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N.Y. takeoff for new Lincoln Aviator; VW to bring 'Volks SUV' to U.S.; Porsche expands EV mission; Mercedes USA's new HQ; Trump's 'bowling ball test' jest; Introducing 'The Closer.'
It's not often that the head of a major car company will admit to not being up to speed on the latest, hot industrywide trend. McLaren's sales boss, Jolyon Nash, has no such qualms.
Lincoln said it will debut its crossover with the resurrected Aviator name this month at the New York auto show, and it will be based off the redesigned Ford Explorer large crossover.
Proponents of the AV START Act say they're eager to address concerns raised by Sen. Dianne Feinstein and four other Democrats.
Ford to reshape lineup, focus on hybrids and light trucks; Buick, Infiniti rank tops in service; GM prepares to roll out production AVs; Tariff warning; A look at Audi e-tron GT.
GM, VW, Fiat Chrysler and Daimler knew of problems with Takata airbag inflators and should have moved faster to recall vehicles, according to court documents cited by owners suing the automakers.
New England dealer David Rosenberg will now lead one of the largest groups in the nation after the combination of Prime Motor and stores owned by GPB Capital.
Now that employees are ready to start moving into Mercedes-Benz USA's new $93 million headquarters in Atlanta, the luxury automaker is making another investment in the Atlanta market.
General Motors said it will build production versions of its self-driving Cruise AV car at its Orion Township assembly plant in Michigan.
The auto industry improved 12 points from last year and posted its biggest one-year gain since 2012 in the annual survey, which measures customer satisfaction with dealership service departments.
The Georgia State Supreme Court unanimously upheld a $40 million award to the family of a 4-year-old boy killed in 2012 when the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee in which he was riding was rear-ended and burst into flames.
Businesses that want to win exclusions from President Trump's planned tariffs on imported steel and aluminum will face a high bar set by the Commerce Department, according to a news report.
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