Shelby American is apparently pretty busy these days, as the company is unleashing a 50th Anniversary edition of the 427 Cobra to go with their Super Snake Mustangs. The number to be produced will be very limited, as just 50 will be built and they will be taking orders very soon. It was 50 years Read on! →


At a Campaign 2012 stop before members of United Auto Workers in Toledo, Ohio, on Thursday, Vice President Joe Biden called out Mitt Romney and the Republican Party over failure to support the auto bailouts. The Detroit Free Press reports that Biden went on to cast President Obama as an advocate of middle-class America, while Read on! →


The automotive bailout may have prevented the “too big to fail” companies from imploding financially, but that doesn’t mean that their financials are on Easy Street. The Ford Motor Company did better than most automakers, but not without Executive Chairman Bill Ford imposing a five-year pay freeze upon himself beginning in 2005. The moratorium was Read on! →


The Big Three domestic automakers have been desperate to recapture the market share from foreign auto firms. Since the recession began, all three firms have been trying to boost the bottom line and get more people buying American again. The auto rebate offered by the government for buying more fuel efficient vehicles helped. General Motors Read on! →


A new postal truck is being sought by the United States Postal Service. The previous model, the Grumman LLV, is well past it’s sell-by date and a new car is being looked into. Grumman LLV to be retired as standard postal truck The current postal truck, the Grumman LLV, is being eyed for delivery into Read on! →


Business rental vehicles are a vital part of everyday commerce in the U.S., and General Motors believes that this is more than enough reason to simplify the rental process. The Detroit News reports that 6 million GM OnStar subscribers will soon be able to rent GM vehicles through the San Francisco-based car sharing business RelayRides. Read on! →


A recent media statement issued by Nissan Vice President Andy Palmer has exposed a cyber crime ring that could have led to the theft of customer and employee data. Technicians have determined that no sensitive data was accessed, but Nissan’s system security was compromised. Malware was discovered April 13 on Nissan’s master network. Hacking employees’ Read on! →


September auto sales are up from a year ago. September of 2009 had dismal sales figures. Just like home sales slumping after the expiration of the tax credit, the end of Cash for Clunkers saw car sales drop off slightly. However, modest gains have been realized since that time. However, September sales were only a Read on! →


As America shifts increasingly toward electric vehicles and efficiency standards that require that all vehicles to achieve 35 mpg or better, there may be a hidden peril lurking for the Interstate Highway System. As Keith Crain points out in a recent op-ed piece for Automotive News, the funding mechanism for building and maintaining the IHS Read on! →


If you believe economic expert Peter Schiff, the U.S. economy is going to collapse again on Aug. 1, an economic collapse “worse than 2008,” reports Money Morning. There are numerous signs of economic growth that would seem to contradict Schiff’s prophecy, but tell that to some businesses related to the auto industry who are seeing Read on! →