In a few hours, Pontiac’s “Name the G8 Sport Truck”online competition will end so if any of you have any interesting ideas, you’d better hurry up and submit your proposition ASAP. Here at Carscoop we conducted our own “name the G8 pick-up truck” competition and we received many answers. However, there was one particular naming proposition submitted by an anonymous reader of ours that made us laugh hysterically: “How about Ute-r-us, to attract the female buyer?” Witty to say the least…Link: Pontiac
Duesmann was first reported to be leaving BMW back in mid-2018, but apparently, the deal took much longer to materialize .
GM says it offered the UAW more than $7 billion in investment and pay increases.
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The Mercedes-AMG One will use an F1-sourced powertrain, but the German brand has decided against competing in WEC with it.
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