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VW Group and PSA will not change their self-driving plans even after an Uber autonomous car hit and killed a woman crossing the street in Arizona.
Volkswagen Canada will sell a new compact SUV/crossover, internally called the "Volks-SUV" or People's SUV, a spokesman said Saturday. It is is slightly more compact than the Tiguan.
Mercedes will reduce overly expressive design cues in future models as part of an evolution of its design philosophy. BMW is also looking to clean up its sheet metal.
It's only been a couple of weeks since the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang concluded, but for two of Germany's major premium brands, BMW and Mercedes, the hunt for gold in South Korea continues.
VW will export a new compact SUV/crossover, internally called the "Volks-SUV," from Mexico to the U.S. The model, positioned below the Tiguan, is aimed at global markets except Europe.
VW Group could decide as early as this week whether to extend a diesel trade-in incentive program in Germany into the second quarter.
Porsche is bullish about the future of the full-electric Mission E Cross Turismo study that debuted at the Geneva auto show.
Porsche is joining Daimler, Volvo owner Geely and Italdesign as companies that see flying cars as a way to escape congested roads in the world's megacities.
President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs drew eye-rolls and outrage at the Geneva auto show -- plus retorts that the move could derail planned U.S. investments.
Porsche aims to use a decentralized form of bookkeeping known as Blockchain to keep customers' financial data safe from hackers during online transactions.
Porsche CEO Oliver Blume said there's a good prospect that the Mission E Cross Turismo will go into production soon.
Audi is seeking to cause a stir by driving 250 of its electric e-tron SUVs through Geneva while the city hosts the annual auto show.
Audi is seeking to cause a stir by driving 250 of its electric e-tron SUVs through Geneva while the city hosts the annual auto show here.
BMW will not present the successor to the Z4 roadster at this week's Geneva auto show, but rather in the summer at a dedicated event, a company source said.
For the moment, it's unclear what Li's true intentions are or how Daimler might help him achieve them.
Mercedes says it avoided overly expressive exterior design cues with the fourth-generation A class. This philosophy will be extended to the rest of the brand's range.
Volkswagen has given its latest Touareg a more car-like ride while reducing emphasis on its off-road capabilities to boost its appeal to mainstream SUV buyers.
Chinese companies have been careful not to kick up enough political dust to attract attention when arranging a deal with foreign companies. Not any more.
In the past, Chinese companies have been careful not to kick up enough political dust to attract attention when arranging a deal with foreign companies, but Li Shufu's hostile move to become Daimler's biggest single...
Diesel owners across Germany are facing a disaster after the country's highest court ruled in favor of "reasonable" restrictions for diesels. The decision will cause the resale value of diesels to plummet.
Porsche expects to launch a diesel version of the new-generation Cayenne SUV this year and may offer the powertrain in the smaller Macan crossover as well, a top executive said, denying reports that the automaker plans to...
VW's I.D. Vizzion concept previews a possible flagship electric car that would compete directly with the Tesla Model S.
BMW hopes a more appealing design, greater variability and increased comfort will propel sales of its latest full-size Gran Turismo, which is now sold under the 6-series nameplate.
Porsche will double spending on greener vehicles as competition in the electrified-vehicle market grows.
VW brand is counting on advanced connectivity features to boost sales of its new-generation Touareg.
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