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While no index is perfect, the AU Auto Index is the most scientific approach we have seen. The report looks at the correct components to determine U.S. domestic content in automobiles to reveal what vehicles are really the ‘most American.'

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Showcases fuel efficiency and other green policy and vehicle advancements.

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Involves building a strong U.S. economy based on our manufacturing leadership.

Involves building a strong US economy based on our deep manufacturing background.

AAPC Updates

Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Company and General Motors Company created the American Automotive Policy Council (AAPC) to promote the unique and significant economic contribution of the U.S.-based auto companies to the American economy and to advocate for an American Manufacturing Initiative. The new organization is an expansion of the three companies’ productive work together as members of the Automotive Trade Policy Council on international trade and economic policies. Together, these three auto companies represent innovation, research and technology development that can drive America’s economic leadership in a new century.

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Aug 13 2014
Written by Diego Rosenberg | Posted on GM Authority

We all know 2014 marks the best General Motors lineup ever − maybe we can’t wax poetic like GM’s 1955 or 1965 lineup, but today’s models from the General are far away much more of a world-class standard. But among the vehicles that are sold in the U.S., some get more notice than others. Which GM product is the most underrated?

Filed Under: Research & Development
Aug 13 2014
Written by Lauren Abdel-Razzaq | Posted on The Detroit News

Jerry Cuper ordered his first new car, a Plymouth Fury, in 1963. But when the car came in, the dealership wanted $200 more than what they originally quoted him and his father wouldn’t let him buy it.

Cuper was disappointed, but it was all for the best. Soon he saw a picture of a newly developed sports car, the 1965 Mustang 2+2 fastback. He decided to wait for that one.

Filed Under: Research & Development
Aug 13 2014
Written by Rory Jurnecka | Posted on Motor Trend

Not two days after I'd taken the helm of the Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl Coat (whew!) Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk that arrived in our parking garage, I couldn't take it anymore. The urge to run over objects large enough to cause at least minor damage to lesser vehicles had become too much to restrain. I turned towards the nearest empty parking lot and began climbing parking curbs and concrete medians to get my fix. I'm fairly sure any onlookers assumed I was blind. Is urban off-roading a thing?

Filed Under: Research & Development
Aug 12 2014
Written by Sam Mceachern | Posted on GM Authority

Cadillac today announced the new range-topping Platinum Collection 2015 Escalade, a more upscale trim level of the full-size luxury SUV which offers new premium interior materials, upgraded technologies and other model exclusive aesthetic enhancements.

Filed Under: Research & Development
Aug 12 2014
Written by Patrick Rall | Posted on Torqu News

While the 5.0L V8 will power the most powerful 2015 Ford Mustang fastbacks and convertibles, the big story for the next gen pony car is the new EcoBoost models – and today we walk you through the pricing for the new turbocharged S550 Mustang.