The fight for dominance in the public service vehicle segment is on. Monday Chrysler introduced its new Dodge Durango Special Service SUV. The model, fitted to meet the needs of emergency services and law enforcement, is designed to compete directly with the Ford Police Interceptor Utility, based on the 2012 Explorer, and the Chevy Tahoe Read on! →


Chevy Volt reviews are beginning to come out. There is mixed sentiment about the car. The Chevy Volt is the first entry by General Motors into the hybrid and electric car field. It has been hotly anticipated. Critics contend that the car is too reliant on its gas engine to truly compete with other hybrids. Read on! →


According to reports from Ward’s Auto, Ford and Toyota have already started work on a collaboration to build a hybrid version of the popular F-150 pickup truck. Ford and Toyota share the drawing board The Ford, Toyota collaboration could give GM a run for its money, should the Silverado 1500 Hybrid pickup continue on to Read on! →


The Detroit News reports that a large North American automotive parts supplier plans to invest $60 million and add 450 jobs as it acquires the New Boston Chrysler Mopar site in Wayne County, Mich. The jobs will be new, full-time engineering and manufacturing positions that the challenged Michigan economy badly needs. Improving the supply chain Read on! →


Hyundai has finally unveiled the details, including the price, on the hot-hatch version of its subcompact three-door, the Veloster. The Veloster Turbo, as it is called, can get almost 40 miles per gallon and packs 201 horsepower for under $23,000. The furious frog Hot hatchbacks are fantastic. They allow the driver to be responsible, by Read on! →


Great deals await savvy buyers If you appreciate quality and dependability in a car but don’t want the stress of a huge car payment every month for years on end, a used car may be the answer. New cars are fun and exciting to own and drive, but plenty of people have other priorities and Read on! →


General Motors gave Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga a Corvette following his near-perfect game. The 2010 Chevrolet Corvette convertible is worth $53,000, but Crain’s Detroit Business reports that the media exposure the gesture brought to GM was worth approximately $9 million. A non-contracted study by research group Joyce Julius & Associates Inc. tracked the exposure Read on! →


A video was recently posted to YouTube showing a Bugatti Veyron hitting 225 miles per hour on public roads in Arizona. Police in the state are fuming, as the driver in the viral video has thumbed his nose at the law in $1.7 million supercar. Seven speeds A recently posted video which has since gone Read on! →


A jury in Alabama awarded an Iranian-born car dealer $7.5 million on Tuesday. Shawn Esfahani won the damages in a lawsuit against a competitor in Florida who he says painted him to be a terrorist. Originally asked for $28 million Esfahani, who owns Eastern Shore Toyota in Daphne, Ala., originally asked for $28 million in Read on! →


After an operating loss of $665 million last year, Ford automaker has announced first-quarter earnings of $2.1 billion in 2010. The only automaker to not take government money, Ford is still working on paying off borrowed money. Three of the top 10 sellers in the United States in 2010 were Ford vehicles. Ford is No. Read on! →