It’s the end of auto assembly as GM and Ford also plan to pull out.
The technology replicates the sound of yesteryear’s driving experience as cars become quieter and more fuel efficient.
BMW, Porsche, Ford and Jaguar will unveil some sweet new models when the show opens this weekend.
Williams was an integral part of bargaining with the Detroit automakers in 2011.
Ford, Chrysler see increases of 7% while GM inches up 0.1%.
Global sales at 4.91 million vehicles, outpaces GM.
Vehicle safety agency found that the Jeeps’ fuel tanks can fail when hit from the rear.
Moneymakers for OEMs gained 7.9% from previous year.
Yazaki, a supplier to Toyota and Honda in Canada, pleads guilty to Competition Act charges.
Supplier Taka says there may be s many as 3 million vehicles affected.
BMO predicts a 7% increase in sales: good for industry investment.
German automaker will spend $875 million for a 12% stake in BAIC Motor.
Half of total sales expected to come from North American manufacturing operations.
Automaker in trouble again for failing to quickly report vehicle problems and delaying a product recall.
Vehicle sales up 8% in July and August over 2011, led by double-digit gains in South America.