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Tesla has energized a wave of entrepreneurs who are trying to launch car-making ventures of their own. The odds aren't in their favor.
Sometimes being first in the auto industry with new technology isn't best. Being first and making a profit is far better. But that is very hard to do. A good example: fuel cell vehicles.
Bob Fascetti, who marshaled Ford's development of the 6.7-liter Power Stroke and the influential EcoBoost engines, is retiring.
A new era is dawning for luxury-class pickups as Detroit goes searching for a price ceiling.
Chevrolet this fall is launching two special edition pickups that commemorate 100 years of building pickups.
Ford is adding the F-450 Limited top-line pickup to its lineup this fall. The starting price, including shipping, is $87,100.
Some advice for any automaker thinking about the U.S. pickup market: Don't ignore Texas.
To celebrate 100 years since the debut of Chevy's first pickup, the 1918 490 Light Delivery, Chevrolet updated the badge from the 1918 truck and will affix it to two special edition 2018 pickups
General Motors is returning to the medium-duty truck market, nearly a decade after abandoning it during bankruptcy.
In the EPA's 2018 preliminary fuel economy guide, the listing of the model year's light-duty diesel-powered vehicles, is a pretty barren place.
In the era of SUVS, Jaguar isn't giving up on sports cars.
The change from internal combustion engines to electric motors will be one of the biggest the industry has ever faced.
Three days after Hurricane Irma tore across Florida, some dealers remain in the dark, but most are clearing debris and reopening for business.
Southeast Toyota Distributors has inked a deal with Dealer Tire to have the Cleveland company deliver replacement tires to 176 Toyota dealerships in five states beginning Dec. 1.
Fiat Chrysler appointed Mike Keegan, a 25-year veteran of the company, to lead communications in North America, a new position, effective Thursday.
As we move into the era of self-driving vehicles -- many of which will have a 48-volt system in the powertrain -- electrical failures can't happen.
Delphi has combined two new engine technologies to make gasoline engines more fuel-efficient. But will it be appealing enough attract European automakers away from diesel?
It would be foolish to think fuel prices are going to stay low indefinitely.
Roy Lunn was a mechanical and aeronautical engineer who led development of the first Jeep Cherokee and Ford's original GT40. He helped pioneer unitized vehicle construction to help meet fuel economy requirements.
Scott and Dean Mueller built Dealer Tire into a billion-dollar colossus by selling replacement tires to new-vehicle dealerships. Now the brothers are ramping up their efforts to teach dealers to be better tire retailers.
Service departments could be big winners from autonomous vehicles -- if they invest in training and recruitment now.
As part of its strategy to help dealers build sales of replacement tires, Dealer Tire assigns company consultants to large dealerships.
A mechanical and aeronautical engineer who led development of the first Jeep Cherokee and Ford's original GT40, Roy Lunn helped pioneer unitized bodies for SUVs to help meet fuel-economy...
Mercedes-Benz plans to show a new version of its Vision concept this weekend .
New products, new strategies and bigger sales are keeping JLR and Volvo on the climb.
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