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Chevrolet's Sonic and Trax embody the speed at which consumer tastes have shifted from cars to crossovers.
Mercedes has confirmed to dealers that it will introduce the A-class sedan in the U.S. in 2018. It will become the brand's new entry-level model slotting below the CLA.
Management consultants say the structure isn't unique in the auto industry and is part of a growing wave of car companies looking to break down hierarchies.
More than 600 business leaders will gather for the second annual Automotive News Leading Women Conference at The Henry in Dearborn, Mich., on Nov. 2.
Hyundai's U.S. dealers are getting something they desperately want and need, a new subcompact crossover. That's the good news.
Buy-sell deals between Jaguar and Land Rover dealers continue, but grow increasingly complex as the automaker pushes for consolidation and renovation.
Why didn't the microcar brand work out as expected in the U.S., and can it succeed with just EVs?
Two senators are pushing for mandatory federal standards to defend vehicles against hackers. Automakers want a more flexible approach.
The automaker and the autonomous-driving company it acquired operate in separate spheres, but are still collaborating.
Mercedes leaders say the increase could move the brand closer to a 50-50 sales mix of cars and light trucks for the year, and get inventory more in line with consumer demand.
Subaru is upgrading its camera-based system to get limited self-driving capabilities on the highway and during low-speed traffic jams.
An undisguised Tesla Model 3, which goes into production next month, was photographed charging outside a restaurant near Coalinga, Calif.
Don't call the new BMW 6-series Gran Turismo, which goes on sale in U.S. this fall, a successor to the 5-series GT.
The Fisker EMotion will boast a 400-mile range and a nine-minute charge, with autonomous and connected capabilities, Henrik Fisker says.
Jaguar released photos and details of its new midsize wagon last week, touting its sports-car dynamics and sleek looks.
Nissan's Frontier Attack concept, based on the Frontier, is inspired by extreme monster trucks and is powered by a 2.3-liter diesel engine.
Automakers and technology companies are increasingly anxious for Congress to get moving on policies for the development and testing of self-driving technology.
FCA told dealers this month to stock up on the Dodge Grand Caravan because production will go on a hiatus in mid-August and won't resume until December.
The changes come as FCA seeks to keep consumers interested in what is the oldest product lineup of any major automaker.
Vehicles with turbocharged engines accounted for about 23 percent of GM's U.S. sales last year, up from about 12 percent in 2010.
Right now it is being whispered: The recession is coming, the recession is coming. It may be a good time to take a look at your operation and see about cutting the fat.
Bigger is better only if it adds value and efficiency for dealers.
Does data generated by autonomous vehicles really provide carmakers with a “$1 trillion opportunity”?
The mess at Fremont shows that in terms of managing a factory, Tesla is not at the cutting edge, but surprisingly behind the times.
For better or worse, many industries will feel the diminishing dominance of human-driven, gasoline-powered vehicles.
Bosch wants to use its muscle as the world’s biggest supplier to become the world biggest electromobility supplier.
An immediate but back-breaking response helped bring back a little Texas supplier after it burned -- saving Honda and Fiat Chrysler from a bad spring.
Local Motors wants to shake up how vehicles are built. So how do Detroit's traditional suppliers feel about that?
That's the number of U.S. workers employed in engineering or manufacturing fuel-efficient vehicle parts or technologies.
A giant in vehicle microprocessors, Renesas prepares to go after the autonomous vehicle.
Amazon aims to rapidly expand its presence in the auto industry through Alexa, its voice-enabled intelligent personal assistant.
At Freeman Toyota, employees can bring infants to work for one year. It helps the mother manage childcare and lifts employees' spirits.
Honda and its U.S. customers have been craving a high-profile, enthusiast-oriented car like the Civic Type R for years.
Honda is following the playbook of brands such as Porsche and Chevy that use countless iterations and special editions of a single model to juice sales.
Its volumes remain roughly half those of BMW’s small-car brand Mini.
One will stick with selling the two-seaters, hoping for an uptick in electric-car sales. The other says it’s time to say goodbye.
In this Q&A, dealer Steve Kalafer addresses strains in dealer-factory relations at Nissan, Volkswagen and other automakers.
German luxury rivals BMW and Daimler have each made new investments in mobility companies, and Ford Motor Co. has opened a smart mobility office in the U.K.
Dealers featured this week include Nick Smith, CEO of Bev Smith Toyota in Fort Pierce, Fla.; and Dealer principal Dan McQuillen of McQuillen Chevrolet-Buick-GMC in Girard, Pa.
Karl-Thomas Neumann's resignation from Opel immediately touched off speculation about where he might land.
Not all automated vehicles will drive on roads. They may be in the sky, and sooner than many people think.
General Motors veteran Steve Eum, who left the SAIC-GM-Wuling Auto joint venture in China last year as design director, will join Chery as design chief.
Strong sales of the Honda Civic 5-door may have rescued the company's plant in the U.K.
Waymo has traded in its koala-faced prototype for more practical wheels.