December 28th, 2011 | by Jeffrey Zygmont
Saab plunged into bankruptcy six days before Christmas 2011, and General Motors took the blame. But Saab's departure was inevitable under any circumstances. Rather than GM, the culprit is simple economics: the brand's own failure to win enough customers to pay its bills
December 16th, 2011 | by John O'Neil
The Viper returns, Ford's Focus enters the MPG war, Honda reboots the CR-Z, the Dodge Dart returns, and is Saab almost dead
December 3rd, 2011 | by John O'Neil
Where your favorite car is assembled, Ford gives Mustang enthusiasts even more to rejoice about, Saab's flame starts to flicker, Supercars in China and much more
November 4th, 2011 | by John O'Neil
Our new intern John O'Neil takes a spin around the top 10 stories from the automotive industry in our new column "This week in the Automotive Industry." This week we're talking Saab's new buyers, the death of the manual transmission, fuel mileage myths, and how the Chevy Volt is seeing a surge in sales. Take it away John and welcome to the team!