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Subaru aims to get serious about micro sales in world's biggest market

Subaru has a growing sense of urgency to get serious about China, where the brand is barely treading water.


With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their cars

The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.

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Hyundai Veloster gets more muscular

Hyundai is reviving its Veloster hatchback for the 2019 model year with a new platform and the brand's first-ever N performance model for the U.S. market, along with a more muscular design akin to a sport coupe.

Lexus LF-1 stresses style over utility

Lexus' new crossover concept defines a fresh segment for the luxury automaker: a light truck focused more on style and driving dynamics than utility. The LF-1 Limitless is described as a flagship crossover and the spiritual brother of the new-generation LS flagship sedan.

Ford to reveal 2018 Mustang Bullitt at Detroit auto show

Ford is planning a surprise reveal of a special edition, high-performance Mustang Bullitt GT at next week's Detroit auto show, Automotive News has learned. The Bullitt will be unveiled as a 2018 model, a source said, timed for the 50th anniversary of the eponymous Steve McQueen movie that made the car an icon among enthusiasts.

COMMENTARY: Keith Crain
Glimpse the future in Detroit

There is an awful lot going on in the automobile business these days. To say the future is cloudy is an understatement. The Detroit auto show should help clarify things.

Land Rover's 2019 Defender: What to expect

Land Rover is keeping a pretty tight lid on any news regarding the original Defender's replacement, which is expected to be shown late next year in production form and start rolling off the assembly line as a 2019 model. But Autocar has been able to glean a few details -- or at least as much as the company is willing to share -- about the new model.

Aston: How will Lagonda shape up?

As if plotting to challenge Ferrari in the midengine supercar arena wasn't difficult enough, Aston Martin also is brainstorming how best to break the stranglehold Rolls-Royce and Bentley have on the ultraluxury sedan market.

UPDATED: 12/11/17 9:07 am ET
Toyota Avalon relaunch signals faith in sedans

Consumers may be abandoning traditional midsize and large sedans in droves, in favor of crossovers and SUVs, but Toyota remains faithful to the segment with plans to redesign the Avalon.

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