Wednesday was a day of revelation for Chevrolet, reports the Detroit Free Press. The 2013 Chevrolet Traverse, 2013 Chevrolet Spark and 2013 Sonic RS made debuts before the automotive press, and a new navigation app called GoGoLink – which will first appear on the 2013 Chevy Spark and Sonic RS later this year – was Read on! →


Toyota has made a move in the Canadian market that will create jobs, reports CBC News. Hundreds of jobs will be created as Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. expands its Canadian presence. Increased Toyota RAV4 assembly at a plant in Woodstock, Ont., will require a significantly expanded workforce to meet production goals. Toyota to increase Read on! →


There is a growing campaign among car lovers to “Save The Manuals,” spearheaded by Eddie Alterman, the editor for Car and Driver magazine. The idea is to keep the manual transmission alive and there are some good reasons to do so. The eternal debate Some things are eternally up for debate among enthusiasts, such as Read on! →


Once-faltering Ford Motors picked itself up by its bootstraps and reinvented itself in 2006. The center of that push seems to be in developing and implemented new technologies to lower fuel consumption. Wednesday, the nation’s second largest automaker said it will now be devoting one of its largest laboratories to the effort. Ford rallies to Read on! →


The Hyundai Equus seems to be the luxury sedan that people never look at. However, Hyundai has sold more of them than the company expected, so it has been decided the car is going to receive a bonus in the form of a bigger V-8. Other sales prize was steak knives Unbenownst to many, Hyundai Read on! →


This is an exciting time for gear heads with a taste for innovation. New concepts and technologies seem to appear almost on a daily basis. But with innovation come more choices. Consumers can choose from gasoline engines, electric engines or their offspring, the hybrid. A new concept from a Romanian design team could relieve that Read on! →


Honda’s manufacturing plant in Ayutthaya, Thailand, went back into operation on Monday. The re-opening comes after nearly half a year of being shut down because of the devastating floods that shook the Asian nation in the fall. Honda says 260,000 cars lost Thailand was a victim of terrible flooding last October. The natural disaster put Read on! →


Originality is a term that is typically bandied about in moderation when it comes to the automotive industry. Witness the “re-badging” of the Chrysler 200 convertible, notes the Detroit Free Press. In June, the latest in the line will roll out in Italy, Germany, France, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Austria and Sweden – as the Lancia Read on! →


General Motors has announced a recall for large vehicles, notably large passenger vans and SUVs, across several of its brands. The recall is due to late models having a manufacturing defect in the power steering system. Second SUV recall this month General Motors, according to AutoBlog, has just announced a recall of select models of Read on! →