|GM STUDENT CORPS EXPANDS TO INCLUDE FLINT|
|FLINT, Mich. – The GM Student Corps kicked off its second year today, expanding the summer internship program to include a new team of 10 students from Flint Southwestern Classical Academy high school.
General Motors made the announcement at the annual meeting of the Flint and Genesee Chamber of Commerce.
This year's Student Corps will provide 120 Detroit-area and Flint students from 12 high schools with paid internships and the opportunity to give back to their neighborhoods. Teams...[Read more...]|
|VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE DUNE CONCEPT TO DEBUT AT NAIAS|
|◾Beetle Dune concept is a potential version of the design icon
◾Customized design and ski rack at the rear
Wolfsburg / Detroit, January 2014 - The Beetle is a phenomenon, regardless of where it shows up in the world: People are always happy to see this car, whether it's the coupe or the Convertible. With the world premiere of the Beetle Dune at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Volkswagen is giving the public the chance to see a Beetle with a cool and rugged offro...[Read more...]|
|VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE TURBO AND JETTA GLI RECEIVE POWER BOOST|
| ||- New EA888 Gen 3 engine, produced in Silao, Mexico, makes its U.S. debut
- Engine offers 10 hp increase over previous Gen 2 powerplant
- Beetle models have a manufacturer estimated fuel economy improvement of up to eight percent on the combined cycle
- Beetle R-Line® coupe will be priced from $30,135 with the six-speed manual transmission
Herndon, VA - The Volkswagen Beetle Turbo, Beetle Turbo Convertible, and the Jetta GLI receive a number of running changes to 2013 model year car...[Read more...]|
|Commemorative Poster For 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance Features Ford Family Lincolns|
|Event Posters Also Celebrate Aston Martin and Porsche 911
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. (April 16, 2013) -- When Edsel B. Ford II came upon the 1956 Lincoln Continental MK II last year, he admired the long lines and elegant custom styling of the automobile, but he didn't immediately recognize it. Imagine his surprise when he learned the car had, in fact, belonged to his mother, Anne, as evidenced by the original owner's manual inscribed with her name.
In all fairness, Edsel was just...[Read more...]|
|Concours d'Elegance of America Announces Official Charities|
|The Board of Directors of the Concours d'Elegance of America has announced that the College for Creative Studies (CCS), Leader Dogs for the Blind and Hospice of Michigan will be its charitable beneficiaries at the 2012 Concours d'Elegance of America at St. John's.
Concours' Director and Chief Judge, Bill Parfet explained, 'To further celebrate the heritage of Detroit, a portion of the proceeds of the Concours d'Elegance of America at St. John's is designated for local educational and charita...[Read more...]|