For the first time since 1982, Buick is featured on the cover of Motor Trend magazine. With an accompanying headline that reads, “Buick is Back!” The publication’s April 2010 issue features photos of the Buick LaCrosse, Regal Turbo and Regal GS Concept and touts the growing momentum behind Buick.
Organizers of the Winter Olympics are at the forefront of “green technology.” Fuel cell manufacturer Ballard Power Systems is located in Vancouver, B.C., which is also home to the northern terminus of the Hydrogen Highway running up North America’s West Coast.
Timothy Richman will be featured in several commercials for Cars.com during the 2010 Super Bowl. He’ll be the poster boy played by several actors in … Read more
The turbulent times for Toyota Motor Corp. now include problems with the most world’s most popular hybrid — the Toyota Prius. Toyota has received more … Read more
A 1963 Ferrari GTO, arguably one of the world’s most coveted cars, is now being offered for private treaty sale by RM Auctions in London, England. The 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO (chassis no. 4675 GT) is one of only 36 250 GTOs originally produced and one of a limited few with Series II GTO bodywork.
Ray LaHood, the U.S. Transportation Secretary, has quickly amended a statement he made advising owners to stop driving the eight models of recently recalled Toyota cars. LaHood’s words came in the quick aftermath of the embattled Japanese manufacturer facing new concerns about its Toyota Prius.
Sean P. Diddy Combs recently attracted a lot of attention when he gave his son a new Lamborghini valued at $360,000 for his 16th birthday. … Read more
Jim Lentz, Toyota’s president and COO sales, continued his national media blitz with a visit to Fox Business Network. Lentz detailed to the network that resolving the pedal acceleration issue will be “measured in months not weeks” and non-recalled models are “doing quite well.”
Jim Lentz, president and CEO of Toyota, U.S.A., has gone into stealth mode. Appearing on national television news shows to Internet video posts, Lentz is … Read more
Toyota Motor Co., has announced it has developed the way to repair faulty gas pedals in millions of recalled vehicles and has begun shipping new parts to dealers to fix millions of affected cars. The repair includes reinforcing the pedal assembly to eliminate the excess friction that caused pedals to stick.