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Hyundai confirms pickup coming to U.S.

Hyundai plans to launch a pickup in the United States as part of a broader plan to catch up by shifting away from sedans in one of the Korean automaker's most important markets, a senior company executive told Reuters.

Great Wall cites 'big uncertainties' in making deal with Fiat Chrysler

Great Wall Motor cooled prospects for a deal with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, saying there are "big uncertainties" and it may not pursue a takeover of FCA's Jeep division.
■ Chinese could turn FCA into a leader
■ China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep

California's auto crackdown reinforced by emissions uptick

California's advocates for tougher fuel economy standards and zero-emission vehicle mandates received fodder for standing firm with their rules.

Millennials moving to the 'burbs, buying big SUVs

Millennials are finally starting their own baby boom and heading for the suburbs in big SUVs, much like their parents did.

Used-vehicle prices falling amid glut

The average used vehicle lost 17 percent of its value in the past 12 months, dropping from $18,400 to $15,300, according to data from Black Book, an auto analytics company. With so many new cars rolling out of dealerships lots and instantly becoming used cars, the secondary market is glutted and the pace of depreciation is rapidly accelerating.

Adient to purchase seating supplier Futuris Group for $360 million

Seating supplier Adient has agreed to buy Futuris Group for $360 million. Adient expects its purchase of the automotive seating and interiors supplier to add $500 million in revenue per year.

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Hyundai confirms pickup coming to U.S.

Hyundai plans to launch a pickup in the United States as part of a broader plan to catch up by shifting away from sedans in one of the Korean automaker's most important...

Used-vehicle prices falling amid glut

The average used vehicle lost 17 percent of its value in the past 12 months, dropping from $18,400 to $15,300, according to data from Black Book, an auto analytics company.

Ferrari bosses split on revived Dino

Ferrari apparently will build a crossover, but may not proceed with another project that has generated speculation — a modern version of the 1960s Dino small sports car.

Roadster's big catch: Longo Toyota

Longo Toyota has signed on to use Roadster's digital storefront. Consumers can complete transactions online and have vehicles delivered to them.

Jaguar's classroom on wheels

There are the obvious reasons why Jaguar would want to build the fire-breathing Project 8 sport sedan, such as magazine covers and branding power.

The quest for automotive super glue

Researchers at Michigan State University and the American Chemistry Council's automotive group say they have developed a breakthrough in bonding mixed materials.

Aston Martin readies a sport wagon

Aston Martin, seeking to put a bespoke exclamation point on its aging Vanquish supercar lineup, will build a run of limited-edition Zagato-bodied cars that includes a...

Porsche forges carbon fiber in the wheel

Porsche has developed an all-carbon-fiber-reinforced plastic wheel and says it will be the first global automaker to offer the wheel when it debuts in early 2018 as an option...

China eclipses U.S. in Honda's world view

Honda's rapidly expanding footprint in China spotlights how the world's biggest auto market is pulling focus and resources away from the United States. The Japanese automaker is setting priorities in everything from production to product development.
■ China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep
■ China's Great Wall sets sights on Jeep
■ Honda's name game in China
■ Selling cars from the auto show floor
■ In China, a new chance for Acura

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