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VW, Ford, GM, Toyota dominate North American Car and Truck of the Year short list

Volkswagen Group of America has four vehicles in the running for North American Car and Truck of the Year awards.  » READ

Next-gen Chevy Volt to debut at 2015 Detroit auto show


GM readying aluminum body trucks by late 2018, report says


Toyota readies remix of Camry with 'waku-doki'


On giant turntable, go-go boots still key to pitch as glass ceiling shatters


Chevy Corvette Z06, Ford F-150 top Autoweek's picks of the show


Biden says U.S. bet on auto industry paid off


Smack down, gutsy and moonshots: What people are saying about Ford's new F-150


Cadillac's big moment in song


Hyundai sits out small crossover utility boom as rivals gear up


Acura mulls Honda Fit-based compact crossover


Software -- the new battleground


Acura's TLX to do double duty


Lexus puts performance in RC F coupe


Ford to drop F-150 Tremor from truck lineup


Mulally: Auto industry needs privacy boundaries set by law


JCI preps lightweight lead-acid battery


Tesla's global sales top 22,000 in 2013, stock rises 16%


Cadillac chief: ATS convertible, wagon on the table


Electric cars pose different risks, not more, U.S. regulator says


Cadillac ATS coupe sets sights on rivals BMW, Mercedes


Michelin says new tire gets better with age


Ghosts, sleek, gawkiness and the Audi A7: What people think of new Chrysler 200


625 hp Vette Z06 hits 'supercar' performance


Kia calls GT4 a 'throwback' to era of untamed sports cars


GM mulls small diesel for pickups


Nissan sedan concept teases racier Maxima


Hyundai to keep 2015 Genesis sticker below $40K


VW eyes bigger Tiguan to meet U.S. sales goals


Toyota's FT-1 concept hints at future sports car