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New U.S. sales boss at Nissan; 2019 Ram 1500 uncovered; A Bolt experiment in the Big Apple; Contentious talks leave NAFTA fate in doubt; Elio's 3-wheeled challenge.
With Spain's media focused on the political crisis over Catalonia, VW's Spanish division Seat has decided to delay announcing the name of its new midsize SUV model.
Trade ministers from the U.S., Canada and Mexico wrap up a contentious round of NAFTA trade talks on Tuesday marked by aggressive U.S. demands that have left the future of the trade pact in doubt.
Mitsubishi Motors is planning to inject more than $5.35 billion in capital spending and r&d over the next three years, the Nikkei newspaper reported.
U.S. authorities are seeking Kobe Steel documents related to the company's data cheating scandal, the Japanese steelmaker said.
Polestar, the performance badge formerly part of Chinese-owned Volvo Cars, debuted Tuesday as a standalone electric vehicle brand with the unveiling of the Polestar 1 coupe.
Masahiro Moro, who has helped drive higher brand loyalty since taking over as CEO of Mazda North American Operations last year, will speak Jan. 17 at the Automotive News World Congress.
A new building did more than expand Anchor Subaru. It changed dealer Bob Benoit's outlook and his connection with his customers. Here's his story.
Motherson Sumi is India's largest auto parts supplier. It's rapidly becoming one of North America's.
Daimler is recalling more than 1 million Mercedes cars and SUVs worldwide to address potential unintended airbag deployments. Most of the affected models are in the US and UK.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
Dealers can reshape auto retailing by embracing new business models and developing value propositions that meet the needs of today's consumers, says Don Flow, CEO of Flow Automotive Cos.
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