Ford aims to rebuild trust with China partners as sales slip

After 20-odd years of "marriage" in China, Ford is preparing a product blitz and campaign to localize management to maintain and build trust with partners Changan Auto and Jiangling Motors Group. The goal: Reverse a sales slump and boost employee morale.

UPDATED: 3/8/18 4:32 pm ET - adds Trump remarks
Musk invites Trump to pressure China over auto trade practices

Elon Musk, battling the Chinese government over terms of getting a Tesla plant built in the country, may be trying to tempt Donald Trump into calling out the nation's automotive trade protections.

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GT sports car will be Audi's latest e-tron

Audi's e-tron GT, which will go into production in Germany in 2020, will be a low, sleek coupe-styled sedan with aggressive sports car detailing, based on a teaser photo of the model that Audi released last week.

Return of the BMW 8

BMW is reviving the 8-series name for a range-topping line as it focuses on profit-boosting, high-margin luxury cars.

Toyota wants Supra to race into hearts

As trends toward autonomous driving, electrification and vehicle-sharing threaten to turn cars into more utilitarian people movers, Toyota wants to use more exciting products such as the Supra for competitive edge.

Toyota revs engine development

Toyota is rolling out its latest wave of greener, meaner powertrain technologies as part of a sweeping overhaul to replace 80 percent of its lineup by 2023.

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