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Smart sticks with single nameplate

The Smart microcar will continue to be a niche product in the U.S. with annual sales of about 10,000. Management has chosen to sell only one car here - the miniscule ForTwo and not the four-seat ForFour.  » READ
 

Jaguar filling the compact, crossover void

 

Land Rover will add convertible, bring Defender back

 

M-B will grow, from compacts to Maybach

 

7 series continues BMW's high-tech push

 

Mini drops models in its move upmarket

 

After XC90, Volvo continues its product barrage

 

Luxury brands draw tech battle lines

 

Hyundai compact truck based on Santa Cruz concept set for approval

 

Pickups, crossovers and powertrain dominate Japan 3 plans

 

Toyota begins shift to global platform

 

A supercar, then a mini crossover for Acura

 

Honda in line for plug-in, a turbo injection

 

Infiniti's bold overhaul begins next spring

 

Lexus arms for luxury battle with updated CT, new crossover

 

Long-starved Scion gets a serving of new cars, crossovers

 

Nissan aims for volume sweet spots with rollouts

 

Crossovers to spread across GM brands

 

Chevrolet clears space for a new crossover

 

Cadillac cooks up more alphabet soup

 

Buick awaits compact crossover, droptop

 

Big year ahead for Chevrolet cars

 

Mercedes readies advanced safety tech for next E class

 

Toyota's next Prius hybrid takes on fastback styling

 

Mazda3 repackaged for 2016 with more features, new base price

 

Alfa's new sport sedan to get Ferrari V-6 power, report says

 

Mercedes-Benz mulls return of R class for some markets

 

Mercedes GLC crossover moves up in size, features from GLK

 

2015 Alfa Romeo 4C Spider starts at $65,495

 

Ford returns to Le Mans race in 2016 with GT supercar

 

2016 Chevrolet Cruze will be larger, lighter

 

Is Ssangyong coming to America ... with a Jeep Wrangler rival?

 

'16 Camaro leaner, more flexible

 

U.S. Boxster, Cayman to get 4-cylinders in '16

 

GM bypasses auto show circuit to unveil Camaro on Detroit's Belle Isle

 

It's out! 2016 Chevy Camaro leaks on CNBC, social media

 

Aston Martin secures funds to build DBX crossover