Penske's bid to buy Saturn from GM fell apart Thursday, ending a grand experiment in American automaking.
For many of the 41 million Americans who rely on light trucks, new efficiency isn't worth the higher upfront cost.
Sergio Marchionne, a jazz-loving Italian businessman who helped turn around the Italian carmaker, is poised to be the next CEO of Chrysler.
Electric cars could sell battery power back to the grid in an emerging plan called V2G – ‘vehicle to grid.’
At least nine major car companies promise plug-in vehicles by 2013.
Long dependent on auto manufacturing, the state and its cities are bracing for even deeper budget cuts.
Workers and residents worry that one of the Big Three might not make it.
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