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It's a case of Audi technology outstripping humans' ability to keep up, and it may be up to the U.S. Congress to resolve it.
A year after a New York dealership won a court battle over GM's use of sales-effectiveness ratings, the ruling's impact is still reverberating across the country.
The new Kona subcompact crossover will carry on its little shoulders the task of launching an entirely new design language for Hyundai's CUVs.
Shau-wai Lam was at NAMAD's annual conference last week interviewing candidates for the Automotive Minority Dealer Academy, a program supported by Lithia Motors.
The Honda Accord, like its contemporaries, will have an uphill battle in enticing buyers to choose sedans over other segments. Utility vehicles have virtually eliminated the gap in fuel efficiency, cost and ride quality.
The first Technology in Motion summit, to be held Sept. 6-8 in Detroit, will offer auto entrepreneurs pitch competitions, hackathons and a "startup village."
Twice in about seven years, Ford has significantly changed its product plan for the Michigan Assembly Plant. It's a process that costs billions in construction, new machinery and worker retraining.
Porsche appears more immune than most to the looming disruption that is worrying the world's automobile manufacturers. But that's not how the company's leaders view it.
Audi is redesigning its human-machine interfaces across its lineup, beginning with the A8, to incorporate haptic feedback, which the brand views as an added safety measure.
Jaguar's performance-oriented E-Pace compact crossover will sit in one of the market's hottest segments with a starting price under $40,000, and loaded with connectivity and safety features.
Henrik Fisker says VLF has access to "more than enough" Vipers through a partnership with race car driver Ben Keating.
In 1975, Alberto Bombassei organized a meeting that turned out to be the big break for the company his father, Emilio, and Italo Breda started in 1961.
In 1914, Detroit blacksmith and carriage maker August Fruehauf was given a challenge that led to the creation of a new industry.
Ed Welburn was the first person to oversee all of GM's design centers around the world. He also can claim more than a few notable cars as well, including the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and show-stopping concepts such as the Cadillac Ciel and Buick Avista.
At 75, the Hall of Fame inductee has no plan to retire from his wide-ranging empire -- or to slow down.
There's something in the air at Land Rover South Dade: A custom-made scent that sets an upscale mood for shoppers.
Dealers featured this week include David and Rick Parker, co-owners of Parker Cadillac in Little Rock, Ark.; and John Carroll of Ed Carroll Motor Co. in Fort Collins, Colo.
The first production vehicle to come out of Hyundai's N performance line is a hot hatch aimed squarely at Volkswagen's Golf GTI, but not at Americans.
Rarely do we talk about a single vehicle being critical to the mission and possibly the survival of a car company. Yet that is a fair description of the Tesla Model 3.
In heavy manufacturing, you don't just dump all those machines and foundries and everything associated with an engine program. So what happens to all that money invested in internal combustion engines?
For Volvo and the industry, there may be no turning back from a future not based on internal combustion engines.
Industry players hope the CFPB's new arbitration rule will never take effect, and they may be right. But it's also unlikely to disappear immediately.
In Wayne, Mich., Mayor Susan Rowe is considering selling City Hall to help close a $500,000 budget deficit that she blames partly on Ford.
New vehicles will have more lights and cameras to keep clean with windshield fluid, but environmental concerns weigh on automakers and their customers.
The Spanish mirror supplier says a new initiative aimed at identifying promising companies "goes beyond venture capital."
Automakers seeking better fuel economy are asking suppliers for innovations to help reduce engine friction.
Don Stebbins talks about the supplier's $715 million deal to buy its German competitor and where it goes next.
Scott Keogh, CEO of Audi of America says the brand's dealer network, could get involved in the brand's on-demand mobility experiment down the road.
KC Crain, group publisher of Automotive News, has been named president of parent Crain Communications Inc. after longtime President Rance Crain, 78, sold his 50 percent stake in the family business.
Of the U.S. industry's total inventory growth of 354,200 units in the past year, General Motors has added 272,700 units. All other carmakers added 81,500, up 2.6 percent.
Audi catches Chrysler as its winning streak pushes on toward eight years.
Last year, Chevrolet showed that a metal toolbox dropped into the bed of the aluminum-bodied Ford F-150 could tear the lightweight metal. Ford's new Super Duty also switched to aluminum, and now Chevy is back with the same toolbox, the same test and — you guessed it — the same results.
Wow, the stuff that goes on in the back seats of cars. Now a new chapter in this long, storied history of second-row steaminess in American automobiles.
Former Automotive News Staff Reporter Arlena Sawyers received a lifetime achievement award from the National Association of Minority Automobile Dealers.
Toyota launches the redesigned Camry in Japan under the banner "Beautiful Monster" in a bid to break the mold and rekindle sagging sedan sales.
The robo-taxi industry will have to absorb a key lesson about working for Lyft. People are disgusting. They have a nasty habit of throwing up in moving vehicles.