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Much like the standard sedan on the road and race car on the big oval, pace cars, too, have evolved over the years. Here's a look at some of the more notable Indy 500 pace cars over the years.
Technological advancements tested on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's historic 2.5-mile oval have transitioned to everyday production models since the very first race.
BMW's compact 2-series coupe and convertible are getting an ever-so-slight refresh for the 2018 model year.
Forbes magazine has listed Magna International as one of Canada's best employers for 2017.
Crossovers and SUVs might be selling in droves from China to the U.S., but Mercedes-Benz is still experimenting with cars, as seen with the Concept A Sedan. Here's what some journalists are saying about the baby sedan:
Subaru dealers continue to set sales records in the U.S., but they are not keeping up in their service departments, the brand's U.S. president says.
Mirror supplier Gentex saw its first-quarter net income jump 22 percent to $97.6 million thanks to an increase in sales at its core automotive unit.
Subaru is recalling certain 2017 Impreza models to fix a software issue that may lead to stalled engines.
Toyota's FT-4X checks the boxes of features aimed at millennials and their outdoor-focused adventures. Here's what people are saying about the subcompact crossover concept:
Genesis' GV80 Concept teases the first of two crossovers the luxury brand has promised by 2020.
Ford is keeping the Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs in its product lineup for the 2018 model year.
Most of the attention Subaru garnered at the New York auto show last week went to its Ascent concept and redesigned Crosstrek. But no less significant was a freshened 2018 Outback.
The Jaguar F-Type will be one of the few sports cars available with a four-, six- or eight-cylinder engine.
Jaguar is slotting a new 296-hp, 2.0-liter turbocharged motor in the F-Type for 2018 that marks the first time since before World War II that the famed British brand has equipped a sports cars with a four-cylinder engine.
Subaru, erasing memories of the ill-fated Tribeca, will again have a seat at the three-row crossover table when the Indiana-built Ascent goes on sale next year.
When the fourth-generation Kia Rio arrives at U.S. dealerships this year, customers will find sharper styling and more available tech features on the subcompact.
The sixth-generation Buick Regal will be available in the U.S. as a four-door hatchback and a wagon -- no traditional sedan. Here's what people are saying about the latest Regals.
A car dealership where customers in goggles take an augmented self-guided virtual tour of a vehicle may be a new retail reality.
Subaru's venerable Outback, the automaker's best-selling nameplate, is undergoing a freshening that includes a bolder, more rugged looking face for 2018.
Engineering research groups and automakers alike are pursuing the idea of an augmented reality, self-guided tour of a shiny new crossover or sports car at dealerships.
The 2018 Atlas, a three-row crossover that is key to VW's U.S. sales recovery following the company's diesel emissions violations, will be priced from $31,425.
Audi is bringing a high-performance variant of the TT coupe to the New York auto show.
Subaru's U.S. sales rose 11 percent to 54,871 units in March, marking the 37th consecutive month with sales of 40,000 or more. It was also the brand's 64 straight month of year-over-year gains.
The Automotive Hall of Fame adds four members in 2017, including the former head of design at GM and racing's most successful owner.
Fuji Heavy Industries has a new, albeit familiar, name. Effective April 1, the maker of Subaru vehicles will be known as Subaru Corp.
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