Over the next four years, Infiniti will add at least four additional vehicles with new engines and transmissions, on top of renewing every existing nameplate in its United States lineup, says the company's top executive.
Publicly-owned automotive retailers with the financial muscle to buy new stores now have the perfect opportunity to do so, both in the United States and abroad. That's what Roger Penske, 75, told industry leaders in his keynote address at the Automotive News World Congress Tuesday evening.
Autonomous driving in some situations will be a reality by 2025 but a fleet of fully autonomous cars on American roads is unlikely, a panel of auto industry executives said at the Automotive News World Congress.
Light-vehicle sales will rise to 17 million units in the United States by 2015, from 2012's 14.9 million, Morgan Stanley Managing Director Adam Jonas told the Automotive News World Congress. Pent-up demand will fuel that rise, he said.
Cadillac may double its product lineup over the next four years as part of General Motors' strategy to turn the U.S. luxury brand into a global power, starting late this year with the ELR plug-in hybrid, the upscale sibling of the Chevrolet Volt.
Ford needs to stick to its processes and learn from its mistakes as its volumes increase if it wants to avoid further recalls similar to the four that plagued the launch of the 2013 Ford Escape, CEO Alan Mulally told reporters after a speech at the Automotive News World Congress.
Ford, trying to protect its turf in the large pickup market, unveiled a concept truck that previews the company's next-generation F series and advances in fuel economy. Ford kept a tight lid on the top-secret Ford Atlas Concept, unveiled today at the Detroit auto show.
Cadillac today unveiled the ELR sports coupe, a plug-in hybrid wrapped in a bold, flashy package that belies its green-car bona fides. The ELR is the second application of General Motors' Voltec technology, the powertrain that debuted in the Chevrolet Volt in late 2010.
In a quiet spot on the Chrysler stand at the Detroit auto show is the Chrysler 300 Turbine concept car. As concepts go, it's mild: matte finish “Turbine Copper,” 22-inch wheels and a billet grille, all to honor the 1963 Chrysler Turbine show car.
Russian car sales have slowed and are expected to be flat in 2013 after record volumes last year, industry figures showed, as drivers curb spending with an eye to economic troubles in Europe and the United States.
With a second straight year of product launches, Porsche Cars North America should match the sales growth it achieved in 2012, CEO Detlev von Platen said. Porsche sold a record 35,043 vehicles in the United States last year, up 21 percent from 2011.
Nissan North America’s dip in market share last year was bad news for CEO Carlos Ghosn -- but no cause to rethink his ambitious growth goal. Ghosn assured reporters Monday at the Detroit auto show that Nissan still is determined to obtain 10 percent of the U.S.
The redesigned 2014 Lexus IS sedan has had its driving dynamics significantly retuned for a sportier feel, even though much of the car, including its exterior styling, is carried over from its previous generation, the automaker said.
Fiat has asked the government to approve a special layoff scheme at its Melfi plant in central Italy for two years to restructure the factory before production of new models begins, the carmaker said on Tuesday.
Nissan is positioning its redesigned Versa hatchback to go after what it expects to be continued growth in the compact and subcompact segments. The company unveiled the hatchback at the Detroit auto show today.
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