Final Assembly

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.

Hyundai's billboard challenge

Hyundai installed billboards around the Geneva auto show calling out Tesla CEO Elon Musk by name.

What killed a deal between FCA and Geely?

Last summer, after Automotive News reported that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles had a Chinese suitor, FCA said it had had no contact with Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co.

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.

Range Rover price hits new heights

The British, creators of the luxury SUV segment in 1970 with the original Range Rover, are attempting to fend off potential interlopers from Italy, Germany and elsewhere with an armada of superluxe off-roaders.

Dyson: Billion here, billion there

James Dyson, who established the company that bears his name and vacuumed up quite a fortune, aims to bring three electric vehicles to market and may build them in China, according to the Financial Times.

The D-Type can be beat

Jaguar’s D-Type, among the most iconic vehicles in the British brand’s history, would lose a race to 60 mph with a somewhat unlikely opponent — the new I-Pace electric crossover.

Is Kuniskis ready for the 'woods'?

Some of us tried to read between the lines of Fiat Chrysler's personnel changes last week — the reassigning of Tim Kuniskis, head of passenger car brands such as Dodge, Chrysler and Fiat in North America, as the new global head for Maserati and Alfa Romeo.

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