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Honda will have partners, not tie-ups

Honda CEO Takahiro Hachigo says partnerships -- not capital tie-ups -- are the way to confront the new era of technology.

'A TRUCK FOR EVERY CUSTOMER'

Chevrolet forges sleeker, aerodynamic styling on 2019 Silverado

UPDATED: 12/16/17 5:20 pm ET - adds details

The Chevrolet Silverado, GM's top-selling and most profitable nameplate, will be sleeker, more aerodynamic and available in more trim lines, with expanded powertrain options, for the 2019 model year. GM introduced the 2019 Silverado LT Trailboss Saturday in Texas.
■ Buick tries to make Regal stand out
■ BLOG: Clues to the materials on '19 Silverado
■ GALLERY: 2019 Chevrolet Silverado LT Trailboss

Sweeping GOP tax reform bill retains EV tax credit

In a major victory for several automakers, the compromise Republican tax bill released late Friday does not eliminate a $7,500 electric vehicle tax credit as Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives had previously proposed.
■ Tesla tells new taxi, Uber drivers not to use Superchargers
■ Nissan applies EV learning in new Leaf

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GM or Ford: Who's ahead in the self-driving car race?

Heavyweights GM and Ford duke it out in the robocar ring. Why Tesla's electric semi is 'hauling hopes and dreams.' Plus, how Buick is standing out in a sagging sedan segment.

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UPDATED: 12/15/17 7:17 pm ET - adds details
NAFTA on track for an unhappy New Year as talks languish

The U.S., Mexico and Canada are heading into 2018 with no clear plan for saving the North American Free Trade Agreement.
■ Mexico plots open trade course to escape Trump's threats

Aptiv, Valens working to slash car wiring

Aptiv has partnered with Israeli tech firm Valens Automotive to rewire future vehicles with fewer wires.

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BorgWarner appoints new COO

BorgWarner promoted Frederic Lissalde to chief operating officer, filling a post that has been vacant since James Verrier was named CEO in 2013.

Former UAW official resigns from GM board

Joe Ashton, a former UAW vice president, has resigned from GM's board of directors amid a widening federal probe into joint training centers overseen by representatives of...

REDESIGNING THE INDUSTRY

The industry's future reads like a science-fiction novel

Discussing the future, even with Jim Lentz of highly successful Toyota, can be a deeply disorienting task.
■ Redesigning the Industry

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