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Is NHTSA out of control?

Recent Rises in Recall Numbers A Cause For Alarm

Postmortem: Maybach meets its maker

Why Daimler's Ultra-Luxe Brand Couldn't Compete With Bentley And Rolls

"It's partner or die" in today's automotive world

Why Automakers Are Increasingly Entering Alliances

What good is an electric vehicle if there's no electricity?

A Glut Of EVs Could Make America's Shoddy Power Grid Even Worse

Farewell, Chuck Jordan

Even for those who didn't know him during his glory days, Chuck Jordan was a familiar face on the auto show circuit. Slowed only a bit by a stroke, he was still present at a surprising number of the major shows, squeezed in with the assorted reporters, photographers and videographers, paying close attention to – and offering his perceptions on – the latest and greatest the industry could roll out.

TheDetroitBureau.com on Autoblog with Paul Eisenstein

Ford Fixes Powertrains – But Faces Platform Challenges

Smart's Schembri reveals a bit more about the U.S. versions of the ForTwo

If we had an exact launch date for the official state-side introduction of the Smart ForTwo in 2008, you can be sure we'd be counting down the days one by one with a big fat, red marker. Needless to say, we're pretty excited, so any tidbits of new information immediately get flagged for discussion.

TCC speaks with Toyota sales exec

Lots of eyes are turning to Toyota these days as word gets around that they're poised to take the top automaker slot from GM over the next few years. With that specifically in mind, Paul Eisenstein from The Car Connection sat with Jim Lentz, executive vice president for Toyota Motor Sales (TMS) U.S.A., Inc., and chatted at the media presentation of the new Tundra.