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Toyota's Lentz: Tariff would depress industry

President-elect Donald Trump's threatened border tax on autos and auto parts coming into the U.S. would depress the entire industry, said Jim Lentz, CEO of Toyota Motor North America.

Mexico reinstates official to deal with Trump

A Mexican official who resigned in disgrace over a clumsy outreach to Donald Trump last summer is now back as the point man in the Mexican government's effort to stabilize the high-stakes relationship with the U.S.

Lincoln triples China sales

Ford's Lincoln luxury brand set a sales record in China in 2016, increasing threefold from a year ago. Lincoln sold 32,558 vehicles in the world’s largest auto market last year, compared to 11,630 sold in 2015.

A look back at 64 years of top stories

See what Automotive News staff has chosen as the top news story each year since 1953, from a fire destroying GM's suburban Detroit Hydra-matic plant 64 years ago to 2016's election of Donald Trump.

Toyota doubles down on emerging markets

Toyota is pushing to outflank rivals from Detroit, Europe and Seoul in the last great untapped markets: Emerging nations of Latin America, India, Africa and beyond.

The world's longest, toughest test drive

Toyota’s Five Continents Drive is a seven-year, 130,000-mile, worldwide gambit, devised by CEO Akio Toyoda to reboot the world's biggest carmaker. Automotive News had an exclusive front-row seat on the latest trek along some of earth’s most punishing roads.