California considers its own ban on combustion-engine cars
The internal combustion engine's days could be numbered in California, where officials are mulling whether a ban on sales of polluting autos is needed to achieve long-term...
Ford Ranger interior spied during testing
The interior of the 2019 Ford Ranger may look similar to that of the midsize pickup now sold in markets outside the U.S.
Barra supports Trump STEM education initiative
GM's CEO is voicing support for a new initiative by the Trump administration to support STEM education.
2018 Corvette likely to feature convertible, automatic transmission, spy photos suggest
Spy photos indicate the seventh-generation Chevrolet Corvette will include a convertible version and be offered with an automatic transmission.
Uber says it will pull out of Quebec
Uber Technologies said that it will stop operating in the Canadian province of Quebec next month, pulling out to avoid following tough new regulations announced last week.
Chevy dealers brace for Unifor strike impact
U.S. dealers are hopeful a strike at a Canadian plant that produces the Chevrolet Equinox can be resolved before low inventories of the top-selling crossover impact business.
Toyota needs these Japanese startups on the road to robocars
Toyota's investments in Tokyo startups PKSHA Technology and Preferred Networks comes as software starts to rival the motor as the most important thing inside a car.
Self-driving car advocates launch ad campaign to prod Congress
A coalition of supporters of self-driving cars will run ads this week in social media and Washington newspapers, in an effort to convince Congress to adopt sweeping...
EV push could lead to copper shortage, mining group says
A global push by automakers toward electric vehicles could lead to shortages in raw materials, including copper, mining group BHP said.
Volvo adds XC90 to first U.S. plant, will boost investment to $1.1 billion
Volvo Cars will double down its bet on its upcoming U.S. factory by adding production of its next-generation XC90 crossover and boosting investment to a total of $1.1 billion.
Subaru to show performance sedan concept in Tokyo
Subaru goes emotional and dynamic with a new semiautonomous performance concept sedan to be unveiled at next month's Tokyo Motor Show.
Striking GM Canada workers struggle with NAFTA realities
A lot has changed for Canada's auto workers since 1996. They say the timing is right to take a stand.
Cadillac's Project Pinnacle loosens up
Cadillac has modified standards to allow a smoother transition into the long-term retailer network strategy, which has been a point of contention between some dealers and...
The new book of Genesis
Chapter and verse illuminate the origins and philosophy of the world's newest luxury contender with inspirational meditations and artsy photos.
GM's IT overhaul transforms dealerships, too
A myriad of dealership initiatives have been spawned from GM's "IT transformation" that started in 2012 and is now in its second phase of "next-generation innovation."
Keep an eye on Blockchain
The digital payment platform could become a key part of future mobility services.
Jaguar Land Rover said to scout for luxury brand, tech company deals
Jaguar Land Rover is scouting to buy rival luxury brands to diversify the range of vehicles it sells, and tech companies to help it boost its move into EVs and autonomous...
Mexico's unshakable auto industry
The lessons of a 1985 earthquake, which killed an estimated 10,000, laid the foundation for a nation that takes things like building codes much more seriously.
Could the Amazon of auto retail be Amazon itself?
Auto dealerships could be the next steppingstone in Amazon's path to dominance.
Mini hires new ad agency team, plots personalized ads
Mini has hired a new advertising agency team as it takes a more personalized marketing approach to pump up its small cars in today's SUV world.
New execs, different worlds
Both Henio Arcangeli Jr. and Kyung Soo "Kenny" Lee are new U.S. chiefs of two Asian brands and the third person in less than a year to fill his respective role.
BMW to market top-tier models with new logo
As BMW rolls out new models, the company will reposition the top of its lineup with a new logo and marketing efforts.
VW, PSA, Volvo, others adopt 48-volt mild hybrids in response to diesel decline
Automakers in Europe are adopting 48-volt mild hybrids to reduce CO2 emissions in response to diesel's faster-than-expected decline.
GM, Unifor resume talks as CAMI strike continues
Canadian union Unifor met with General Motors on Sunday and presented a "comprehensive" labor proposal to the company in an attempt to end the week-long strike at CAMI...
Lincoln enjoys Continental lift
A dealership general manager says his used-car lot is full of BMW 7-series sedans that buyers have traded in for the Continental.
Can Lexus recapture the spirit of '89?
The stakes are high as Lexus tries to pivot from cushy, reliable cars and crossovers to more emotional, hard-charging vehicles that set the bar rather than resting on their...
The next marketing challenge: Targeting
Targeting which consumers to pitch, via which media and with which message is the step in marketing, speakers at the Automotive News Marketing 360 conference said.
Panamera wagon orders please Porsche execs
The U.S. order book for the redesigned Porsche Panamera includes a strong 10 percent take rate for the Sport Turismo wagon coming early next year.
Jaguar's F-Type replacement is a go, and it will be electrified
In the era of SUVS, Jaguar isn't giving up on sports cars.
Under Geely, Lotus could expand range
Lotus' new Chinese owner has a vision for the U.K. sports car brand -- Porsche-like range expansion.