Cadillac's Project Pinnacle loosens up
Cadillac has modified standards to allow a smoother transition into the long-term retailer network strategy, which has been a point of contention between some dealers and Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen.
Jim Hackett's big moment
After quietly evaluating Ford's operations since taking over as CEO in May, Jim Hackett is expected to start laying out his plan for the automaker during a meeting with Wall Street next week.
New execs, different worlds
Both Henio Arcangeli Jr. and Kyung Soo "Kenny" Lee are new U.S. chiefs of two Asian brands and the third person in less than a year to fill his respective role. And neither one ever has run the U.S. arm of an automaker before.
Panamera wagon orders please Porsche execs
The U.S. order book for the redesigned Porsche Panamera includes a strong 10 percent take rate for the Sport Turismo wagon coming early next year.
Oge urges Bill Ford to lead on emissions standards
Former EPA official Margo Oge says manufacturers "would do much better if they walk the talk that they are building cool, clean and smart cars."
Football, furniture and Ford
Here are 10 facts about Ford's top executive Jim Hackett.
Jaguar's F-Type replacement is a go, and it will be electrified
In the era of SUVS, Jaguar isn't giving up on sports cars.
Under Geely, Lotus could expand range
Lotus' new Chinese owner has a vision for the U.K. sports car brand -- Porsche-like range expansion.
XC40: Volvo's platform for ideas
With its new XC40 small crossover, Volvo is taking aim at Lexus, BMW and Audi.
Mercedes: U.S. will get complete EQ lineup
EVs are coming for every Mercedes segment in the U.S.
BMW to market top-tier models with new logo
As BMW rolls out new models, the company will reposition the top of its lineup with a new logo and marketing efforts.
The new book of Genesis
Chapter and verse illuminate the origins and philosophy of the world's newest luxury contender with inspirational meditations and artsy photos.
Nissan turns over new Leaf, hits 150 million
A futuristic second-generation Leaf electric vehicle that rolled off the line was also the 150 millionth vehicle produced by Nissan automaker since the company's start in 1933.
Ford, now with poker face protection
Ford Motor Co. has patented a retractable table with an airbag inside of it for use in self-driving cars.
Chris Bangle at the edge of the world
Former BMW design chief Chris Bangle is an explainer extraordinaire and a wildly creative allegorist.
Exotics grow greener and taller
Once confined to the mundane world of Priuses and Volts, electrification is bringing sexy back, seeping into the highest echelons of the automotive stratosphere.
Porsche sees an electrified future
After the production version of the Mission E electric sedan arrives at the end of this decade, an electric Macan may be next.
Maserati updates move in slow lane
Maserati enthusiasts are accustomed to waiting for new models — which is good, because the brand's product plans are running into delays.
Waiting for VW to tell the truth
Two years have passed since Volkswagen publicly admitted lying about the emissions from its "clean diesel" vehicles. As hard as it has tried to move on, the stench of its bad acts lingers.
Tesla adjusting to mass market
Though physical changes are few and far between, Tesla is continually updating its vehicle software to improve vehicle functions and enhance driver assistance features.
Lamborghini's crossover moment arrives
Lamborghini will keep churning out variants to sustain interest in its two main nameplates, while the addition of a utility vehicle will introduce a new look to the brand's profile.