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Just a few steps from where Lamborghini hand-assembles six Aventadors and 12 Huracan supercars a day, the automaker has built a gleaming production center for the Urus.
Fighting to create a segment of the automotive industry a decade ago was much different from taking on legacy automakers for a piece of that burgeoning market today.
Legacy automakers and year-old startups alike see a gold rush in the Chinese EV market and the ripple effects it will have across the globe.
Hyundai Motor America plans to tell dealers by year end which markets it has designated for stand-alone Genesis stores, said Brian Smith, who joined the automaker from Toyota in October.
Mazda picked a tough time to try to make some headway against some bigger Japanese rivals in the struggling midsize sedan segment
Grab a bag of Cheetos and check out what our man David Undercoffler fancied at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Despite robust demand for ultra-high-end SUVs spurring a raft of new models from Bentley, Mercedes, Lamborghini, Aston Martin and even Ferrari, Land Rover and Range Rover see a ceiling.
Hyundai and Kia, behind weak fleet and sedan volume, continued to post sales declines in November that have dominated their 2017 performance virtually every month this year.
Sales at Honda Motor Co. rose 8.3 percent in November to 133,156 vehicles thanks to production shifts this year that allow for more crossover output at the Honda and Acura divisions.
Mazda, looking to inject new life into lagging sales of the Mazda6 and keep pace with strong redesigned rivals from Toyota and Honda, is updating uts midsize sedan, adding a high-end trim line, optional turbocharged engine...
If October's Tokyo auto show lacked any meaningful production debuts that consumers could bank on, this week's Los Angeles auto show will help fill the void.
Hyundai Motor America and its dealers still are struggling to resolve differences over the spinoff of the Genesis retail network.
Spy photographers recently captured the Hyundai FCEV, revealing the crossover's styling cues are largely carried over from a concept that debuted in August. The production FCEV will be formally introduced at CES in January.
Few companies can propose to take on both Freightliner and Ferrari in one night. But the dollars-and-sense business of automaking remains a deep and daily challenge for Tesla.
The marketing efforts underway at Toyota and Honda aren't just about the horse race or bragging rights.
Refundable deposits of $50,000 are being taken now for the supercar, Tesla says, with output slated to begin in 2020. The full price of the base model: $200,000.
The EV maker says the Semi formally unveiled Thursday will provide "a far better experience" for long-haul truck operators, while enhancing safety and slicing cargo transport costs.
Kia is adopting competitive pricing on the rwd Stinger to help establish a foothold in the competitive compact luxury sport sedan market.
CEO Osamu Masuko wants Mitsubishi Motors Corp. to make a V-shaped recovery from the dark days of 2016 when it was laid low by a fuel economy scandal in Japan.
Honda plans to inspect and replace or properly install replacement airbag inflators that have been improperly installed under an earlier recall.
Cuts in fleet sales lead Hyundai/Kia to continue its downward slide for 2017 with a 13 percent drop in sales this October from a year earlier.
American Honda eked out a 0.9 percent U.S. sales gain in October to 127,353 vehicles thanks largely to the strength of car sales from both the Acura and Honda divisions.
Peter Schutz, the American auto executive credited with saving the Porsche 911 from extinction in the 1980s and turning around the Porsche brand in the process, died over the weekend.
In order for Mitsubishi to achieve its ambitious target of 30 percent growth in the U.S. by 2020, it would need a high level of dealer engagement and improved fundamentals at the retail level, executives said.
It's not every year that our man David Undercoffler gets to attend the Tokyo Motor Show. That'd be weird since it's a biennial show. Here's what caught his eye.
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