American Auto News Update from PowerBlock TV
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Ford wants to depend less on fossil fuels
Ford announced today that they’re teaming up with other companies to work on developing the use of 100% plant-based PET materials and fiber in their products in an effort to reduce the use of fossil fuels. Ford is partnering with Coca-Cola, H.J. Heinz, NIKE and Procter & Gamble.
GM introduces rear-wheel drive sedan
For the first time in 17 years, General Motors will introduce a rear-wheel drive Chevy performance sedan for the U.S. Market. According to the Chicago Tribune, GM has plans to sell a limited number of full-size sedans with a V-8 engine called the Chevrolet SS. It’s expected to reach dealerships in late 2013.
Who leads in sales for the month of May?
For the Month of May, Ford Mustang sold more vehicles than any rear-wheel drive performance car, beating out the Chevy Camaro and Dodge Challenger.
By the numbers for May:
Ford Mustang: 10,427
Chevy Camaro: 9,023
Dodge Challenger: 4,816
Though the Mustang was ahead for the month of May, they’re still 2,213 units behind the Chevy Camaro for the year.