Automotive News Table of Contents
General Motors will begin offering extended bumper-to-bumper limited warranties on new vehicles, an offer that has some franchised dealers uneasy.
Porsche faces a future in which its signature engines are replaced by electric motors. The automaker's retailers are suiting up for the challenge.
Ford has had a tough time getting others to understand and gain confidence in the early stages of CEO Jim Hackett's companywide restructuring, and salaried workers are now wondering about their future with the company as cuts loom.
In taking control of parent Volkswagen and its namesake marque across North America, Scott Keogh again faces a struggle to lift a German brand.
Automotive News is conducting a survey of women currently working in the auto industry to discover if the conversation on sexism in the workplace has changed in the last year.
Big shifts are coming to the auto retail world, and dealers say they're getting ready for them. But don't fall for all the fantastical forecasts you hear, they caution.
The two top German luxury brands were nearly neck-and-neck going into the fourth quarter, with Mercedes-Benz eyeing a third consecutive year atop the U.S. luxury market.
A Genesis spokesman told Automotive News the first G70s have been shipped, and that the brand is expecting 100 to 200 dealers to have them by the end of the year.
A manager's skepticism may have helped prevent his dealership from being victimized by what prosecutors say was an identity-theft and car-trafficking ring with expensive taste that managed to fool at least five other stores in suburban New York City.
Both Brexit and the USMCA have the potential of redrawing the map when it comes to the complex web of vehicle and component production.
Ford engineer Ed Krenz talks the future of the Ford Edge ST.
Opel, General Motors' former European unit, said last week it plans to stop producing the Buick Cascada in 2019.
Brose's PACE Award-winning hands-free liftgate had to work properly when its sensors identified a proper kicking motion -- and ignore everything else.
A roundup of buff-book reaction to what may have been the most important launch at the Paris auto show -- the redesigned BMW 3 series
Spy photos capture clearest shots yet of the upcoming Land Rover Defender, which will arrive on the scene i 2020.
Hyundai is looking to upend the notion that families with EVs need a gasoline-powered backup vehicle.
Volvo, with a bevy of new tools to ensure passenger safety, is shifting its safety strategy from passenger protection to accident prediction and avoidance, says the director of the Swedish carmaker's Car Safety Center.
Nissan introduces its 2019 Nissan Ultima.
Nissan's sixth-generation Altima leverages the largest investment in powertrain in the company's history.
A global software colossus wades deeper into the connected-car business.
While Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv are the unparalleled hot spots for advanced automotive tech, Detroit has quietly nurtured its own startups.
The news that microchips were implanted in server motherboards manufactured in China has one reader questioning electronic modifications of anything made in China.
America's days of leading the global automotive industry are long past, says one reader, and the U.S. is now hiding behind import tariffs.
When automakers skip out on auto shows, they shirk their shared responsibility to their dealers and send a cold message to their existing customers.
States should be allowed to set their own rules on emissions standards, writes one reader.
Tariff's have slowed Chinese auto manufacturers' plans for U.S. markets, but uncertainties remain about the future.
It's hard to answer the "why buy" question about General Motors' 2019 Chevrolet Silverado, with its four-cylinder engine and weak fuel economy ratings.
No one who has ever worked in Detroit's auto manufacturing sector could possibly be surprised by GM bringing Cadillac back home after a four-year foray in trendy Manhattan.
Jay Wolfe Toyota sought a more meaningful incentive than extended powertrain warranties, which customers rarely get to use.
The dealer featured this week is Olaf Gjovik, owner of Gjovik Chevrolet-Buick-GMC in Sandwich, Ill.
Faurecia chief Patrick Koller says new automakers are open to new approaches to interiors.
Automakers buy most of their steel in North America, but certain types — such as stainless and electrical steel — are imports subject to the 25 percent U.S. tariff.
Dana looks to many like an old-school maker of 20th century parts. Jim Kamsickas has a different vision.
South Korean supplier Hyundai Mobis, determined to catch up on self-driving technology, invested $300 million to equip its new proving grounds with multiple test tracks, including an intelligent transportation system course and what it calls the world's longest tunnel-testing area.
The Lexus program is aimed at attracting first-time luxury buyers who prize the flexibility of a shorter commitment and a simpler payment structure.
Europeans still are showing some love to wagons and hatchbacks even as sales of crossovers and SUVs boom, just as in the U.S. While these models won't be arriving stateside, they attracted attention (and some wishful thinking from American enthusiasts) during the Paris auto show this month.
Inventory levels have stabilized in a healthy range for most automakers over the last several months as companies continue to react to a slowing U.S. light-vehicle market by tapping the brakes on production.
"Question the hype." That's Wes Lutz's advice on prognostications of how primary transportation models will change.
Mark Del Rosso won't need any introductions to his dealer network when he becomes president of Audi of America on Dec. 1. They already know who he is and what he can do.
A new coffee table collection, Maestro: Bill Mitchell and the Iconic Cars of GM Styling, recalls icons of the 20th century.
Daimler CFO Bodo Uebber this month announced he will leave the company after Ola Kallenius was chosen as the next CEO.
Rolls-Royce debuted its new Privacy Suite at the Chengdu auto show in China recently. It's a partition meant to soundproof its passenger area from the driver's compartment.
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have new rides that might get some attention if a second U.S.-North Korea summit is held. Kim now has a Rolls-Royce. Trump has a new Cadillac.