COMMENTARY: Larry P. Vellequette
Naturally, the reveal of Jeep's 2020 Gladiator midsize pickup at the Los Angeles Auto Show brought back memories of the last Jeep pickup, which debuted more than three decades ago.
Rick Hendrick may be the ultimate car-guy dealer, and so it seems fitting that he'll receive the National Automotive Dealer Lifetime Achievement Award at the Boca Raton Concours d'Elegance in February.
The original Danny and the Cruisers album coverlike photo, above, was apparently such a hit that General Motors decided to re-create it.
With his aw-shucks charm, Kansas boy Alan Mulally exudes small-town America. But since retiring as Ford's CEO in 2014, he has clearly spent a lot of time thinking about urban transportation issues.
The first driving impressions of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado equipped with the industry's first four-cylinder turbo engine in a full-size pickup are out.
Police say the Grinch who stole Christmas lights, a flat-screen TV and expensive coolers from a Florida dealership showroom this month turned out to be a man who had recently bought a vehicle at the store and decided to go back for more.
The standard limousine wasn't good enough to chauffeur government officials and corporate executives in town for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum this month in Papua New Guinea.
Preventing carsickness. It's next on the new mobility to-do list.
The Aston Martin Vanquish mystery might just be solved. A fellow English carmaker may have bought the tooling and design drawings for the outgoing supercar.
Switzerland's Emil Frey is now Europe's biggest dealer group based on revenue after last year's purchase of 275 sites from the Volkswagen Group, according to a report by dealer analyst ICDP.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' lagging stock price has at least one investor offering suggestions.
Waymo is planning to launch the world's first commercial robotaxi service.
General Motors' announcement that it plans to market a line of electric bikes marks a return to an industry where the company was once a major player.
Former Jaguar chief Bibiana Boerio knew the Pennsylvania congressional seat would be a tough job. It was. She lost 58 percent to 42 percent to Republican Guy Reschenthaler.
VW CEO Herbert Diess, in a recent interview with Automotive News, said the company was "not very agressive in listening" to the aggressive advances of FCA, which was interested in a possible consolidation.
Evelyn Y. Davis, the self-proclaimed "Queen of the Corporate Jungle," gave new meaning to the word "gadfly." She died Nov. 4 at age 89.
Denise McCluggage, a pioneering race car driver and journalist who spent more than half a century with Autoweek, was immortalized as "Lady Leadfoot" in a 12,000-word-piece published last week by Sports Illustrated and Epic Magazine.