Automakers And Suppliers

U.S. drops auto-content proposal in NAFTA talks, report says

The U.S. government has dropped a demand that all vehicles made in Canada and Mexico for export to the United States contain at least 50 percent U.S. content, The Globe and Mail reported, citing sources.

BMW searched by German prosecutors over suspected defeat devices

German prosecutors searched BMW premises at the automaker's Munich headquarters and in Austria, investigating suspected defeat devices capable of manipulating diesel exhaust emissions.

New Cadillac CMO comes full circle

Deborah Wahl's appointment as Cadillac's new global chief marketing officer puts her in an exclusive group of executives to complete the Detroit 3 trifecta.

Lexus basks in 'Black Panther' glow

Going into the Black Panther marketing collaboration was a bit of a risk, given the ever-present danger of a heavily hyped movie falling flat. Instead, Lexus finds itself in the middle of a cultural phenomenon.

Carmakers tone down their booth models in Geneva

Automakers such as Toyota and Nissan have decided to tone down the appearance of their human models in Geneva, marking a potential sea change for an industry that has long pandered to male customers.

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