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VW will invest 86 billion euros chasing Toyota for global car sales lead

 

German builder of crash-test facilities forms China unit

 

Opel names new engineering chief

 

U.S. to be main market for Mercedes-AMG GT

 

Suzuki plant in Hungary will return to double shifts ahead of Vitara launch, report says

 

Gestamp expects China to be its No. 3 market by 2015

 

Alfa Romeo midsize sedan will be unveiled next June

 

Schaeffler posts 36% jump in Q3 profit on car demand rebound in Europe

 

BMW may need to increase i8 production to cut waiting lists

 

GM shuffles top execs for quality, purchasing, powertrain

 

GM approves Opel SUV and engine investments in Germany, Poland

 

BMW CEO to join Siemens supervisory board, report says

 

Mercedes presents Maybach S class as luxury executive cocoon

 

TRW shareholders approve $13.5 billion takeover by ZF

 

UK car production likely to miss full-year target on weak overseas demand

 

Blogs

Volkswagen raises the stakes in China

 

U.S. driver data rules are not tough enough for Europe

 

How to humanize autonomous driving

 

Ford's Odell: Sharp, talented and respectful

 

Suzuki seeks BMW-like success -- on the seas

 

Inside the Numbers

Europe's auto recovery continues without France

 

Western European car sales rise 6% in September

 

Germany joins France, Italy in reporting car-sales rebound in September

 

On the Move

Opel names new engineering chief

 

GM shuffles top execs for quality, purchasing, powertrain

 

PSA moves Xavier Peugeot to Citroen, names new Peugeot product chief

 

Faurecia promotes seating chief Koller to No. 2 role

 

Rolls-Royce names BMW exec interior design chief

 

Latest Launches

Jeep pushes Renegade's off-road skills

 

Mini 5-door may become best-seller

 

Nissan touts Pulsar's roominess

 

Audi seeks to increase TT's market share

 

BMW's taboo-breaker, the 2-series Active Tourer