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Automakers put on a show in Detroit as policy storms loom in D.C.

New models soaked up the spotlight at the Detroit auto show this week but policy decisions coming from Washington in 2018 may do more to determine the future health of the industry.

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Audi's Keogh: Electric apocalypse can be a bonanza

Although not normally a contrarian, Audi of America President Scott Keogh says a coming age of electrified and autonomous connected cars won't be the end of the world for auto dealerships.
■ Mazda sees Skyactiv-X as base for electrification
■ Subscription plan expands Porsche's reach
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GM picks Mich. plant to build new Silverado diesel engine

UPDATED: 1/17/18 10:05 am ET - adds GM press release

The new turbodiesel engine coming in the redesigned 2019 Chevrolet Silverado will be manufactured in a General Motors engine plant in Flint, Mich.

UPDATED: 1/16/18 10:13 pm ET -- adds details
Ford expects autonomy, mobility to take $300M bite out of 2017 earnings

Ford expects its investment on mobility and autonomous vehicles to reduce its 2017 earnings by $300 million, providing a breakout of its investments in the future for the first time. Despite that hit, Ford said 2017 preliminary net income grew 70 percent due in large part to a much lower effective tax rate.

Subaru invests $2 million in American Center for Mobility in Mich.

The American Center for Mobility secured $2 million in funding from Subaru of America, the suburban Detroit autonomous vehicle testing site said at the Detroit auto show.

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Hyundai Veloster gets more muscular

Hyundai is reviving its Veloster hatchback for the 2019 model year with a new platform and the brand's first-ever N performance model for the U.S.

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