2013 ended with Ford earning $8.8 billion pre-tax with the largest market being North America.
2014 300C limited edition model has been announced by Chrysler.
Porsche has prepared something exciting for car fans to witness its new model’s debut in Geneva. Especially for the show the vehicle obtained a body kit of carbon and stylish front spoiler.
Cadillac is planning to attract new buyers by making a free installation of 240-volt charging station available to its current ELR clients.
Tesla Model S offers the drivers to charge their cars for free on the way from New York to Los Angeles.
The long-wheelbase modification of Cadillac’s sedan will be named ATS-L and sold exclusively in China.
740Ld xDrive from BMW is about to be introduced in the US.
Production version of new S65 AMG Coupe will debut in Geneva.
Recent reports indicate that Volkswagen is planning to make an unveiling of the new Polo concept in Geneva.
Rumour has it that Audi is about to present its S3 Plus which allegedly boasts a turbocharged engine for 2.0 litres producing 375 hp and torque of 369 lb-ft.
Subaru has unveiled the new version of driver assistance device called EyeSight. It features cameras able to deliver a coloured image with prolonged signal and wider field of view.
Volkswagen reports about the launch of its new concept in Beijing.
This year Altitude range from Jeep will be richer than ever with five models in the lineup due to special editions of most popular variants.
North American customers will probably not see Smart ForFour in local dealerships, but the USA was not the part of the marketing plan from the very beginning.
Land Rover is currently making the name “Landy”, which is a potential name for the future SUV, official.
Mercedes is aspiring to market a new edition of C-Class AMG Sport in the UK.
Last year brought Ford the second place in the annual U.S. Top Buzz rating.
A car enthusiast became the happy owner of this year’s first production model of Mustang GT 2015 in Arizona car auction.
Nissan has informed that its electric Leaf has crossed the 100,000th sales line.
The local government of the second largest city of Germany plans to phase out cars from the city centre during the next two decades.