Saturday, January 23, 2010

Announces More Cuts for Opel / Vauxhall

General Motors has turned its focus on its European division as a little after the announcement on its decision to wind down its Saab unit, the U.S. carmaker revealed that it intends to close Opel's manufacturing plant in Antwerp, Belgium, which employs around 2,600 workers. GM said that if confirmed, production would conclude at the plant in the next few months.

First Fully-Fledged Premium Car in its Segment

Automakers usually make all sorts of claims about their new products, some of which are - or prove to be- true, and some of which are either false or exaggerated. Audi is no exception to the rule as the company has raised the bar high on its new A1 supermini that's due to have its world premiere at the Geneva Salon this March.