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    Mini's future is smaller engines, DCT, and challenging the Mazda Miata?
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    MINI Roadster Concept - Click above for a high-res image gallery
    Just because a company starts out Mini it doesn't necessarily mean it can't get even smaller. That seems to be the case with BMW's more affordable UK outpost. Mini USA vice president Jim McDowell spoke at the recent Geneva Motor ...

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    Next-gen Audi RS6 to drop V10 in favor of V8?
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    2009 Audi RS6 - Click above for high-res gallery The next generation Audi A6 is expected to debut early in 2010 and that means a new performance S6 and super-performance RS6 will likely follow a couple of years later. As improved efficiency and reduced CO2 emissions take hold in the early ...

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    REPORT: Next-gen Taurus likely to move to common platform with Fusion/Mondeo
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    2010 Ford Taurus – Click above for high-res image gallery
    The 2010 Ford Taurus is barely into its launch, but plans are already being laid for the next-gen model. In what should be a surprise to no one, the next Taurus is expected to be smaller than the current car. According to The Detroit ...

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    GM, Ford job cuts closing in on 50% in U.S. - Chrysler not far behind
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    In 2002, General Motors had 177,000 employees in North America. By the end of 2008, that number had shrunk to 93,000, or 49% fewer employees than it had just six years earlier. GM plans to further cut its white collar workforce by 3,400 by May of this year, and the General is looking to cut 10,000 ...

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    VW managers facing job cuts take one for the team
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    Well, Volkswagen's job cuts at the brand's German facilities may not be popular, but at least they're fair. The company confirmed Wednesday that its plan to improve productivity and efficiency by cutting up to 20,000 jobs includes up to 20 percent of the company's 1,000 management staff.The company ...

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    Japanese surpass GM in North American vehicle production
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    It’s official: Japanese automakers build more cars and trucks in North America than General Motors. The milestone has been expected for some time now, with manufacturers like Toyota and Honda churning out some 4.8 million vehicles in the region in 2005, and GM whittling away its totals to ...

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