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Pull of a $100,000 pickup? Luxury plus extreme capability

Detroit's automakers have discovered that extreme capability is a luxury consumers are willing to pay for in a big way.

Hackett's vision for Ford must be truly visionary

If he is to be as transformative as Alan Mulally, Jim Hackett needs a vision that is crystal clear, open-minded and flexible. And gutsy.


Waiting for VW to tell the truth

Two years have passed since Volkswagen publicly admitted lying about the emissions from its "clean diesel" vehicles. As hard as it has tried to move on, the stench of its bad acts lingers.

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