Volvo Has A Plan To Bring Itself Back From Zombie State In The U.S.

Ever since Volvo found itself sloughed off from Ford in the wake of the Carpocalypse, it was adrift among the heaving seas of the global auto market. Rescued by China's Geely, it just dusted itself off and is now preparing itself for a US comeback, announcing big investments and an all-new product line. »11/19/14 2:35pm11/19/14 2:35pm

Taxpayers Spent $1.4 Million For Every Cash For Clunkers Job Created

Say, remember a few years ago when the government was giving people money to ditch their old car in exchange for something shiny and new? It saved the American car industry and fixed the environment, right? According to new report by the Brookings Institution think tank in D.C., the answer is "kinda, but not really." »11/01/13 1:40pm11/01/13 1:40pm

GM Knew Pontiac Was On The Ropes Before The Feds Ordered It Killed

Over the weekend, former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz dropped a bombshell on car enthusiasts and policy wonks when he revealed for the first time that the federal government told GM to drop Pontiac or they wouldn't get a bailout. Enthusiasts may balk, but this was the common sense idea — and even GM knew it. »10/29/13 2:50pm10/29/13 2:50pm