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October car sales rise in Germany, France and Spain

New-car sales rose in Germany, France and Spain in October fueling hopes of a sustained recovery in the region's market even though Italian vehicle sales were down. Read More »


Toyota goes futuristic at Tokyo show

Toyota is going futuristic at the Tokyo auto show. It will introduce a wave-inspired fuel cell sedan, a new Japan taxi and a podlike one-seater that steers with a tilt of the driver's body. Read More »


German automakers use super-powered subbrands to stay ahead of rivals

Audi, BMW and Mercedes are locked in a battle that goes beyond unit sales and global expansion. The German automakers are trying to out-engineer one another with their high-performance subbrands. Read More »


BMW eyes $550 million prize in EU trade deal

BMW says it would save $550 million in duties every year if the United States and Europe got rid of their import tariffs on cars and trucks. Read More »


Audi sticks to profit margin goal despite costs of growth

Audi reaffirmed a goal to achieve an operating profit margin of 8 percent to 10 percent this year despite higher spending on models, technology and factories. Read More »


Mercedes doubles U.S. premium-sales lead over BMW on new CLA

Mercedes doubled its lead in premium-vehicle sales over BMW in the United States last month, helped by strong demand for the CLA compact. Read More »


Check out the ANE monthly e-magazine

The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e-magazine is ready for you to view. This edition looks at a battle between Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz that goes beyond unit sales and includes interviews with the CEOs of Peugeot and Citroen. Read More »

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