You must have an Automotive Newssubscription to view the digital edition
Click here to subscribe
General Motors is expanding its in-dash fuel payment service to millions of vehicles and thousands of fuel stations nationwide
Melody Lee, an Automotive News Rising Star in 2014, announced her mid-August departure on LinkedIn, saying she doesn't "know what's next" but she's "excited for it."
Expect Johan de Nysschen's plans for a new or redesigned vehicle coming every six months on average through 2021 to remain in place, if not be accelerated, under new boss Steve Carlisle.
GMC, up 17 percent, was the sales workhorse for General Motors in June; Chevrolet and Cadillac were also up while Buick tumbled.
Cadillac and General Motors are catching some flak in a tabloid-fueled feud between New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Republican challenger Marc Molinaro.
General Motors is investing $175 million in a mid-Michigan plant to build two of Cadillac's next-generation sedans.
It may resemble a Dodge Charger or Dart but look closely and you'll see styling cues from the Escala concept in what is expected to be the 2020 Cadillac CT5 sedan, a replacement for the ATS and CTS sedans.
Autopilot and Super Cruise: The two brand names reflect the diverging visions of autonomy that Tesla and General Motors are offering today's consumers.
General Motors will eventually expand its Super Cruise semiautonomous highway driving system found in Cadillac models to all of GM's vehicles in the U.S., product chief Mark Reuss said.
Dealers can get a head start marketing Cadillac's XT4 compact premium crossover not with traditional on-site inventory, but instead with virtual reality.
Ford expects F-150 disruptions to hurt earnings; Cadillac after the ATS; GM Korea rescue plan; NTSB probes Tesla crash; Waymo way ahead in AVs?; Mini honors royal wedding.
Mercedes-Benz USA, propelled by strong demand for SUVs, topped the luxury U.S. sales race in April and continues to outpace its nearest rivals, No. 2 BMW and No. 3 Lexus, year to date.
Automotive NewsJobs Board
Get 24/7 access to in-depth, authoritative coverage of the auto industry from a global team of reporters and editors covering the news that's vital to your business.
Sign up today to get the best of Automotive News delivered straight to your email inbox, free of charge. Choose your news – we'll deliver.
Entire contents © Crain Communications, Inc.
Use of editorial content without permission is strictly prohibited. All Rights Reserved.