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It was déjà vu at Ford's world headquarters as Executive Chairman Bill Ford took the stage and introduced Jim Hackett as the automaker's new "transformational," turnaround-tested CEO.
FIA Formula E Championship is gaining traction among automakers as many look to hybrid and all-electric powertrains to lead the next generation of performance vehicles.
Joe Hinrichs, 50, head of the Americas for Ford, was named executive vice president and president, Global Operations.
Mazda wants an optional diesel engine to account for at least 10 percent of U.S. sales of its redesigned CX-5 crossover. Mazda could expand diesel offerings if the diesel CX-5 takes off.
Mazda's North American chief says he wants the automaker's U.S. market share to be a "good" 2 percent that commands higher transaction prices.
Mazda wants an optional diesel engine to account for at least 10 percent of U.S. sales of the redesigned CX-5 crossover.
For dealers who want to effectively convert online searches and clicks into on-lot sales, digital advertising is no longer a simple turnkey solution.
Delphi's move to spin off its profitable powertrain operations is not about improving its financial sheets - it's about suiting up for the autonomous, connected future.
Patrick DeBruler was in the middle of a rough patch when he walked into Champion Chevrolet of Avon, Ind., last summer to pick up a job application. It proved to be just the break he needed.
Mazda's new US marketing chief, Dino Bernacchi, joins the brand at a precarious time, as it attempts to move from its youthful “Zoom Zoom” image into a higher tier.
Crossovers now account for roughly one in every three vehicles sold since October 2016, with the Nissan Rogue driving to become the top-selling nonpickup in America.
The biggest supplier in Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross Jr.'s portfolio is mapping out a new future of its own.
Ford's LeMans victory evolved out top executives' rejection of a Mustang race car.
Ford Motor originally proposed making its racing return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a Mustang, not a GT.
A 1.6 percent decline in U.S. new-vehicle sales in the first quarter isn't overly concerning for NADA.
Toyota Motor Corp.'s car-heavy lineup and struggling Lexus brand kept its U.S. auto sales in the red for a third consecutive month.
Here’s one backdrop for this week’s annual SAE congress in Detroit: The increasing cost and complexity of advanced parts in new vehicles are driving auto suppliers to invest, divest or be ingested.
There's no clear explanation for the shift, but 2016 was marked by headlines focusing on some automakers' questionable sales practices.
Buick's Regal sedan will be replaced in the U.S. with a sedan-styled five-door hatchback and Buick's first wagon in two decades, according to two auto forecast firms.
General Motors plans to replace the Buick Regal sedan in the United States with a sedan-styled five-door hatchback and Buick's first wagon in two decades, according to two auto forecast firms.
General Motors will still operate mobility services in Europe despite selling Opel to PSA Group - and the French automaker plans to do the same in the U.S.
GM has confirmed that it will remain in the European premium market with Chevy performance cars and Cadillac. But why? The answer arguably is threefold.
GM will remain a niche player in Europe after it closes on the sale of Opel/Vauxhall to PSA Group, with plans to continue competing in the European premium market with the Chevrolet Camaro and Corvette as well as Cadillac.
As news organizations and the Trump administration battle over “fake news,” some automakers are facing a new challenge on social media: "Fake ads."
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