Canoo Automotive's Market
How Tesla used model names to spell a word
Hyundai's Luxury Rise
Has Chrysler fallen to far to get back up again?
2016 Scion iA sedan
The final curtain call for Fisker Automotive
It seems that history is repeating itself, well at least in North America. As of April 9, 2013, Fisker Automotive has filed for bankruptcy, bringing an end to one of the three electric companies from the U.S.A. I guess this came as no surprise to anyone after the loss of over 100 ready for sale Karma's last year. But the biggest blow to this company may not be the fact that it is about to die, it is that its biggest celebrity endorsement may come to an end. It may not be out in the public right now, but who would ever think that Justin Bieber would keep a car from a company who cannot honor any warranty or service.
David Vs. Goliath......the automotive way
Russia's luxury gain
Mexico's current Dodge Neon
The year was 1993 and Dodge was looking to move away from it's past. With the 80's now gone and the 90's starting to take off, it seems the the people at Chrysler Corp. were looking for a way to move their lineup into the future. And with great ideas like the Viper and new Ram pickup, it just seemed plausible that they would too revitalize their bottom end as well.
Citroen's French connection to the N.A. market
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