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Why others aren't adopting Ford's aluminum strategy

It's starting to look like the switch to all-aluminum bodies for high-volume vehicles may not happen at all. Here's why: Ford's strategy for the change in metals doesn't apply to other automakers.  » READ
 

Putting Sergio's thesis to the test

 

Takata apology is a sign that accountability is new normal

 

Performance rules -- despite the push for more mpg

 

Thinking outside the customers' box

 

Autonomous vehicle explosion brings challenges

 

A proving ground for collaboration

 

Store renovation blues are back

 

Birthday wish for CFPB: Get real

 

All self-driving cars will need V2V capability

 

Time to rethink Detroit 3-UAW ties

 

Like the others, Nardelli learned the hard way -- or did he?

 

Self-driving cars make ethical choices

 

Did Piech's prodding revive Alfa?

 

Toyota must keep on pushing for diversity

 

A sales record not worth breaking

 

Is Marchionne right? Let's find out

 

The connected car will get better with age

 

'Car guy' passion is universal

 

Electronic gremlins may keep old cars off the road

 

Marchionne's merger mania: Why now?

 

EV subsidies and the bottom line

 

Gibberish! What did you expect?

 

No room for 'pink tax' in a car contract

 

Android Auto's simplicity is such a luxury

 

A tale of 2 production booms

 

To win over humans, Google's self-driving car must clear a high bar

 

Which road to self-driving tech will win?

 

Who owns vehicle-generated data?

 

Love 'em or hate 'em, handle call centers the right way

 

Piech's out at VW -- for the moment

 

Piech's fall is a familiar tale in this industry

 

Detroit has little to gain from free trade with Japan

 

Auto industry should cheer Tesla Motors' battery play

 

States' varying auto insurance rates play with the car-buying equation

 

50 years since 'Unsafe at Any Speed'