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Mark Fields' hefty profits at Ford Motor Co. weren't enough to keep him in the CEO chair.
Automakers rationalize racing as a proving ground for performance and safety technology. I totally buy that, even for brands that make mainstream family haulers.
I got into a Chevrolet Bolt last week, and, as promised, it solves — well, mostly solves — one problem with electric vehicles. But it doesn't eliminate a second problem.
Behind the scenes at the New York auto show, industry executives were grappling with questions about cars. How low will their market share go, amid hot crossovers and SUVs? How to reignite the appeal of cars?
Genesis' brand boss believes the industry ultimately will shift to fuel cell powertrains. Not everyone agrees.
The Lucid Air drew scant attention at the New York auto show. But Lucid's chief technology officer says the four-door electric vehicle is markedly superior to the cars of his previous company: Tesla.
It happened again last week. President Donald Trump turned his attention to the auto industry, and, sure enough, an automaker coughed up plans to add jobs in the U.S. Sort of.
News editor Dave Guilford elucidates his vision of the car of the future.
There's a new General Motors today aggressively reshaping itself to compete in the emerging connectivity-car sharing-autonomous space. But sometimes it's difficult to see New GM. Old GM gets in the way.
Ford CEO Mark Fields said potential Trump administration tax code revisions, including a possible “border tax” on imports from Mexico, could be positive for the automaker.
Mercedes and BMW still sell a good volume of the luxury sedans known as brand flagships.
Even as they launch two key cars – the BMW 5 series and Mercedes E-class coupe -- the traditional arch-rivals have a common challenge: Satisfy U.S. dealers' hunger for more crossovers.
U.S. automakers are competing against very tough rivals in an intense, complex, global market. And global trade itself is replete with unintended consequences.
It's an uneasy time for automakers that have a lot of chips on the table in China in the wake President-elect Donald Trump's recent phone conversation with the president of Taiwan.
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