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After teasing the public with dramatic and unlikely concept cars in two previous years, Cadillac used this year's Monterey Car Week to glimpse into a future that will actually happen.
Ford has staked its future on a grandiose moonshot, taking more time to test exhaustively before making one giant leap to full automation.
Volkswagen dealers are fighting to keep sales staff intact as U.S. sales continue to fall and the automaker's diesel emissions cheating scandal drags into a 12th month.
After hitting a five-year peak in 2015, combined sales of the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Camaro and Dodge Challenger have declined 8.4 percent this year. So is it time to worry about America's fabled muscle-car troika?
The Original Equipment Suppliers Association is joining EY as the second title sponsor for the Automotive News PACE Awards.
After used-vehicle prices went up steadily over the last few years, forecasters agreed that those prices would fall in 2016. But that hasn't happened -- yet. Here's why.
Dealership acquisitions were down in the first half of 2016, though multistore deals were up. Buy-sell advisers expect more pressure on luxury-brand store values as manufacturers seek expensive facility upgrades and as margins and volume continue to be under pressure.
Street Toyota salesman Nick Schuman has found a way to catch Pokemon and customers at the same time. By playing off the latest craze, he can build rapport in a low-key way with consumers drawn to his store's lots.
Honda's first five-door Civic hatchback for the U.S. will go on sale as a 2017 model.
Mercedes revealed a Maybach-branded two-plus-two concept that is heavily influenced by the "aero coupes" of yesteryear, but with a modern electric engine and high-tech interior.
Spy photos of Kia's upcoming subcompact crossover indicate a longish hood, stubby tail and limited cargo space -- a profile similar to the previous-generation Sportage.
The midsize crossover is due in the first quarter of 2017.
Hyundai's partnership with Amazon's Alexa shows how a startup mentality puts it at the front of the pack.
As floodwaters slowly recede in the area around Baton Rouge, La., auto dealerships are trying to do business with a limited number of employees, many of whom are dealing with losses of their own.
A Nissan dealership in Texas utilizes a new system that has helped exceed its targeted service revenue.
As U.S. auto sales growth slows and margins shrink, tension is likely to increase between automakers and their suppliers.
If you're lucky enough to attend the annual Woodward Dream Cruise outside Detroit or the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance a couple thousand miles west, you're treated to an automotive event that demonstrates that people love cars.
Uber's problematic business model has forced it out of China, not its 9.6 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) cash burn.
Dealers celebrate anniversaries with Chevrolet, Toyota and Honda.
A pilot program at Fort Bragg will use autonomous vehicles to transport wounded soldiers to the hospital for treatment. The technology is expected to be used as building blocks for driverless vehicles on the battlefield.
Hyundai aims to ramp up autonomous-driving development in the U.S. by tapping an expansive testing ground being built at an abandoned bomber factory complex outside Detroit.
Lacking the budget for a blanket approach, Mazda, Mitsubishi and Subaru are aligning their vehicle lineups to play to their strengths -- and juice profits at the same time.
Subaru is switching to a new global architecture that it says will guarantee competitiveness through 2025.
Mazda, the little automaker that could, is chugging into the near-premium space with updates to its core models.
Mitsubishi is hoping to ride recent momentum — and consumers' unending appetite for trucks — to new growth in the near future.
If Sherif Marakby is successful managing the transformation of a fleet of 100 Volvo XC90s into self-driving vehicles, it could put Uber in the lead in the race to commercialize autonomous driving.
Dealer Matthew Welch got creative to keep his staff on board and make new hires amid VW's scandal and declining new car sales.
Dealer Danny McKenna has seen staff walk out or refuse hire because of the VW diesel emission scandal. Here's how he's combat it.
An estimated 30,000 or more Jeep enthusiasts jammed into downtown Toledo, Ohio, on Aug. 13 for a parade and Jeep-only show to mark the 75th anniversary of the hot-selling brand.
Anything that reduces the prices of new vehicles also reduces the prices of used vehicles. That's why used-price forecasters have their eye on rising new-vehicle incentives.
The 2017 Bentley Bentayga has an all-new 6.0-liter, twin-turbocharged W-12 engine and ZF eight-speed automatic transmission.
For Bentley and its U.S. dealers the Bentayga ultraluxury SUV marks an opportunity to reboot, repolish and chart a new course.
In 2014, Southwest Kia, which operates three dealerships in the Dallas area, signed a consent order with the Federal Trade Commission, promising to halt what the agency said was deceptive advertising. Within months, the dealership group was back at it, the FTC says.
Ernie Lofton, former head of the UAW's Ford department, died Aug. 4. He was 84.
Former GM CEO Dan Akerson endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton for president and sharply criticized Donald Trump.
How much money is chasing electric vehicle startups in China? Just ask Freeman Shen, Volvo Car Corp.'s former China president.
Comedian John Oliver devoted nearly 18 minutes of his weekly HBO show “Last Week Tonight” on Aug. 14 to subprime auto lending, loans, which he said closely resembles the buildup to the subprime mortgage crisis that led to the Great Recession.
In the first half of 2016, the public dealership groups sold nearly as many dealerships as they acquired, according to "The Blue Sky Report," a quarterly publication by dealership buy-sell adviser Erin Kerrigan.