Around this time last year, Dodge made waves by announcing the arrival of a Hellcat-based crate engine (dubbed the Hellcrate, of course) to give garage builds everywhere the malevolent heart they deserve. Now General Motors is splashing back by unleashing the 6.2-liter, 755-horsepower supercharged
Officials gathered on Monday to celebrate the latest automotive facility to open its doors in Detroit. The building belongs to global auto supplier Flex-N-Gate, who will manufacture parts for Ford Motor Company vehicles. So far, 230 employees have been hired at the plant. About half of those
Ford Motor Company’s Rouge complex is the only one in American history to manufacture vehicles – including ships, tractors and cars – non-stop for 100 years. There’s nothing else like it. It’s kept running through two world wars and 18 U.S. recessions, all while producing some of the world’s most
General Motors is moving its Cadillac brand headquarters from New York back to Macomb County, four years after heading to the big city to become more cosmopolitan. The move to Warren, across the street from GM’s giant technical center, will take place in April. “It’s great news for Warren.
This letter is about car guys caring for one another. My name is Rob Pope, friends call me “Lucky”, if you know me you would know it fits. It started last fall on my way back from Yates Cider Mill driving my 1947 Chevy Pick Up Rat Rod (named Mighty Mouse), the alternator grounded out