Audi's equal-pay spot helps brand top automakers in February Twitter engagementMon, 13, Mar 2017
From windstorm to tweet stormMon, 06, Mar 2017
Musk tweets that Tesla will run contest for homemade commercialsThu, 02, Mar 2017
F-150 Raptor, rally driver Ken Block drive Ford Twitter engagementThu, 19, Jan 2017
After a bit of back-and-forth between the Ford F-150 and Chevrolet Silverado, in December, the F-150 reclaimed its spot as the winner of the Twitter engagement race among pickups in December, according to ListenFirst Media.
Trump, embracing Twitter again, presses automakers to build in U.S.Sun, 15, Jan 2017
Trump threatens 'big border tax' on GM over Chevy Cruze productionTue, 03, Jan 2017
President-elect Donald Trump today blasted General Motors and threatened to impose a "big border tax" for making its Chevy Cruze model in Mexico. However, the automaker reiterated that Cruzes built there will mostly go to the domestic market and that it will continue to build the compact in the U.S.
Nissan leads Twitter engagement among auto brands for second consecutive monthWed, 07, Dec 2016
For the second month in a row, Nissan took first place in the Twitter engagement race for automotive brands, wielding the power of the GTR in its most popular November tweet, according to ListenFirst Media.
What to make of these Fiat tweets?Mon, 28, Nov 2016
Ford's trumped-up tweet leads to Twitter engagement win in SeptemberFri, 07, Oct 2016
Jaguar Land Rover extends the Jeep Wave via TwitterMon, 05, Sep 2016
When Jeep drivers greet each other on the road, they often do so with a silent, friendly gesture known as the Jeep Wave Last week, as Jeep entered India officially for the first time in its 75-year history, the brand received an equivalent gesture from rival Jaguar Land Rover, via Twitter.
Corvette zooms past sports cars in Twitter engagement for JulyFri, 05, Aug 2016
The Chevrolet Corvette blew past all other sports cars in the Twitter engagement race in July. The Corvette Stingray was followed by the Ford Mustang, Audi R8, Porsche 911 and Nissan GTR, according to ListenFirst Media, a New York company that analyzes conversations around brands and vehicles on Twitter.