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BMW says new 7 series will park itself without driver at wheel

BMW says its new 7-series flagship sedan will be the world's first series-production car that can be parked without anyone at the wheel. The innovation will help make the automaker's flagship the most technologically advanced model in its class, r&d boss Klaus Froehlich said.  » READ
 

Toyota plots Prius comeback

 

Subaru aims to expand STI performance line

 

Ford to spend $2.5 billion on new Mexico engine, transmission operations

 

GM counting on high-speed Internet services in car to drive profits

 

Volvo narrows choices for U.S. plant to S. Carolina, 2nd state, report says

 

Lotus forms joint venture to build cars, engines in China

 

Volkswagen CEO Winterkorn to stay in defeat for Piech

 

VW's top board group backs Winterkorn as 'best possible' CEO

 

South Korea steps up price-fixing crackdown on auto suppliers

 

Mahindra near deal to acquire Italian design house Pininfarina, report says

 

Ford eyes 'high volume' use of carbon fiber

 

Fiat 500X seeks to fill holes in Italian brand's lineup

 

Renault wants France to back down on voting rights rise

 

Nissan to expand U.S. recalls tied to Takata airbag flaw

 

U.S. bill would streamline passage of 2 key trade deals

 

VW committee meeting ends with no statement on leadership talks

 

Frank Audette, longtime Detroit area Cadillac dealer, dead at 90

 

Chinese automakers are taking over the hottest SUV market

 

Aluminum F-150 improves crash-test rating from all-steel predecessor

 

Magna to sell interiors unit to Grupo Antolin for $525 million

 

Chinese conglomerate completes acquisition of Prestolite Electric

 

Volkswagen extends Routan ignition-switch recalls

 

Fiat goes Dutch with first annual investor meeting in Amsterdam

 

Fiat Chrysler has no plans to list other brands after Ferrari

 

Toyota engineer doubts electric cars will spread even with rapid chargers

 

GM is shielded from some ignition-switch suits, ruling finds

 

VW struggle in 'diplomacy phase' as investors weigh CEO change

 

FCA sale of Ferrari stake unlikely to exceed 10% after all

 

Marchionne will show data supporting industry need for consolidation

 

Toyota investments in Mexico, China to usher in new cost-efficiency strategy

 

2016 Cadillac ELR to get $10,000 price cut, more power

 

Hyundai may add Mexico plant as local auto sales increase

 

Toyota to announce details on Mexico factory; Corolla production will move from Canada to new plant, report says

 

Piech, Winterkorn to discuss VW leadership crisis, report says

 

Smart transportation coalition forms to promote tech to lawmakers

 

JPMorgan Chase loses bid to reclaim security for $1.5 billion GM loan

 

Cadillac CT6 underpinnings could support a big Buick

 

Ford to unveil $2.5 billion Mexico investment on Friday, report says

 

Chevy cuts price, adds incentives for Spark EV