The year in autos 2012 brought a recession in Japan, recovery in the U.S., and recalls everywhere. Volkswagen reigned supreme in Europe while General Motors stayed on top in the U.S. -- but Toyota reclaimed the Number One spot worldwide. Next year is looking equally eventful. Here are a few guesses -- some serious and some not so serious -- about what to expect in MotorWorld in 2013:
Management changes, backpedaling, and a new sales contender. Some automakers had a great 2012, and some would like to move on to 2013.
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