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  1. Webchat: Bob Boniface Talks About the Chevrolet Volt’s Design
  2. Ford creates one-off, aviation-inspired and#8216;Dearborn Doll' Mustang:
  3. GM to transfer Grand Rapids workers to Indiana plant
  4. 2010 Buick LaCrosse sets a new tone for the brand:
  5. Daniel Howes: Howes: Insiders at new GM same as they ever were
  6. 5 GM board members named; 4 execs to retire
  7. $1 billion 'Cash for clunkers' program to kick off Monday
  8. SUSAN TOMPOR: Ford shines as a bright spot among automotive stocks
  9. Saleen Performance Vehicles reveals new Mustang :
  10. Shots of next Saab 9-5 leaked:
  11. 4 senior GM execs to retire; final board members named
  12. Cadillac has designs on a new chief, and shots of the Saab 9-5, in News Brake for Thu
  13. General Motors designer Bryan Nesbitt to be named head of Cadillac:
  14. GM designer Nesbitt to be named head of Cadillac:
  15. Germany hopes for agreement with GM on Opel within a week
  16. Sneak Peek: 2011 Cadillac CTS-V Coupe
  17. Boy drank gasoline to copy his TV heroes
  18. SMS Supercars releases illustrations, pricing for go-fast Mustangs:
  19. Chevrolet announces the 2010 Camaro TRANSFORMERS Special Edition
  20. Porsche CEO likely to bow to pressure to leave, report says:
  21. Ford rolls out 2010 model line:
  22. Obama auto task force chief defends dealer closings
  23. House set to OK $150 million natural-gas car program
  24. Task force fights dealer bill; Obama ends warranty guarantee
  25. OnStar 'ignition block' disables stolen vehicles:
  26. 2010 Range Rover's looks familiar, driving experience new:
  27. Toyota says it's no longer profitable in North America
  28. GM: Three bids received for Germany's Opel
  29. Saleen Soap Opera: New cars, new lawsuit--so what's new?:
  30. Redesigned Chevrolet Equinox is competitive with the best in class:
  31. Toyota rethinking N. American strategy
  32. Obama auto adviser to testify on dealer closings
  33. Bo and Ball: The AutoWeek RV's road trip to the softball state championships:
  34. Report: Chrysler, General Motors market shares will decline
  35. Blue Oyster Cult front man samples Summer of Love Tour:
  36. Fiat-Chrysler: A match made for enthusiasts:
  37. Lutz now says no to Caprice, but Saleen is back, in News Brake for Friday, July 17:
  38. New GM keeps top-brass pay roughly the same
  39. Chevy will NOT get a G8.
  40. New Saleen owners plan two future go-fast Mustangs:
  41. Cars for College: AutoWeek's list of the best rides for campus cruising:
  42. General Motors' RandD chief Larry Burns, PR boss Steve Harris set to retire:
  43. Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG: The gullwing takes flight:
  44. Former General Motors CEO nets multimillion-dollar retirement package:
  45. GM debuts 2010 Buick LaCrosse
  46. Americans plan to keep their cars longer, study finds:
  47. A glitch in the Camaro SS, and a new chapter in Corvette Racing, in News Brake for Tu
  48. General Motors design landmark gets second life--as a school:
  49. GM turns to its old product meister for a new marketing message:
  50. MARK PHELAN: Automotive Hall of Fame seeks funding
  51. Tail fins focus of Automotive Hall of Fame show
  52. From the G8 I bring you the Chevy Caprice
  53. TOM WALSH: GM has new name, same faces at top
  54. Pontiac owners celebrate storied brand
  55. After a quick bankruptcy, now it's General Motors Co.
  56. General Motors emerges from bankruptcy:
  57. WATCH GM ANNOUNCEMENT AT 9 A.M. ON FREEP.COM: General Motors clears final hurdle to s
  58. Bob Lutz reportedly to stay on at General Motors:
  59. CEO to outline new General Motors at Friday news conference
  60. Get ready for the New GM:
  61. Dream Cruise keeps its spirit, returns to roots
  62. Cadillac's success is key to General Motors' revival
  63. Scott Burgess: Expect evolution from new Cadillac
  64. Bentley teases us again and an F1 update from Japan, in News Brake for Wednesday, Jul
  65. 2011 Jaguar XJ
  66. Oshawa Plant gets company soon!
  67. Honda names new vehicle Accord Crosstour:
  68. Former Ford exec McNamara dies:
  69. GM confirms plug-in crossover remains on track for 2011:
  70. Daniel Howes: Russian power play stalls Opel talks
  71. Former Ford exec Robert McNamara dies:
  72. Qvale, nearing 90, sees life after crash for U.S. industry:
  73. Smart's $99 lease deal has big balloon payment at end:
  74. Chrysler names remaining directors of new board
  75. Survey: Camry more American than F-150
  76. Luxury ride brings back memories of a once-in-a-lifetime cruise:
  77. Beijing Automotive bids for General Motors' German Opel unit
  78. Cummins reopening Ind. plant where Dodge Ram engine made; another closes
  79. Scott Burgess: 2010 Chevy Camaro reinvents dream machine
  80. Chevy Camaro outsells Ford Mustang for first time in nearly 15 years:
  81. GM: Cadillac Escalade sales drop
  82. Pontiac G8, other GM cars get zero-percent financing:
  83. Toyota Prius headlamp troubles could dim brand's reputation:
  84. Lamborghini Gallardo pays homage to longtime test driver:
  85. General Motors sale hearing to continue today
  86. GM's Opel deal with Magna not a sure thing
  87. Ford sees turnaround in 3rd quarter, ramps up its production plans
  88. General Motors quits NUMMI plant; Toyota studies options
  89. Automakers scrap diesel plans:
  90. Chrysler to build four versions of Fiat 500 for U.S. market:
  91. GM says it'll close its Willow Run transmission plant
  92. Avoiding trouble, and having a hard time finding it in the NASCAR camping zone:
  93. MARK PHELAN: Hummer offices, production to remain in America, CEO says
  94. Subaru Legacy sedan grows bigger, roomier for 2010:
  95. Italian carmaker Fiat won't improve Opel offer
  96. GM awards small car production to Michigan plant:
  97. Shelby's new snake is Super, and a Porsche with patina at Pebble, in News Brake for F
  98. Report: China likely to reject Hummer buy
  99. Toyota turns focus on North America
  100. Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Super Snake, for when 540 hp isn’t enough:
  101. The Volt gets a jolt, and Mercedes teaches AMG101, in News Brake for Thursday, June 2
  102. GMC Announces Pricing on All-New Terrain
  103. Seven times four equals the new BMW 7-series flagship sedan:
  104. Ford Fiesta shows fun can come in really small packages:
  105. Mercedes brings AMG driving academy coming to U.S.:
  106. Court orders American Axle supplier to resume shipping
  107. First Pre-production Chevrolet Volt Charges Ahead … of Schedule
  108. The AutoWeek list: Top all-time convertibles:
  109. Porsche Panamera carries on the Zuffenhausen tradition:
  110. Chrysler gets European revamp
  111. Ford, Nissan, Tesla get loans from Energy Department for electric cars:
  112. Ford and Nissan get a green boost, and Buick gets a four-banger, in News Brake for Tu
  113. GM = Green Motors?
  114. Ford, Nissan, Tesla get loans for electric cars:
  115. Saab's future could be bright:
  116. RENAISSANCE SEDAN: 2010 LACROSSE REPRESENTS A REINVIGORATED BUICK
  117. Buick adds 30 m.p.g. LaCrosse to lineup
  118. Toyota tops in quality; Cadillac best U.S. brand
  119. Buick To Add Fuel Efficient Ecotec 2.4L Four-Cylinder Engine To All-New 2010 Lacrosse
  120. Shortened LX rear-drive platform could spawn new Chrysler Sebring, Dodge Avenger:
  121. Special Ford Mustang honors Iacocca's pony car:
  122. Michigan cities scramble to recycle auto plants
  123. Oak Park's Azure Dynamics company produces hybrid vans
  124. Auto news in brief: Classic Pontiacs sought for show
  125. Conflict explodes in F1, and Ford GTs hit the auction block, in News Brake for June 1
  126. 2010 Regal Concept
  127. How to cash in on 'cash for clunkers':
  128. Chrysler cancels Cummins diesel for the light-duty Dodge Ram:
  129. Ford Transit Connect hauls automaker back into U.S. small-van market:
  130. Toyota resumes family leadership: Grandson to head top carmaker
  131. It's SHO-time for Ford, and Jesse James sets a record, in News Brake for June 18, 200
  132. Cash-for-clunkers program passes hurdle in Senate
  133. Veteran auto advisor Stephen Girsky named to new GM board
  134. Health care trust names a GM director
  135. General Motors Statement Regarding Discontinuation of Pontiac Vibe Production at NUMM
  136. David Phillips: Pontiac fans will keep the brand's spirit alive
  137. Senate vote on cash-for-clunkers program delayed
  138. Jesse James brings hydrogen land-speed record back to America:
  139. Hot-rod Ford Taurus SHO lives again:
  140. MotorCity Casino to sponsor Woodward Dream Cruise
  141. GM CEO: ‘Cash-for-clunkers’ bill could provide lift for industry:
  142. A new batch of Ford Mustang Cobra Jets is on the way:
  143. Ten notable Saab models, the AutoWeek list:
  144. Obama aide: Congress shouldn't interfere with dealership closings
  145. Pony cars gallop toward NASCAR, and Mini thinks upscale, in News Brake for Tuesday, J
  146. GM agrees to sell Saab to supercar company Koenigsegg :
  147. Birmingham dreams up a new Woodward classic-car cruise
  148. NASCAR teams see less GM cash, and Brawn GP is having a garage sale, in News Brake fo
  149. Inside autos: GM in for a name tweak?
  150. A battle brews in Formula One, and Saab has a buyer, in News Brake for Friday, June 1
  151. Ford cranks out new 351 performance engine block:
  152. Camaro, Mustang, Challenger set for modern pony-car war:
  153. Carroll Shelby charity modifies name, expands aid:
  154. Orion plant among 3 on GM list for new car
  155. House, Senate teams OK $1B 'cash for clunkers' program
  156. Honda celebrates 50 years in America:
  157. A Suzuki is spied, and Corvette rolls over a magical number, in News Brake for Thursd
  158. Swedish sports car maker Koenigsegg buying Saab, reports say:
  159. Former Gov. Blanchard named to new Chrysler board
  160. Saab to show new 9-5 version in Frankfurt
  161. GM protects global strategy with Opel deal
  162. ‘New’ Chrysler emerges as alliance with Fiat sealed:
  163. Chevrolet builds 1,500,000th Corvette
  164. your new GM/goverment
  165. MORNING AUTO REPORT: GM amends surviving dealers' terms
  166. 2010 Chevrolet Equinox to emphasize fuel economy:
  167. Webchat: Ed Peper Answers Your Questions About Chevrolet
  168. I’m Not Ambivalent About Ambivalence
  169. GM gets former AT&T CEO as new board chairman
  170. Hudson Centennial: Big Three squeezed out early pioneer:
  171. Chrysler gives closing dealers until June 15 to transfer unsold vehicles
  172. Motortrends suggestion to GM regarding line up
  173. GM to halt medium-duty truck production:
  174. Bush officials challenge Obama aide account of auto restructuring
  175. An Open Letter to Gerald Sindell of The Huffington Post
  176. A bit of hope for the Pontiac G8?:
  177. GMreinvention.com
  178. New crossovers, sport ute redefine Cadillac
  179. MORNING AUTO REPORT: Analyst: Hummer sale 'pretty unlikely' to get China's approval
  180. Penske Automotive wins bid for Saturn, report says:
  181. HEADLINES: Military versions of Hummer are excluded from GM sale
  182. GM mulling Pontiac sale?!
  183. RESCUING A GM BRAND: Penske close to buying GM's Saturn division
  184. Chevrolet Viva is spied, set to replace Aveo:
  185. Brian O'Connor: On the Fritz: GM CEO among highest-paid in government
  186. MARK PHELAN: Magna keeps GM ties with Opel
  187. What does future hold for Hummer?
  188. American dream fades at Axle plant in Hamtramck
  189. Scott Burgess: 2009 G8 GXP a grand epitaph for Pontiac
  190. Manny Lopez: Commentary: Obama won't let GM fail
  191. Catch a glimpse of GM's new small car, redesigned Jaguar XJ in News Brake for Wednesd
  192. Magna co-CEO expects Opel takeover by September
  193. Games Galore: Video games are the one growth industry in the car business:
  194. Six questions for the creator of Gran Turismo:
  195. Electronic Entertainment Expo: The Goods:
  196. The AutoWeek list: 10 post-bankruptcy GM and Chrysler vehicles to look forward to:
  197. 100 years ago, Alice Ramsey became first woman to drive across U.S.
  198. Obama officials rush aid to Metro Detroit
  199. Blink and you'll miss Ken Block in new Gymkhana video:
  200. GM says it has 16 potential Saturn buyers
  201. Porsche board still favors merger with Volkswagen:
  202. Jesse James Drives Again: TV host finishing up streamliner, to run soon:
  203. GM in talks with Chinese firm to buy Hummer brand
  204. GM rescue fraught with political risks for Obama
  205. RIP Solstice/SKY
  206. Bing: Obama wants GM to stay in RenCen
  207. GM plant closing may cost Pontiac $10M
  208. Future GM products remain on track, despite bankruptcy:
  209. Ford to increase North American production
  210. GM bankruptcy
  211. CEO Henderson: General Motors hopes to cut 2,100 dealers under Chapter 11
  212. GM offers incentives for buyers not afraid of bankruptcy :
  213. Obama applauds Chrysler-Fiat deal
  214. General Motors files for bankruptcy :
  215. GM’s Bankruptcy Plan Wins Support of Bondholders
  216. Highest Scoring American Vehicles
  217. Germany's Merkel greets Magna plan to acquire Opel
  218. Detroit to offer 'Renaissance Zone' to keep General Motors
  219. White House: Obama sees progress
  220. General Motors says it plans to build small car in U.S.:
  221. GM filing for bankruptcy on Monday
  222. The AutoWeek list: 10 Coolest Summer Cars :
  223. The AutoWeek list: Top-10 Summer Driving Foods:
  224. Saab reconstruction process granted extension
  225. Japan considers General Motors fallout measures
  226. Visteon, Metaldyne bankruptcy filings slam communities
  227. Obama aides to visit Midwest auto states
  228. GM’s Bob Lutz takes a hard left: Retiring product czar loves auto task force:
  229. We plug in to the Chevrolet Volt and find it easy to drive: News Brake for Thursday,
  230. GM had possible bondholder agreement...
  231. Telesto, Penske recruit auto vets in Saturn bids
  232. Fiat names members on Chrysler board
  233. Bankruptcy looms for GM: News Brake for Wednesday, May 27:
  234. Telesto Ventures assembles autos team in bid for Saturn
  235. Redesigned Cadillac SRX is smaller, less expensive:
  236. Chevy Camaro convertible confirmed: News Brake for Tuesday, May 26:
  237. Cadillac Launches Two New Vehicles This Summer
  238. NEWS BRAKE: Tuesday, May 26:
  239. Penske's plan for Saturn: Sell Samsung vehicles:
  240. Production of Camaro convertible to start in 2011:
  241. General Motors, Chrysler brace for a worrisome week
  242. CAW votes to accept cost-cutting deal with General Motors
  243. Enthusiast aims to salvage Saturns future
  244. Magna, Sberbank team up in Opel bid
  245. Obama hopes for leaner, meaner GM and Chrysler
  246. Congress hammers White House, automakers over dealership closings
  247. NEWS BRAKE: Friday, May22:
  248. Ford unveils programs to woo GM, Chrysler buyers
  249. Mitsubishi interested in Saturn dealership network
  250. NEWS BRAKE: Thursday, May 21: