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Lamborghini set to announce Italian production for new SUV, report says

Lamborghini is set to announce Wednesday that it will build a new SUV in Italy, sources said. The carmaker has said it has the potential to sell 3,000 SUVs a year, more than doubling the size of the brand.  » READ
 

Hyundai wins race to offer Android Auto

 

Audi expects in-car electronics to become as valuable as horsepower

 

Auto industry's $23 billion investment in Mexico may face snarls at ports

 

4th-gen MX-5 Miata tries to renew interest in small sporty cars

 

Ford Explorer Platinum aims at high-end competitors

 

Hyundai boss Zuchowski sees green light for small pickup

 

Wrangler will still use steel, Sergio says

 

Ford makes over another icon by going aluminum

 

Kansas City bids to become EV mecca

 

Software issues hold back some Renegades

 

GM wrings more pickups out of busy plant

 

JLR aiming high with SVO unit

 

Chrysler awd minivan dilemma: Electrify axle or ditch Stow 'n Go

 

BMW to build X2 crossover, report says

 

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Automotive News adds reporter

 

Now that's what we call a hands-on executive

 

Detroit returns to Tokyo auto show with Jeep

 

Lessons from a self-driving instructor

 

Vigor, vigilance are just what we need from NHTSA

 

An exception for skilled workers

 

Lear: 'Facts speak for themselves'

 

NHTSA's Rosekind lays down the law, and the industry is rattled

 

Redesigned Mazda2 hatchback sits out U.S.

 

Now, Nissan will build up products, tech

 

Union effort at Toyota Canada stirs to life

 

Regulators, automakers, entrepreneurs push to break through the V2V roadblock

 

Marchionne approached GM about a merger, but was rebuffed, NYT reports

 

Ford Mustang Shelby GT 350 seen in Detroit

 

Daimler, Qualcomm to develop in-car tech, wireless charging

 

Honda Pilot seeks a smoother landing

 

Feds find GM acted criminally in ignition switch defect, NYT says

 

Connected cars could face data traffic jams, study says

 

Recall completion rates declining, Autotrader surveys show

 

Hyundai to boost output of Tucson SUV

 

Mazda, Mitsubishi and Subaru add more cars to Takata airbag recall

 

Porsche recalls 918 Spyder on cooling system risk

 

Audi will add Q8 in 2019, electric SUV in 2018

 

Ford, Fiat resume output in Turkey