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Toyota to roll out more than 10 EVs by early 2020s

Toyota, facing a “now or never” crisis as it confronts a rapidly changing auto industry, is plunging into the electric vehicle race with plans to introduce more than 10 EVs worldwide by the early 2020s.

'A TRUCK FOR EVERY CUSTOMER'

Chevrolet forges sleeker, aerodynamic styling on 2019 Silverado

UPDATED: 12/17/17 10:34 pm ET - adds details

The Chevy Silverado, GM's top-selling and most profitable nameplate, will be available in more trim lines, with expanded powertrain options and functionality, for 2019.
■ Chevy's reskinned Silverado: What people are saying
■ 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

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.

Nissan design boss ushers in high-tech era, honors past

Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan's first non-Japanese styling chief, wants to re-root the automaker in its Japanese heritage and deploy advanced digital tools to get to the next era.

Fusion's future unclear

Ford last week told suppliers that it was canceling plans to build the next-generation Fusion starting in 2020 at the Mexico plant that makes the car now, sources said.

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Fusion's future unclear

Ford last week told suppliers that it was canceling plans to build the next-generation Fusion starting in 2020 at the Mexico plant that makes the car now, sources said.

Partner sues megadealer for fraud

Terry Taylor, who built a dealership empire in part by granting equity stakes to his general managers, is being sued by one of his former managers, who accuses him of fraud.

Retiring Lear CEO sees bets pay off

CEO Matt Simoncini is leaving Lear in a healthy position -- flush with money to make acquisition deals if necessary, but for the moment, not needing to.

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.

Land of no Lincolns

Lincoln is halfway through its six-year plan to triple its annual sales by 2020, and a key part of its journey is a retail space that doesn't sell anything.

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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