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Honda will import the two SUVs it sells in Europe, the CR-V and the HR-V, from Japan to help boost capacity utilization at factories in its home market.
Jaguar predicts that its new E-Pace premium compact SUV will become its top-seller, overtaking the larger F-Pace crossover because it will more attainable than its big brother.
Audi's new A8 is the company's first production car capable of Level 3 autonomous driving, which allows hands-off capability but requires the driver to take back control at any time.
Ford has named Adil Shirinov CEO of its Russian joint venture, Ford Sollers. The Russian executive succeeds Mark Ovenden, who Ford has been promoted to head of sales and marketing for the Asia Pacific region.
Volvo's decision to focus on electrified models represents an about-face for the Chinese-owned brand. It had previously said pure electric cars didn't make a great business case.
Aston Martin's partnership with Daimler moved closer with the launch of the DB11 V-8. It is the first Aston to use the 4.0-liter turbocharged engine developed by Daimler's AMG performance arm.
Ford of Europe's design director has been promoted to a global role as head of design for cars and crossovers. Ford's interior design chief will take over in Europe.
Automakers such as Ferrari, Aston Martin and Bentley are poised to continue profiting from rising European demand for their high-priced supercars and limousines as sales are on track to reach 12,980, up from 10,677 in 2016,...
Land Rover is open to creating a halo model to take on the Bentley Bentayga superpremium SUV.
The Goodwood Festival of Speed, held last weekend in England, has taken over from where Britain's formal auto show left off in 2008 after losing support from automakers.
Forget auto shows held in huge trade fair grounds in cities such as Frankfurt, Paris and Beijing, the UK's must-attend automotive event, the Goodwood Festival of Speed, is a much more refined affair.
Jaguar plans to build just 300 units of the 592-hp XE SV Project 8, the brand's most powerful road car to date. The model has been developed as a halo car for the entry-level XE range.
Automakers are frustrated at the lack of clarity over the terms of the UK's exit from the European Union and are looking for signs that will allow them to make decisions on long-term investments for their British operations.
The launch of the new Land Rover Defender is "not far away," the brand's design boss, Gerry McGovern, said.
A strong sales performance in light commercial vehicles will help Ford be profitable in Europe this year, the automaker's regional boss, Steve Armstrong, said.
Cooperation, customer focus and profitability should be priorities as traditional car companies expand into future mobility services such as car-sharing, industry experts said at the Automotive News Europe Congress.
Jaguar released photos and details of its new midsize wagon last week, touting its sports-car dynamics and sleek looks.
Jaguar is rejoining the premium wagon market with the XF Sportbrake. It will be the first XF wagon sold in the U.S. and is expected to deliver incremental volume for the brand.
Jaguar unveiled its new XF Sportbrake, touting its sports-car dynamics and sleek looks. The wagon will compete against cars such as the BMW 5-series Touring, Audi A6 Avant and Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon.
Automakers are increasing technology levels in Europe's minicar segment to maintain consumer interest as analysts forecast that the sector will decline this year and remain static in future years.
McLaren has promoted former Land Rover and Cadillac executive Rob Melville to be its top designer.
Citroen CEO Linda Jackson knows she won't reach her goal of having half of the brand's sales come from China next year. Jackson explained what happened and shared her new China target.
Fear of disruption from companies such as Google and Uber has prompted automakers to pour billions into developing self-driving cars.
There's a vast difference between Geely's six-seat London taxicabs and a Lotus' two-seat sports car. But the two companies have something in common.
Geely's decision to take a majority stake in Lotus is great news for the unprofitable UK sports-car maker because the Chinese company has had great success in reviving Volvo's fortunes.
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