Leaf sales more than tripled after some features cut and price was lowered to $29,650
Ford sells nearly 194,000 vehicles in the US, led by the F-Series pickup.
Watchdog report says “no question” taxpayers are going to lose money on the investment.
Some former workers saw their basic life insurance benefit cut from more than $100,000 to $20,000.
Automaker is on pace to sell more than 9.7 million vehicles this in 2013.
Sales will continue to be driven by pickup trucks and crossover vehicles.
New factory will manufacture 8-speed transmissions.
As capacity continues to improve, auto and parts companies will add floor space and spent million on new equipment.
Romulus engine plant will stay closed until late 2015.
Taxpayers are still owed a minimum of $3.6 billion.
LEED certification recognizes facilities that reduce or eliminate impact on the environment.
The Chevrolet City Express is based on the Nissan NV200 and is expected to be released by late 2014.
New software developed by GM’s innovation centres and data storage will spot problems quickly.
Fatter profit margins for SUVs are a financial lifeline to a Chinese industry squeezed by global brands making inroads into its market.
Record sales are boosting production, but investments in Mexico and the US will wreak havoc on Canada’s sector.