Can Kuhnt get BMW back on track?
BMW dealers say they need fresh product, more trucks, competitive lease rates and a return to the "Ultimate Driving Machine" days. They're looking at Bernhard Kuhnt for help.
Congress takes field in Barcelona
The European auto industry's movers and shakers gathered in Barcelona, Spain, for the Automotive News Europe Congress on June 20-21. They heard speakers and panelists discuss the future of the industry, mobility, changing consumer tastes and more.
Body-on-frame trucks refuse to die
Think body-on-frame trucks are relics of the past? Nope. They're wildly popular, and profitable.
Mexican auto suppliers strategize for NAFTA talks
While President Donald Trump points the finger at automakers making cars south of the border, the Mexican auto parts sector has even more at stake.
Cupholders: Still being perfected
Is there an odd/unusual problem reported by a consumer that stands out more than any other? Cupholders!
But how good is his monologue?
Andrew Farah, General Motors' technology chief for autonomous vehicles, held his own on 'Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me'.
Wanted: JLR job candidates who've got game
Jaguar Land Rover is the lastest company to use online puzzles and games to assess the talent of job applicants.
Subaru safety push targets Japan's accident patterns
Subaru's new safety technologies came in response to a very Japanese problem: Vehicle accidents involving pedestrians and seniors are more common in Japan than elsewhere.
Kia pads crossover family with tiny Stonic
The subcompact Stonic, based on the same new small crossover platform as the Hyundai Kona, will slot below the Sportage in Kia's CUV lineup.
Jaguar's compact E-Pace crossover coming in '18
The E-Pace compact crossover will become Jaguar's second utility vehicle next year, after the F-Pace. A third crossover, the battery-powered I-Pace, will join Jaguar's lineup after the E-Pace, but also next year.
Honda previews 2018 Accord
Honda is determined to make the midsize car engaging again with its next-generation Accord.
'18 Camry adds power, mpg
The re-engineered 2018 Toyota Camry will feature a big bump in fuel economy and horsepower with a new base engine and new 8-speed transmission.
Ford cuts the small car down to size
Starting next year, Ford will go about a year without building a single Focus for North America — and the market may not even notice. Slumping sales have turned the car into an imported afterthought.
Mercedes' G Wagen proves immortal
Mercedes-Benz's box-on-wheels endures, despite the brand's decision to kill it.
Body on frame vs. unibody: Pros and cons
A primer on body-on-frame vs. unibody construction.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Germans build here,
take profits home
Most of the German automakers' engineers work and live in Germany and all the profit they accumulate from Americans goes back to their home country.
Focus makes it clear: Small cars still a conundrum
Ford's decision to move production of the Focus to China shows that automakers continue to grapple with building small cars that can be sold profitably in the U.S.
ZF and Hella seek 'easy and open' alliance
The deal, which focuses on radar and camera technology critical to self-driving vehicles, is "three sheets of paper," says ZF CEO Stefan Sommer.
Obituaries for Vic Edelbrock Jr., head of the high-performance auto parts company bearing his family's name, and Ralph Mahalak, a former dealer with stories in Michigan and Florida.
Honda says it will be difficult to recoup billions spent recalling Takata airbags
Honda says Takata's bankruptcy will make it difficult for the automaker to recoup billions of dollars it has spent to recall defective airbag inflators.
TIMELINE: Takata's airbag crisis began in 2008
Here is a recap of Takata's airbag recall crisis that culminated with the supplier's bankruptcy filings in the U.S. and Japan on Sunday: