BLOG: Douglas A. Bolduc
Why VW will not sell its new Polo subcompact in the U.S.
BLOG: Hannah Lutz
VW sees no profit in adding the Polo subcompact to a U.S. lineup dominated by SUVs and sedans.
More upside-down customers won't bring doom
BLOG: Richard Truett
With 32.8 percent of trade-ins on new-vehicle sales underwater and the negative equity amount at nearly $5,200 in the first quarter, the levels are shockingly high, but it's important to remember that multiple levers affect the overall state of the industry.
Jaguar ramps up, fine-tunes I-Pace to outduel Tesla
BLOG: Katie Burke
The launch of the upcoming Jaguar I-Pace will be interesting. Automakers usually avoid introducing a new vehicle on a new architecture powered by a new drivetrain.
At Waymo, it's lights out for 'Firefly'
BLOG: Zac Palmer
Waymo is trading in the pod car for more practical wheels.
Tesla Model 3: First detailed photos snapped at charging station
BLOG: Hannah Lutz
The Tesla Model 3 has been captured undisguised and out testing a long way from home.
Women and F&I -- let's talk
BLOG: Luca Ciferri
One finance director says most of the successful F&I managers she knows are women. Yet the assumption lingers that the F&I world is unwelcoming to women and mothers.
Data: Gold mine or land mine?
BLOG: Wesley Wren
Fully autonomous cars are coming and many automakers believe that these highly connected vehicles will offer lucrative returns from data that they hope to sell to tech companies.
Jaguar design boss keeps faith in a V-8-powered future
While unveiling his mural at the new National Transport Design Centre at Coventry University, Jaguar design boss Ian Callum talked with the British press about the sweeping change happening in the auto industry.