Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche says there are three key elements to Mercedes' success. He discussed these in an interview while also explaining why he's bullish about electric cars, autonomous vehicles and the diesel engine.
Ford CEO Mark Fields is working to prepare the automaker for a future in shared and autonomous vehicles by adding mobility services to its portfolio. He discussed this and more in an interview with Automotive News Europe sister publication Automotive News.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne is counting on strong European demand for the Alfa Romeo Giulia to spark a big comeback for FCA's struggling subsidiary. He explained why the Giulia is “better than a German car” in an interview.
The struggling European auto industry will bounce back next year. Or maybe in 2016. Or maybe later. It depends on whom you talk to among the executives here coping with depressed sales and the uncertain government response to Europe's economic crisis.