Jeep Wrangler pickup should be in stores by April 2019, dealers hear
Fiat Chrysler dealers learned in their make meeting Friday that the long anticipated Jeep Wrangler-based pickup the automaker is working on should be in showrooms by next April.
BMW pulls out of Detroit auto show
BMW is joining German rival Mercedes-Benz and pulling out of the North American International Auto Show. The decision comes as the Detroit Auto Dealers Association contemplates moving the show to October from January starting in 2020.
Cadillac readies exclusive twin-turbo, 4.2-liter V-8
Cadillac, for the first time in 26 years, will have an exclusive engine -- a 4.2-liter twin-turbo V-8, making good on a 2016 promise by brand President Johan de Nysschen.
BMW will add i4 electric car as Tesla Model S rival
BMW will expand its i family of electrified cars with the i4 full-electric model. The i4 will be one of 12 battery-electric models BMW aims to have in showrooms by 2025.
Bumper nostrils, knockouts and light blades: What people are saying about GMC's '19 Sierra
General Motors is trying to distinguish the 2019 GMC Sierra from rivals -- as well as from its platform mate, the Chevrolet Silverado -- with extra luxury features and technologies that the automaker calls segment-leading. Here's a look at what journalists and others are saying about the Sierra.
Volkswagen will use electric I.D. R for a run up Pikes Peak
Volkswagen plans to show off its electric powertrain tech by taking a run at the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. VW previewed its race car for the summer event via computer-generated images.
Volkswagen to build new 5-seat Atlas in Chattanooga next year
Volkswagen plans to invest $340 million to bring a third vehicle to its assembly plant in Chattanooga -- a five-seat version of its large Atlas crossover.
What will next Defender look like?
A Land Rover designer says he wishes the new Defender would have bowed at the same time as Mercedes' G class.
Geneva show stoppers
You've read about the splashy debuts at the big Swiss auto show this month, but here are seven intriguing vehicles that may have escaped your attention.
Detroit's auto show needs to escape the winter
The merits of moving the Detroit auto show from January to October are obvious. It's time to quit staging the show in the depths of winter.
Magna Steyr will build BMW, Toyota sports cars
Contract manufacturer Magna Steyr will build two new sports cars jointly developed by BMW and Toyota, industry sources said.
Aston, Rolls spar over visions of tomorrow's superluxe sedan
Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce engaged in a public spat at the Geneva auto show over what the superluxury sedan of the future should look like.
For Zetsche, skipping Detroit is hard to do
It wasn't easy for Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche to go along with the decision for Mercedes to pull out of the Detroit auto show.
Nissan rekindles body-on-frame SUV — in China
Nissan will introduce the body-on-frame Terra SUV in Asia this spring with a name one letter different from its iconic Xterra.
Lincoln Aviator crossover to debut in New York
Lincoln said it will debut its crossover with the resurrected Aviator name this month at the New York auto show, and it will be based off the redesigned Ford Explorer large crossover.
McLaren eschews EV future sought by Ferrari, Corvette, others
It's not often that the head of a major car company will admit to not being up to speed on the latest, hot industrywide trend. McLaren's sales boss, Jolyon Nash, has no such qualms.
VW will sell 'Volks-SUV' in U.S., China but shuns Europe
VW will export a new compact SUV/crossover, internally called the "Volks-SUV," from Mexico to the U.S. The model, positioned below the Tiguan, is aimed at global markets except Europe.