In July, Gene Clayton was ordered to the hospital after a health care screening found troubling symptoms. He's among scores of AutoNation Inc. employees who got wake-up calls when the retailer's Know Your Numbers Health Bus rolled into town.
Turkey's auto industry is one of the great growth stories of the past decade. The nation's government aims to triple vehicle production over the next decade. The plan is to make the nation one of the world's 10 largest economies by 2023, the 100th anniversary of the Turkish Republic.
In the not-too-distant past, a guy like Filipp Gorelik would have been a complete alien in the often-insular world of Detroit car marketers. That's because Gorelik, 29, has Europhile tastes. But Gorelik's tastes make him a http://edit.autonews.com/apps/pbcsedit.
Brad Keselowski won his first NASCAR Sprint Cup title on Sunday -- along with Roger Penske's first cup title as a team owner -- with a 15th place finish in the final race of the year at Homestead-Miami Speedway in Florida.
Audi will begin offering 3.0-liter V-6 diesel engines in the A8, A7 and A6 cars and the Q5 crossover beginning next year. The four TDI diesel-equipped models will make their debuts next week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Illinois Tool Works CEO David Speer has died, the company said. He was 61. COO E. Scott Santi, 51, was named the permanent CEO today after being chosen the acting CEO last month, the company said in a statement.
Wednesday, Oct. 3, started out like any other morning at Valley Auto in Fort Kent, Maine. Dealer Carl Theriault talked to customers in his showroom as business buzzed around him. Then, around 8:30, Theriault heard someone in his parts department yell: "Fire! Fire!"
Honda's rebound in the United States will continue through 2012’s final months, helping the carmaker boost sales about 25 percent this year even after Hurricane Sandy reduced October gains, said sales chief John Mendel.
Carroll Shelby, the wild-spirited 89-year-old racing icon and king of thundering garage hot rods, lay on his deathbed last May struggling to talk. He urged his younger friend and business partner John Luft to lean closer. "Keep Shelby American alive," Shelby strained to tell Luft in his final hours.
The issue for dealers: Many marketers view social media as a good way for salespeople to engage customers, establish a following and build sales. But salespeople need to behave within limits to protect dealerships' reputations.
China's new leaders are beset by economic crises, so the auto industry may struggle to receive consideration. But the leaders should do one big thing: Stop favoring state-owned companies at the expense of their private rivals Yang Jian is managing editor of Automotive News China.
Four years after the auto industry started trembling at the real prospect of a global fuel shortage and painful pump prices, this news arrives: There's way more oil under America than we realized. Oops Lindsay Chappell is Mid-South bureau chief for Automotive News.
Did anyone at Hyundai or Kia know about the inflation of mileage figures? It is important for Hyundai to explain whether anyone knew about the mileage figures Keith Crain is editor-in-chief of Automotive News.
Mary Barra spent the past several months with her team mulling a future electrification strategy for General Motors before reaching this conclusion: GM can't chase every fuel-saving technology out there.
Industrywide, the last 10 days before New Year's Eve are usually some of the best for car sales. But dealers are bracing for the possibility that a protracted fight in Washington over tax increases and spending cuts could keep some consumers out of showrooms this holiday season.
At a Lincoln dealer meeting in Las Vegas this month, Ford Motor Co. top brass addressed nearly 1,000 dealers and sales managers, introduced the luxury brand's new management lineup and showed a brand-positioning video that delineated what Lincoln wants to be and what customers it wants to attract.
American Suzuki's recent filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and wind-down of its U.S. automotive business offer an opportunity to assess the landscape for the three small Japanese brands in the United States. They present a striking contrast. Subaru is thriving. Mitsubishi is struggling.
Here's what the new mid-sized Lincoln MKZ is: a sleek, technology-rich sedan with a fresh appearance inside and out. It is aimed at the kind of young luxury-car buyers who have ignored Lincoln for decades.
Toyota Motor Corp. is rolling out two precrash safety systems that it says will help prevent high-speed collisions and pedal-misapplication accidents. The technology will debut soon in a high-end Toyota-brand sedan.