China's passenger vehicle sales recorded 4,909 units in the first 16 days, down from 59,930 vehicles in the same period a year earlier, data from CPCA showed, the first major figures to demonstrate just how hard the epidemic is hitting the world's biggest auto market. … [Read more...] about China’s Passenger Car Sales Tumble 92 Per Cent In First Half Of February Due To Virus Outbreak
Subaru's parent company might soon change its name simply to Subaru Corporation. Update: Subaru Gets A Name Change Subaru parent, Fuji Heavy Industries, will try to take advantage of its automotive arm’s recent success and will likely change the conglomerate’s name to Subaru Corporation. FHI also works in aerospace and makes industrial products, but for the general public auto manufacturing is probably the firm’s best-known business. By switching monikers, the corporation can capitalize on the improved brand recognition, and its customers might also associate the other divisions with the rapidly growing car brand. … [Read more...] about Fuji Heavy Industries may rebrand itself as Subaru Corp.
The 1980s spawned many memorable cars, but this one has been lost to the passage of time – until now. This bizarre 1986 Pontiac 6000 STE limousine is emblematic of the decade of excess that spawned it. Furthermore, it has a tenuous link to John F. Kennedy. Let's take a ride down memory lane. … [Read more...] about How This Ultra-Rare Pontiac 6000 Limo Has Ties To JFK