its Onstar connectivity system in selected models this year.The system will be either optional or standard across Vauxhall’s range within...
April 28, 2015
- Holden confident first Euro-sourced pioneer vehicles will trounce Opel sales
The new Lotus crossover will follow tradition by having a name beginning with 'E'Radical sports crossover will launch in 2019 to take on Porsche's Macan, and will be built in China A revolutionary Lotus five-door crossover is being developed at top speed at the company’s Hethel design studios.It is described by CEO Jean-Marc Gales as “a real Lotus” and “the world’s first lightweight SUV” and will be made in an all-new Lotus factory in...
April 24, 2015
- The strength of the U.S. and China economies has helped companies like General Motors offset weakness in others parts of the world, but growing pricing pressure in those lucrative markets could be a warning sign for future profits.
April 22, 2015
- Just as Cadillac embraces an all-new set of alphanumeric naming schemes, Lincoln is deciding that proper names may be better after all. Ford President of the Americas Joe Hinrichs told reporters attending an industry breakfast hosted by Detroit law firm Dawda Mann that his company was “very excited about the Continental name and the attention […] The post Lincoln Turning To Proper Names For Future Models appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
April 21, 2015
- Do you dig Chevrolet's latest take on future transport?