General Motors has announced another six safety recalls covering another 717,950 recent model vehicles in the US and pushing its worldwide total of recalls for this year past a record breaking 40 million.
General Motors was fined $35m and agreed to take part in “unprecedented oversight requirements” on Friday over its massive recall of cars with faulty ignition switches that have been linked to 13 deaths.
Appearing in New York and Los Angeles, both singers will join forces as part of an Audi promotional campaign
General Motors CEO Mary Barra suffered a bruising second day of congressional testimony related to the car firm’s fatal ignition issues on Wednesday, berated by senators who said her company should face a criminal investigation.
General Motors named a new vehicle safety chief on Tuesday after CEO Mary Barra confessed “terrible things” had happened at the company and recalled another 1.5m cars amid investigations into a series of fatal crashes.
More Ferraris are being sold in the UK than anywhere else in Europe, the luxury car manufacturer has confirmed.
Chrysler filed for an initial public offering on Monday, in a move that will put all three US car giants back on the stock markets after their brushes with disaster.