Sep 4: GM, Ford and Chrysler all report stronger than expected car sales to kick off what could be best month in years for the industry. More
American cars' quality is better, but challenges remain
Cadillac's new large car has lots of tech and a cushy ride but lacks excitement.
For first time since 2008, Ford's salaried workers will get both merit pay increases and bonus payments.
GM set to recapture global sales lead. It will be the first time since 2007 that the carmaker reigns supreme, although Toyota and VW remain close behind.
With no other luxury brands in its line-up, the once-great brand needs to return to its former glory.
Sales of the Fiat 500 fell well short of the first year 50,000 vehicle goal, but the CEO of Fiat and Chrysler said the only mistake was setting an 'incredibly naive' target.
A new version of the Dodge Dart based on Fiat engineering was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show.
Carmakers have gathered in Motown to show off their latest wares and future offerings.
Ford Fusion Plug-in will go on sale later this year as part of the mid-sized car's new redesigned line-up.
Detroit auto show also honors Range Rover Evoque as truck of the year.
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