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Volkswagon Group CEO Herbert Diess anticipates challenges of launching 80 new electric vehicles across its brands by 2025.
Former Rolls-Royce design chief Giles Taylor has been tapped to lead the design team for China's Hongqi, also called Red Flag.
Daimler is developing an autonomous electric vehicle that can switch between being a people carrier and a delivery van, as the automaker seeks an edge over rivals such as Alphabet's Waymo and Deutsche Post in shaping the future of mobility.
British sports car booster Kjell Qvale, who died in 2013, has been inducted into the British Sports Car Hall of Fame.
A 1964 Volkswagen of America print advertisement offers clues to why cars are in steep decline today.
An internal message, signed by Continental's management board, criticizes underperformance of half a dozen business units
Lego designers have a new toy--a life-size, driveable Bugatti Chiron, with more than a million pieces.
Volvo robocar aims to lure short-haul air travelers.
In August, BMW pulled within 58 units of #1 Mercedes-Benz in year-long sales figures, tightening the U.S. luxury car sales race.
Jaguar Land Rover engineers tests eyes on self-driving pods to spot pedestrians.
Limits on housing market investments in China have real estate developers looking to the EV market for new money-making opportunities.
Hyundai's chief marketer, Dean Evans, predicts auto shows will make a comeback.
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