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Government shutdown would curtail auto regulators, but not NAFTA talks

A federal government shutdown would have a broad impact on automotive regulatory activities, but next week's NAFTA talks are expected to continue as scheduled.

Paint pro gives high marks to automakers' Detroit palettes

Part of the glitz of the Detroit auto show is the palette of colors selected and created for the occasion.

Few concepts, but they turned heads

There were darn few pure concept vehicles at the 2018 Detroit auto show, but the ones that did appear were true conversations starters.

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Ram's ammunition against rival Silverado

From the Detroit auto show: Why the new Ram 1500 is like 'sitting in a Tesla,' Silverado keeps us guessing; Ranger, Bullitt hit, Forte, Veloster and Jetta miss. Plus, Molly McQueen on learning 'difficult' stick shift.

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Hyundai U.S. arm poised to get more say on production

Hyundai Motor Group is going through a restructuring that will shift more decision-making power to regional markets such as North America.

With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their cars

The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.

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Magna keeps wide funnel for ideas

Swamy Kotagiri, Magna International 's chief technology officer, sees a wide variety of ideas come across his desk. It comes with the territory.

Talent pool tops supplier concerns

Supplier executives say the drive toward electrification and autonomous vehicles is going to change nearly every aspect of their businesses.

Mercedes plans more SUVs

Mercedes will respond to growing demand for SUVs by expanding its lineup with more models, most likely in the fast-growing compact segment.

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