North America’s lifted wagons to carry Buick through the rest of the year, a GM spokesperson has confirmed to Roadshow that production in Rüsselsheim, Germany has ceased.and are no more, and with the demise of these models, the brand’s transition to an all-SUV marque is complete. , General Motors officials confirmed that 2020 would be the pair’s last model years in the US and Canadian markets. With an ample supply of five-door hatchbacks and
It’s officially the end of an era at Ford. The Blue Oval no longer builds a single sedan for its home country, the US.
Ford confirmed with Roadshow on Wednesday thatproduction ended in Mexico on July 31. The Fusions that remain on dealership lots will be your final chance to take home a new Ford sedan.
“As promised, Ford is reinventing the car to match consumers’ preferences
Some of Honda’s white collar workforce in Ohio are trading the desk for the assembly line, and that’s an order.
According to WOSU public radio on Wednesday, the Japanese automaker’s plant in Marysville, Ohio is subject to a production staff shortage amid the pandemic. As more employees call in sick or quarantine, fewer workers remain to build the numerous vehicles that call Marysville home. The and are two high
As Mercedes-Benz’s flagship, the arrival of a new S-Class always means the introduction of some fancy new features that’ll slowly trickle down to the rest of the company’s lineup. We’ve already told you aboutcoming to the 2021 S-Class, but Mercedes-Benz detailed a number of other features on Wednesday, including the first example of a rear-seat airbag in a production car.
Available with the S-Class Executive Rear Seat Package, these airbags deploy out of the backs of the front chairs. Mercedes says compressed gas inflates “a