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Subaru reporter, web producer
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Jeremy Beaver

Building the group's staff to 1,200 employees, up from 200 when he joined in 2009

Scott Campbell

His group being named one of the 100 Best Dealerships to Work For in 2017

Jarryd Carver

Three consecutive years of seven-figure net increases, and one of the most profitable Hyundai dealerships in the country in 2017

Pininfarina shows some PDA for PF0

Automobili Pininfarina is stoking the fires of its first vehicle, the PF0. The brand revealed new teaser photos of its full-electric hypercar's exterior last week.

Adding scents to prevent carsickness

International Automotive Components Group is researching adding scents that would serve a purpose to the vehicle occupants: preventing motion sickness.

SUBARU: New Ascent drives another record

It was a record June for Subaru with U.S. deliveries surging 15 percent, extending its streak of consecutive monthly sales increases to 79.

Car sales on pace to hit 60-year low

Just five years ago, U.S. vehicle sales were evenly split: 50 percent cars and 50 percent light trucks. Now, trucks outsell cars by a ratio of more than 2-to-1, and there's no sign of a car rebound anytime soon.

McLaren 600LT adds to Longtail lineage

McLaren Automotive's newest supercar features design elements that are a nod to the brand's racing history.

Camaro DNA, Lambos and floating roofs: What people are saying about 2019 Chevrolet Blazer

GM is reviving the Chevrolet Blazer nameplate. The 2019 version, with a two-row, five seat layout, will slot between the compact Equinox and the large Traverse in Chevrolet's crossover lineup.

McLaren to open store near Detroit

McLaren is expanding its retail footprint in the United States by partnering with one of the largest dealership groups in the country, the Suburban Collection, for a new store near Detroit.

How drones could open up new windows for drivers

By integrating drone technology into the vehicle's infotainment system , Mitsubishi Electric Automotive America is taking to the skies.

Infield space gives Toyota a blank slate

The infield of an old supplier test track provides a blank slate for Toyota's newest U.S. investment.

Subaru shuffles CEO amid more fuel data tampering

Subaru named a new CEO, Tomomi Nakamura, after disclosing inspectors found the company altered fuel economy and emissions data on more vehicles built and sold in Japan.

McLaren: 'No need to go into SUVs'

Track 22, McLaren Automotive's business plan through 2022, calls for 15 new models or derivatives. But don't expect any SUVs.

Subaru still struggling with service capacity

Subaru of America continues to battle issues with service capacity -- it just can't get enough to keep pace with its steady growth over the past decade.

SUBARU: 78th consecutive monthly gain

Subaru of America's record May was also a record month for the Crosstrek.

2019 Subaru Ascent: A solid warrior, on and off road

The 2019 Subaru Ascent, the brand's biggest vehicle ever, is also the newest nameplate to join the brand's crossover-heavy lineup.

Subaru Ascent crossover fills a gap in 3-row segment

Subaru has been operating without a three-row crossover since it killed off the Tribeca in 2014. The new Ascent — to be sold only in Canada and the United States — plugs the hole.

Subaru fills a gap with new 3-row Ascent crossover

Subaru has been operating without a three-row crossover since it killed off the Tribeca in 2014. The new Ascent plugs the hole.

Subaru, Toyota team up for Crosstrek Hybrid

Subaru of America plans a plug-in hybrid version of the hot-selling Crosstrek subcompact crossover.

How Alcantara is managing demand from U.S., China

Alcantara, the maker of the upmarket leather alternative material of the same name, plans to double the company's overall production capacity in Italy as demand from the U.S. and Chinese markets continues to drive sales.

Turbo is key for Subaru's new big crossover

The 2019 Subaru Ascent, the newest nameplate in the automaker's lineup, relies on a newly developed engine and transmission.

SUBARU OF AMERICA CEO TOM DOLL: Another record year in view

Subaru continues on its record-setting sales roll of the past several years, as Tom Doll steps up to the role of CEO.

Crosstrek becomes new workhorse for Subaru

The Crosstrek, which began life as a lifted Impreza hatchback in 2012, has turned into a sales workhorse for Subaru of America.

Gin palaces, majesty and the Parthenon: What people are saying about the Rolls-Royce Cullinan

Rolls-Royce is the latest ultraluxury automaker to join the SUV fray, with the Cullinan. Powered by the same 571-hp, 6.

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