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Mazda CEO Masamichi Kogai concedes his company is still in transition mode, four years after predicting U.S. sales would hit 400,000 a year. Now, he says the resurgence will start in earnest in 2019.
Spy photographers recently captured the Hyundai FCEV, revealing the crossover's styling cues are largely carried over from a concept that debuted in August. The production FCEV will be formally introduced at CES in January.
Elon Musk, the horsepower-happy Dodge brand and stick shifts: Things we are thankful for. Plus, finding value in the gas-gauge arrow.
BMW is selling its 49 percent stake in its joint venture with carbon fiber specialist SGL. BMW is limiting its use of the material and turning to cheaper alternatives such as aluminum.
A fresh surge of vehicles coming off leases in 2018 will include more light trucks and fewer cars. Increasingly, they'll have low mileage and higher price tags.
The Jeep Scrambler -- FCA's planned Wrangler-based pickup -- will come with an optional droptop, Automotive News has learned.
Chinese startup SF Motors says it's learned a lesson from watching the flashy, short life cycles of competitors.
As Bosch seeks groundbreaking solutions for autonomous vehicles, the supplier's culture is changing to allow failure, as long as it provides a valuable lesson.
BMW will invest 200 million euros ($237 million) over the next four years in a battery cell competence center in Munich, the automaker's home city.
VW AG named an executive from outside the company, former Daimler engineer Kurt Blumenroeder, to head powertrain development at its core VW brand.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling about 8,000 Jeep Compass compact crossovers in North America because passenger-side airbags could contain loose fasteners.
Mitsubishi Materials said its subsidiaries falsified data about products, including parts for cars, for at least a year. It is the latest in a series of quality assurance scandals in Japan.
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