Cleaning top priority for dealerships, public transit

by admin | on Mar 28

New standards of cleanliness are emerging at dealerships and public transit centers to help protect customers and employees from exposure

COVID-19 is ruining the timing for eagerly awaited new models

by admin | on Mar 28

With factories furloughed and showrooms shuttered, automakers are having to rethink go-to-market strategies for several key models.

FCA, Italy's top dealer enact temporary closures under virus pressure

by admin | on Mar 11

The automaker will halt operations for several days at some of its Italian plants, and the country's largest dealer will

VW will start search for new CFO, report says

by admin | on Feb 20

VW Group CFO Frank Witter, who was instrumental in steering the automaker through the diesel scandal that cost the company

Groups call on U.S. lawmakers to develop ‘meaningful legislation' for AVs

by admin | on Feb 11

Officials from trade groups, including the newly formed Alliance for Automotive Innovation, urged U.S. lawmakers to enact autonomous vehicle legislation

At BMW, flexible architecture is a must

by admin | on Feb 3

The German automaker launched a purpose-built electric vehicle with the i3, which arrived in 2013. Since then, the strategy has shifted.

Innovative CT6 becomes another Cadillac relic

by admin | on Feb 2

The brand's flagship sedan -- a car that arrived with lofty promises and unique technology -- has been killed off

A closer look at 2019 U.S. auto sales

by admin | on Jan 13

U.S. light-vehicle sales topped 17 million for an unprecedented fifth consecutive year. Here are some numbers that stand out.

A new pragmatic focus on helping drivers, not replacing them

by admin | on Jan 13

Visions of fully self-driving robotaxis have given way to the more-immediate prospect of widely used advanced driver-assist technology.

Flow of tips keeps UAW on the defensive

by admin | on Jan 11

Federal agents are reportedly investigating a tip that President Rory Gamble and former VP Jimmy Settles accepted bribes, but both

Lots of teens are still shunning cars

by admin | on Jan 8

Newly released data from the Federal Highway Administration shows the percentage of American teenagers with licenses to drive have more

Photos of the year: Miscellany

by admin | on Dec 30

Tornado damage in Missouri, a Tesla miscue, a suspended Corvette and production of the last Chevy Cruze.



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