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Cadillac's new chief vows no retreat on pricing strategy

Cadillac has no plans to back off its sharply higher sticker prices or sweeten incentives to improve slumping U.S. sales, new brand chief Johan de Nysschen said.  » READ
 

Tesla's task is to keep buzz with new models

 

Rolls-Royce considers a crossover

 

Daimler pact powers Aston Martin's future

 

Lambo waits for the OK to join superlux crossover parade

 

Growing Maserati to add 1st SUV in 2016

 

Crossover key to lifting Bentley sales

 

Supercar reality check: It's crossover time

 

Ferrari turns to turbos and hybrids

 

Mercedes' 911-fighter is set to arrive here in 2016

 

BMW 2-series droptop variants to get awd

 

Jaguar XE gets lots of aluminum

 

BMW: Decision on new-look Mini EV still months away

 

Ferrari to launch a 10-unit limited-edition model for the U.S.

 

Kia prices Soul EV at $33,700, above Leaf

 

Athletic Mazda2 debuts as test on many levels

 

Toyota shows utility-van concept for craft-oriented businesses

 

Tackling the next parallel-parking challenge -- unparking

 

BMW's larger 2-series droptop hits U.S. in early 2015

 

Racing-inspired $120,000 2016 Mercedes-AMG GT zooms into U.S. in April

 

Dodge Challenger Hellcat dealer ordering begins -- with a catch

 

Aluminum Jaguar XE marks return to compact luxury segment

 

Porsche goes for faster and fuel-efficient

 

Audi mines its Q's to fuel its already rapid growth pace

 

After Golf, Volkswagen will start crossover countdown

 

VW's luxury brands set product pace

 

Mazda splurges on MX-5 Miata debut and celebration

 

Next MX-5 Miata will help Mazda define itself

 

2015 Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon rated at 21 mpg, GM says

 

Toyota raises prices on 2015 Sienna minivans

 

GM says early orders surge for Colorado pickup

 

Land Rover sets base Discovery Sport price at $38,920

 

Ford abandons practice of removing items to boost heavy-duty pickup payload ratings

 

Small commercial van to join Ram

 

Fiat lineup to add crossover, roadster

 

Alfa Romeo is bound for U.S. but details are scant

 

Jeep likely to give next-gen Wrangler an aluminum body

 

Dodge to re-engineer Dart, redesign Journey

 

Chrysler brand to double lineup

 

Chrysler shifts to Fiat platforms, adds mpg

 

Buick lifts cover on Envision crossover in China

 

Lexus NX may challenge RX for brand sales leader outside U.S.

 

Mercedes to ditch M-class in favor of GLE as part of renaming strategy

 

Consumer Reports judges Ram 1500 EcoDiesel tops among half-ton pickups

 

Mitsubishi to tweak design for a unified look

 

Ford begins 'massive undertaking' to manufacture aluminum pickup

 

Ram makes a power move in heated rivalry with Ford Super Duty

 

Subaru moves to 1 platform, new generation of engine technology

 

Mazda making big changes fast

 

Hybrids, crossovers key vehicles from Japan