Episode 643 - Supply Shortages Hit U.S., Saab Finds New Investor, Toyota & VW Ban Tobacco

published 9 years ago by John McElroy

Major automotive retailers in the U.S. are running out of inventory because of production disruptions in Japan due to the earthquake. Saab says it now has another last minute deal with Chinese automaker, Pangda which will reportedly pay $92 million for 24% of Saab. Toyota and Volkswagen have banned tobacco use at two of their plants in the U.S. All that and more, plus a look at a website Johnson Controls just launched that's designed to educate consumers about the benefits of hybrid cars.

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