GM Korea becomes latest cost target
A restructuring of GM's Korean operation could combine elements of its Australia strategy — where it quit manufacturing but remained in the consumer market — and its India strategy, where it kept manufacturing for export, but abandoned the consumer market.
VW packs 268 hp in new Arteon flagship sedan
The successor to the discontinued CC, the Arteon is more than 5 inches longer than the outgoing car and is set to arrive in U.S. dealerships in the third quarter.
Kia freshens Ceed with new look, better handling
Kia hopes new technologies, a "more self-confident" design and better driving dynamics will gives its new Ceed a boost in Europe's compact car segment against rivals such as the VW Golf and Ford Focus.
Jaguar revives D-Type roadster as a 'once-in-a-lifetime' project
Jaguar will build 25 modern versions of the 1950s D-Type sports car. The roadster is part of the brand's program to re-issue its most iconic models.
City-slickers and F-150 Junior: What people are saying about '19 Ford Ranger
One of the bigger debuts at the 2018 Detroit auto show was the 2019 Ford Ranger. The newest Ranger is larger in size this time around and will compete against the likes of the Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon and Toyota Tacoma once it reaches dealerships next year. Ford officials are positioning the pickup as a lifestyle vehicle that appeals to younger, active buyers who may not want the herculean hauling capabilities — and higher price tag — of a full-size F-150.
An American-sized Jeep, but not America-bound
Jeep has revealed images of the seven-seat Grand Commander SUV, carving out a niche above the Grand Cherokee in size if not in price or performance.
Sports cars, SUV coming, Lotus says
Lotus has revealed plans for two sports cars set to arrive in 2020.
Chicago show features freshened Ford, snow-friendly Nissan
A freshened version of Ford's Transit Connect small van, a wild one-off roadster/snowmobile and the U.S. debut of Volkswagen's new flagship sedan will headline the Chicago Auto Show.
Can the hardy Tacoma climb this hill?
A competitive barrage in midsize pickups could be tough for the Toyota Tacoma, the segment leader for more than a decade. Or it could be an opportunity for the burly Toyota to kick sand in the face of yet another challenger.
Mercedes A-class launch will follow CLA model
Mercedes-Benz will go after new customers when it launches the A-class sedan in the U.S. late this year.
BMW cleaning up its design
With its 2018 debuts, BMW is kicking off a new chapter of styling, design chief Adrian van Hooydonk says. It starts with the X2.
Daimler focuses on battery EVs, keeps hand in fuel cells
Daimler is hedging its bets by keeping hydrogen fuel cell technology in development.
Daimler's Wagener just says no to consumer input
Daimler design chief Gorden Wagener is no fan of product clinics. Wagener avoided asking customers what they wanted in a redesign of the iconic Mercedes-Benz G-class SUV.
Mazda pitches Skyactiv-3 engine tech to rival EVs
Mazda is developing a gasoline-powered Skyactiv-3 engine it says will be as clean as an electric vehicle.
Z-car? 'Working on it'
Rumors of the death of Nissan's Z are greatly exaggerated.
Schreyer, Stinger help cement Kia's new image
With the Stinger sports sedan, Kia's head of design says, "we have the crown on the model range" and an influencer for the brand's bread-and-butter products.
Lexus may ride LF-1 to higher ground
Rather than follow Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Jaguar into less-expensive, entry-luxury territory to boost its sales volumes, Lexus aims to stake out more ground in the upper tiers of luxury.