FROM US NEWS: With unemployment rates in Alabama at an all-time high, Toyota-Mazda’s announcement to bring over 300 jobs with their new $115 million plant couldn’t have come at a better time.
FROM REUTERS: Nissan is aiming to score a spot among the top 3 automakers. Their plan to get there? Focusing on selling electric vehicles in China.
FROM CNBC: GM started 2018 off strong as they continue to outperform expectations – now entering the 11th straight quarter they have beaten the consensus.
FROM FORTUNE: Red light traffic cameras, meet your match: Ford is reportedly developing an autonomous police car capable of detecting traffic violations, capturing license plates, pursuing vehicles, and even communicating with drivers.
FROM THE VERGE: From Mercedes’ open-air G Wagon to Ferrari’s battery-electric supercar, the 2018 Detroit Auto Show delivered a handful of exciting new reveals – as well as some quirky additions to the market.
FROM USA TODAY: Go big or go home: amid cheap gas prices and consumer preferences for spacious interiors, brands such as Audi, VW, and Toyota recently unveiled roomier models to meet demand. Buyers are ready to upgrade, will your strategies…
FROM REUTERS – Though most automakers including Fiat Chrysler and GM reported lower than expected December 2017 sales, demand for Trucks and SUVs keeps investors confident that 2018 will move at least 16.7 million units. If the unexpected sales we saw…
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