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We drove a stunning $160,000 Maserati convertible with a Ferrari engine to see if it’s worth the money — here’s the verdict
The Maserati GranTurismo Convertible Sport, sold as the GranCabrio in some markets, starts at $150,380. Our test car's upgraded interior pushed the as-test price to $158,965. The GranTurismo is powered by a 454 horsepower, Ferrari-built V8 engine.
GM, Ford, and Chrysler almost died a decade ago during the financial crisis — here’s how the auto giants have changed since
The US auto industry almost died a decade ago amidst the worst financial crises since the Great Depression, Each of the "Big Three" automakers — Ford, GM, and Chrysler — took their individual path to recovery.
Kelley Blue Blue released the data for the best-selling pick-up trucks in America in 2018. More than 1.4 million pick-up trucks have been sold so far this year and the top-3 best-selling trucks in 2018 are the Ford F-Series, Chevrolet Silverado, and Ram Pickup.
Former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne had reportedly been undergoing treatment for an illness a year before his death
The Wall Street Journal reported a statement from University Hospital Zurich saying that former FCA and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne had been undergoing treatment before passing away on Wednesday. FCA issued a statement saying that it was unaware of the seriousness of Marchionne's illness.
The auto industry has been predicting a downturn, but GM, Ford, and FCA might have sent a unified signal to Trump that if changes aren't made fast, the slide could arrive ahead of schedule. The big three all lowered 2018 profit forecasts.
Both GM and FCA stock took losses in the markets after reporting second-quarter earnings. The CFOs of both automakers addressed higher steel costs due to Trump's tariffs. GM and FCA cut full-year profit guidance.
Fiat Chrysler shares plunge 11% after auto giant cuts 2018 guidance — hours after death of former CEO
Fiat Chrysler said that it expects net revenues of between €115 billion and €118 billion in 2018, down from the previous forecast of €125 billion.
Former Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne, a legend of the modern auto industry, has died at 66 after shoulder surgery
Former FCA and Ferrari CEO Sergio Marchionne has died at 66. He had reportedly been in a coma in intensive care in a Zurich hospital after complications from surgery. Marchionne was an auto-industry legend, leading a turnaround at Fiat and taking Chrysler from bankruptcy to renewed prosperity.
The Detroit big three are expected to report solid revenues and profits — although GM and Ford could see declines from the second-quarter of 2017. FCA will have new CEO Mike Manley overseeing earnings after Sergio Marchionne fell ill.
An Italian media outlet has reported Sergio Marchionne has been admitted to intensive care at a hospital in Switzerland. Marchionne, 66, fell ill after shoulder surgery and was replaced over the weekend as CEO of FCA and also Ferrari.