GM and FCA should consider a smaller merger that could still save them billions of dollars, and maybe lure Ford into the deal.Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne would love to see his company merge with General Motors. But GM's board of directors essentially told him to go pound sand. So now what? The boardroom battle started when Mr. Marchionne published a study called Confessions of a Capital
In the world of race engineering, reducing total weight is good, but reducing unsprung weight is flippin' fantastic. That's the reason Ford is pushing the envelope in terms of technology for the Shelby GT350R's wheels. Joining the likes of Koenigsegg in the offering, Ford has teamed with Australian outfit Carbon Revolution to produce the CF rollers en masse for the first time. Destined for the
Sergio Marchionne will preach the benefits of mergers to anyone who'll listen, but his calls for industry consolidation may be falling on deaf ears. At least, that is, the ears of those who the Fiat Chrysler chief would most like to bend. Not only is General Motors uninterested, but according to The Detroit News, neither are Toyota or Ford. "It's something we would not be interested in,"
Fire is rarely a good thing. When it comes to cars, controlled explosions are great. Fire spitting out of the exhaust pipe looks awesome. But when flames start to appear on the outside of the engine, things can quickly turn catastrophic. One owner of a 2016 Ford Shelby GT350 found this out the hard way when his car burst into flames at 120 miles per hour while attending a track day at Georgia's