Taking every precaution, Ford Motor Co. has stopped production on its Chinese-made Transit Classic diesel models – a full-sized commercial vehicle with a throttle pedal manufactured by the same company behind the Toyota recall. According to Ford, the vehicles began production in December and only about 1,600 vehicles have been produced. There have been no reported problems with the vehicle's accelerator, but the automaker wants to take a step back to ensure problems will not surface in the
Details are few, but Audi has decided to pass on building its Malibu Maxx Roadjet concept. All of the flowery prose about how the Roadjet is "a vehicle that blends the latest evolutionary stage of Audi's formal idiom with an entirely new space concept" with an "unprecedented synthesis of performance, liveliness, and efficiency" are now considered overstatements by Ingolstadt. Even though it's packing a 300 horsepower V6 and a 7-speed DSG cog-swapper, Audi didn't feel that the Roadjet would live
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