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'Michigan Matters' Looks At Red Hot Happenings! Dinosauria, Woodward Dream Cruise, Detroit Jazz Festival

With the July 4th holiday upon us, the spotlight falls on things to do on “Michigan Matters” where community leaders appear to talk about things like a new wolf exhibit and the Dinosauria display with dozens of real life replica creatures at the Detroit Zoo. 243 more words


GM won't build small, affordable Chevy sports car anytime soon

If you’re holding out for an affordable pocket-rocket from Chevrolet, you might be out of luck.

Speaking to Automotive News, GM product chief Mark Reuss says he loves the idea of a small, rear-wheel-drive sports car – the ethos behind the… 182 more words


Chevrolet will keep 'Bolt' nameplate for production version

Chevrolet will be keeping the ‘Bolt’ nameplate for the production-spec model.

That’s the latest word from USA Today, which spoke to Chevrolet marketing head Tim Mahoney. 93 more words

Cars And Car Design

3 ways the new Shelby GT350R Mustang makes driving a thrill

Have you ever had a chance to drive a car designed entirely for the racetrack? The thrill that rushes through your veins when pressing the pedal; the excitement of taking the first turn… Now imagine the joy of lawfully driving it on the streets. 421 more words

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Ford’s Innovation Park Exhibit Donated to Local Organizations

Ford’s Innovation Park exhibit was one of Brown Motors’ favorite parts of the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. But it can’t stay there forever; so, the automaker will donate parts of it to benefit two local organizations. 130 more words


Upcoming Honda CR-Z could go turbo

The latest Civic Type R might just be the ultimate tease from Honda. That, coupled with the sales disappointment of what the current CR-Z is, could make for an interesting lifeline for Honda enthusiasts in North America when 2018 rolls around. 135 more words

Cars And Car Design

What Does Generation Z Want From Their Cars?

When they’re designing the next generation of vehicles, Ford looks to their team whose focus is analyzing trends and using those trends to reveal what direction the consumer base is going and, in turn, what direction the manufacturer must go. 500 more words