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2014 BEIJING AUTO SHOW:

Audi's latest compact SUV to be part of TT family

A sporty compact SUV concept that hints at Audi's fifth crossover most likely will be part of the automaker's TT family and not be called the Q4, as previously reported. Read More »

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2014 BEIJING AUTO SHOW:

Jaguar Land Rover to start China production at the end of this year

Jaguar Land Rover plans to start building vehicles in China by the end of this year. A Land Rover SUV will be the first model made at the plant, which will have an initial annual capacity of 130,000 vehicles. Read More »

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2014 BEIJING AUTO SHOW:

Ford Escort, revived in China, could land in U.S., Mulally says

Ford's revived Escort compact sedan, developed especially for the China market, has potential to go global and possibly make it stateside someday, Ford CEO Alan Mulally said. Read More »

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MKX Concept marks Lincoln's first overseas vehicle debut

Ford's Lincoln, rooted as an American brand by its name and presidential limousines, took a step toward becoming global today by unveiling a car in China. The MKX Concept mid-sized crossover displayed at the Beijing auto show is the first Lincoln revealed outside the United States. Read More »

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GM recalls have had no 'measurable impact' on sales, Ammann says

Citing his company's 4 percent sales gain in March and a "decent start" for sales in April, General Motors President Dan Ammann said the company's ignition switch recall has had no "measurable impact" on sales. Read More »

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PAUL MCVEIGH:

China is key to Winterkorn's new strategy for VW

China looms large in Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn's thoughts as he prepares his new "Future Tracks" strategy for the automaker. Read More »

2014 BEIJING AUTO SHOW:

GM to pump $12 billion into China, hike capacity 65%

GM, undeterred by slowing growth in China, announced plans to plow $12 billion into the country by 2017 and boost capacity 65 percent by 2020. Read More »

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New reality: Think crash, not just flash

Safety watchdogs at the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety and Consumer Reports magazine had an outsize effect on the cars unveiled at the New York auto show last week. Read More »

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2014 NEW YORK AUTO SHOW:

After strong surge in 2013, Cadillac stumbles in Q1

Cadillac last year began billing itself as the industry's "fastest-growing full-line luxury brand." It was a short-lived distinction. Cadillac sales fell 7 percent in the first quarter, to 39,588, compared with a 1 percent gain for the industry overall and an 8 percent rise in the luxury segment. Read More »

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