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Sep 26 2014
Written by Benjamin Preston | Posted on The New York Times

Cadillac announced Wednesday that it would name its coming flagship rear-wheel-drive sedan the CT6. Cadillac says the high-tech car is scheduled to be released at the end of next year.

The car will feature “lightweight materials and new body construction techniques to reduce fuel consumption while enhancing driving dynamics and safety,” the company said.

Filed Under: Research & Development
Sep 26 2014
Ford Media Center

Ford, America’s truck leader, celebrates production of the 5-millionth Ford F-Series Super Duty next month.

For 15 years, Ford F-Series Super Duty pickup trucks and chassis cabs – from F-250 to F-550 – have rolled off the assembly line at Kentucky Truck Plant and into the hands of hardworking customers.

“Super Duty trucks are engineered to meet the needs of the toughest customers,” said Doug Scott, Ford Truck group marketing manager. “Their continued sales dominance with these demanding customers proves how hard they deliver.”   

Filed Under: Manufacturing Economy
Sep 26 2014
Chrysler Media Group

SRT (Street and Racing Technology) Motorsports claimed its first victory in the Trans Am Series at Lime Rock Park last Saturday and now enters Virginia International Raceway (VIR) with momentum for the 10th and penultimate race of the Trans Am Series season on Sunday, Sept. 28.

Cameron Lawrence piloted the No. 1 Dodge Challenger SRT to victory lane at Connecticut’s Lime Rock Park, marking the first Trans Am win for SRT Motorsports in the group’s third series race after Miller Racing began fielding Challengers in the TA2 class in August.

Filed Under: Manufacturing Economy
Sep 25 2014
Chrysler Media Group

With sales of the Ram 1500 on a 52-month sales streak, Chrysler Group’s Warren Truck Assembly Plant (Mich.) is increasing production. The plant that built back-to-back Motor Trend Truck of the Year winners in 2013 and 2014 will be building an average of an additional 100 vehicles a day or 38,565 more trucks a year to keep up with demand.

Filed Under: Manufacturing Economy
Sep 25 2014
Written by Alisa Priddle | Posted on Detroit Free Press

Cadillac is calling its new hi-tech flagship sedan the CT6.

This is the fullsize sedan that will be built at General Motors' Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant starting in late 2015. The rear-drive car will be bigger than the XTS and will compete with the BMW 7-Series and Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

Filed Under: Research & Development

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