Dealers featured this week include Gary Duncan, dealer principal of Duncan Acura in Roanoke, Va., Bill Kassner, owner of Chapman Ford-Lincoln in Egg Harbor Township, N.J. and Abdel Guindin, general manager of Alberic Chrysler in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
With a signature from President Donald Trump last week, the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection's auto lending guidance was officially repealed, but two lenders remain bound by consent orders formed on the basis of potentially violating that guidance.
A state law enacted last year is getting the attention of automated-vehicle developers as Texas cities band together to attract pilot projects.
Trade experts aren't sure what the Trump administration is trying to accomplish with the autos inquiry, and are skeptical that it can help move the ball on NAFTA.
Subaru has been operating without a three-row crossover since it killed off the Tribeca in 2014. The new Ascent plugs the hole.
Tata has defied critics since buying the celebrated British brands from Ford Motor Co., turning them into one of the biggest automotive success stories in recent memory.
Former Toyota and Chrysler executive Jim Press takes issue with Bob Lutz's vision of the future of the auto industry.
We look at the 2019 Subaru Ascent, and compare it to the 2018 Ford Explorer.
The Reality Capture team's work could play a key role as GM retools and plans for its next-generation trucks and complex changeovers for electric vehicles.
Mercedes-Benz will put its premium A-class subcompact sedan into U.S. showrooms this year. But now that the automaker has begun giving U.S. retailers a look at the car, product plans and details are coming into sharper focus.
Automotive News' Fixed Ops Journal is holding its first conference.
Later this week, hundreds of stock analysts and journalists from across the globe will gather in Balocco, Italy, to hear retiring Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne and his top lieutenants lay out the automaker's next five-year business plan — a plan that will be the first executed without Marchionne at the helm.
Elon Musk and the UAW went toe-to-toe on Twitter last week. Tesla's CEO attacked the union, which is trying to organize workers at the company's plant in Fremont, Calif.
If consumers embrace General Motors' four-cylinder engine in the next-generation Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups, GM will have Ford to thank.
Ferrari's SP38 one-off is a mashup of 308, F40 and 488 design cues.
The future of transportation may be electric, but German supplier Schaeffler is confident there is still good money to be made in the future of internal combustion engines.
CarMax, long the volume giant in the used-car market, also leads its rivals in profits and margins -- but challengers, however far behind, are on the rise.
Mercedes gives dealers their first glimpse of the "baby G class," coming as a 2020 model.
A Miami auto group's wellness program has reduced absenteeism and improved engagement as employees eat better, lose weight and pay less for health insurance.
Even if the business is built around technology, attention is what brings in the investment dollars and helps make the business understandable to regular consumers.
The big giveaway in rapper Drake's heart-tugging video was going to be a Honda Civic.
Prince Harry drove his new wife, Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, to their evening wedding party in this modernized 1968 convertible and in doing so gifted Jaguar an untold amount of positive publicity.
Self-driving cars and electric vehicles may become popular in the future, but there is still a lot to be learned about both technologies — and much to be proven. The question in both cases is how the industry should go about proving that they are ready for prime time.
Like nearly all automotive success stories, Jaguar Land Rover's resurgence is rooted in engineering and design, but its previous owner, Ford, also deserves some credit.
Being a latecomer to the electric vehicle market has its advantage.
Peugeot design boss explains the new 508's unconventional looks.
FCA US is altering its employee/retiree discount plan to curb the practice of selling or giving away vehicle discounts to people who are not immediate family members.
BMW looks likely to follow Audi's e-tron with a battery-powered full-size crossover, the heart of the premium EV market, when the iNEXT debuts in 2021.
The sale of a 2017 Mercedes-Benz G550 for $239,500 in late April shows how ACV Auctions, an app-enabled dealer-to-dealer auction platform, has matured.
German car-rental company Sixt is the first third-party seller integrated into MBonDemand, a Web-based platform for sales of used Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
Geely's Lynk & CO luxury startup wanted a blank-sheet approach to design -- even as Volvo helped create it.
Continental's technology chief grapples with how to bring AI and connectivity together for a seamless auto experience.
Why GM must explain its small-engine strategy for Silverado, Sierra. Plus, PSA's N.A. boss on car sharing, subscription services and future retailing.
In a quest to establish itself in a world that grew to include Lexus and Infiniti, the chief of Acura says the brand went down a "wandering road" where it lost touch with its roots.
The auto retail legends of today discuss the individuals who mentored them, and how that has prompted them to do likewise for the next generation.
When Fiat Chrysler presents its 2018-22 business plan on June 1, the biggest question mark will be the future of the Fiat brand, which has been losing share steadily in its two main markets — Europe and Brazil — and is disappearing in the U.S.