Subaru Shutting Japanese Plants in July Due to Semiconductor Shortage

The semiconductor shortage continues to take a toll, with Subaru announcing it is temporarily shutting down plants in Japan in July.

Nissan, Suzuki and Mitsubishi the Latest Automakers Impacted by Semiconductor Shortage

Nissan, Suzuki and Mitsubishi the Latest Automakers Impacted by Semiconductor Shortage

Ford, BMW and Honda’s Production Impacted by Semiconductor Crisis

Ford, BMW and Honda are all experiencing major production issues as a result of the global semiconductor shortage.

Consumer Reports: Tesla’s In-Vehicle Cameras a Privacy Concern

Consumer Reports has raised concerns about Tesla’s in-vehicle cameras, saying they represent a privacy concern.

GM Went to Far With Three-Cylinder Cars In China

Reuters is reporting that GM is backing off its attempt to only offer three-cylinder versions of some vehicles in China after facing backlash. China is known for having some of the strictest emissions and fuel efficiency regulations in the world.…

BMW M2 Inspired By Models From Motor Racing History

BMW Group unveiled the new BMW M2 Coupe. The car features a high-performance six-cylinder in-line engine, rear-wheel-drive, and lightweight aluminum M Sport suspension. The first-ever #BMW #M2 Coupé commands power and demands attention. http://t.co/KTKSO4LvE3 http://t.co/xKHM27LmKj https://t.co/AnFNQFIe20 — BMW (@BMW) October 14,…

Alphabet Doesn’t Own Its Obvious Social Media Pages, Domains

Late Monday afternoon, Google announced a major reorganization, and the establishment of a new parent company called Alphabet. For a more in-depth look at that, check here. Long story short, Larry Page is now the CEO of Alphabet, which now…

BMW Cars: The X5 M and X6 M Are Back

BMW Motorsport (M) this week revealed all of the details about its latest M series vehicles. The BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M are back and sporting more power than ever. BMW is referring to the latest revisions of…

BMW Cars, Motorcycles Hit Sales Records

BMW has been operating for nearly 100 years now. Throughout those years the company has had many popular and classic vehicles. Now it seems the auto manufacturer may be more popular than ever. BMW Group last week announced that it…

Toyota Recalls 650,000 Vehicles for Faulty Airbags

Today, Toyota announced an expansion to a recall which originally occurred in April 2013. The newly expanded recall affects an additional 650,000 vehicles in Japan, bringing the overall total to 2.27 million vehicles over the past year. The recall deals…