On this edition of “Autoline After Hours” we have a man who is literally a living legend in the industry
Gary S. Vasilash
Transportation Editor, Gardner Business Media
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV confirms it has proposed a merger with Renault SA that would combine the two companies under a Dutch holding company equally owned by each partner’s shareholders.
Kenichi Yamamoto, the engineer who led Mazda Motor Corp.’s rotary engine program, died on Dec. 20 at the age of 95.
The Automotive Hall of Fame is adding former Ford CEO Alan Mulally, longtime consumer advocate Ralph Nader, automotive pioneer Bertha Benz and engineering great Roy Lunn to its honor roll this year.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV will reopen the Walter P. Chrysler Museum in June.
Tom Kowaleski, the public relations ace who arranged to have a Jeep crash through a giant window at the Detroit auto show more than 20 years ago, is dead at age 63.
General Motors Co. has hired Steve Harris, who headed its corporate public relations during the company's bankruptcy, to help it deal with backlash from its recall of 2.6 million cars with defective ignition switches.