AD #1241 – Ford Changes Accounting Methods, Beyond the BRICs, Aston: No Hybrids for You!

published 7 years ago by John McElroy

Ford is significantly changing the way it conducts cost accounting for developing new vehicles. Car sales in emerging markets could lead to the industry producing 100 million new vehicles annually by the end of the decade. Aston Martin’s CEO says you won’t see a hybrid in any of its vehicles anytime soon. All that and more, plus a look at Ram Trucks new 6.4L HEMI engine.

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