When Bentley owners are the have-notsJan. 23
Reliving the golden era of French luxuryOct. 29, 2016
AutoNews Now: VW dealers' new worry: PoachersAug. 22, 2016
Bugatti's showrooms are missing somethingAug. 1, 2016
Imagine an entire global network of dealerships without a single vehicle in them. This isn't a new digitally inspired direct-sales innovation but the reality of selling cars costing a shade under $3 million apiece.
Supercars could go silent as hybrids, self-driving take holdApril 5, 2016
The appeal of a supercar used to be relatively straightforward: aggressive styling, a growling engine, and racetrack-ready handling, garnished with an exotic name. But the time-honored formula is being tested as customers demand more than just acceleration and a gawking public.
Bugatti weighs sedan and EV but not SUVMarch 14, 2016
Bugatti mulls four-door sedanMarch 2, 2016
Bugatti is considering the development of a four-door sedan as a follow-up to its new $2.7 million, two-seat Chiron. Bugatti last toyed with the idea of a four-door car five years ago when it presented the Galibier concept.
Bugatti Chiron, to be priced at $2.6 million, is 'ready for a new world speed record'Feb. 29, 2016
The Bugatti Chiron will not only be the world's fastest car -- it will also make money for parent Volkswagen Group, the brand said today as it unveiled the high-performance coupe, which is the successor to the Veyron.
High-performance vehicles will be on parade at GenevaFeb. 21, 2016
Ultra-luxury brands, 'Bond' star, shine in intimate Detroit showroomJan. 10, 2016
VW to shift focus to profits over volume, Mueller saysOct. 29, 2015
The Volkswagen Group is working on a new business plan -- dubbed Strategy 2025 -- that will focus on improving the automaker's profitably rather than on volume growth, CEO Matthias Mueller said Wednesday. Top goals under the plan include reducing models and decentralizing group management with more independence for brands and regions.
VW's 12-brand empire under scrutiny as costs of emissions scandal mountOct. 20, 2015
Faced with billions of euros in costs for its emissions cheating scandal, VW may have to consider overhauling its 12-brand empire. Robust profits from Porsche and Audi may no longer be enough to fund financially struggling divisions such as Seat and Bugatti, industry watchers say.