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Moray Callum's retro ride

Moray Callum, Ford chief designer, is cruising around in a 1976 Bronco SUV as he oversees design of the nameplate's 2020 revival.

Bolt? Tesla? The Woz gets both

On Jan. 3, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak took to Facebook to inform the world that a brand-new silver Chevy Bolt “will be our main car.”

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Moray Callum's retro ride

Moray Callum, Ford chief designer, is cruising around in a 1976 Bronco SUV as he oversees design of the nameplate's 2020 revival.

Automakers, NASCAR surprise Mandel in Autoweek

Longtime Autoweek publisher Dutch Mandel took his own personal checkered flag at the end of 2016. After 32 years at the magazine - owned by Crain Communications, publisher of Automotive News - six seven automakers and NASCAR didn't let Mandel leave Detroit without a proper send-off.

Toyota's Hollis: Don't count out midsize sedans yet

Midsize cars were among the biggest sales losers last year as customers flocked instead to crossovers and other light trucks. But good old competition may reinvigorate the segment as soon as next year, as when Japan's big three roll out redesigns of their flagship four-doors.

Sergio: Trump 'should like' a GM-FCA merger

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne says President-elect Donald Trump might support the idea of General Motors merging with his company - an idea Marchionne tried and failed to get GM to consider in 2015.

De Nysschen meets his Infiniti baby

Spotted at Infiniti's Detroit auto show stand last week was the brand's former global president Johan de Nysschen. Now president of Cadillac, de Nysschen said he had to come see the QX50 Concept.

Bolt? Tesla? The Woz gets both

On Jan. 3, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak took to Facebook to inform the world that a brand-new silver Chevy Bolt “will be our main car.”

Jaguar Land Rover defends Defender

Though Jaguar Land Rover has had a tough time in China protecting its designs from knockoff manufacturers, the British automaker recently had better luck against a Canadian company, Bombardier Recreational Products, in defending the Defender name.

The force is strong at GM tech center

Derek Lane-Waters, who works at the General Motors' Warren, Mich., technical center as a senior design engineer, has created three authentic-looking costumes - including a Stormtrooper suit and a Tusken Raider outfit - that he wears to raise money for charities.

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