See the USA in a Mahindra? Indian Automaker to Open Detroit-area Plant, Report Says

For the company’s sake, hopefully Mahindra & Mahindra’s second attempt to enter the U.S. market won’t go the same way as the first. The Indian automaker is reportedly planning a 400,000-square-foot assembly plant in the Detroit su…

Ford CEO Jim Hackett reviewing the future of technology, Lincoln, overseas markets

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“Some big decisions will be made,” Ford Chief Financial Officer Bob Shanks said.Continue reading …

Domestics Abroad: Part II – Chevrolet’s Foreign Fare

Today we feature the second entry to our Domestics Abroad series. Here’s where we take a look at the international models proffered around the world that wear a domestic company’s badge on the grille, but are not offered in their brands’ domestic markets. This is ground zero for “you can’t get that here.” All nameplates you’ll see in this series […]

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GM to Pull Out of World’s Second Most Populous Country, Sell Off Other Operations in Quest for Cash

In its global push for profitability, General Motors plans to yank the Chevrolet brand out of the hands of Indian consumers. The automaker announced a wave of restructuring in overseas markets yesterday, a large part of which is the cancellation of nearly $1 billion in investment in India and the pull-out of its only brand. […]

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