Kia's posh Telluride has 'good chance' to move forward, Schreyer saysThu, 29, Sep 2016
Peter Schreyer, Kia and Hyundai's chief design officer, is optimistic the Telluride will be approved for production following a positive reception for a concept shown at the Detroit auto show. The production version of the Telluride, the largest SUV or crossover in the Kia lineup since the Borrego was dropped, would maintain the general size and proportions of the concept.
VW weighs more models to 'strike back' in U.S.Wed, 28, Sep 2016
Volkswagen is mulling new models to bolster its car-heavy U.S. lineup as it charts a U.S. recovery plan, its global brand chief says. VW brand chairman Herbert Diess didn't offer details on the models under study, but hinted strongly that VW is more likely to add more SUVs and crossovers than sedans.
Land Rover replaces LR4 with lighter, roomier DiscoveryWed, 28, Sep 2016
Land Rover wants to expand its base of buyers and more aggressively attack the full-size SUV market with the all-new Discovery -- a larger, roomier and more fuel-efficient replacement for the LR4 sold in the U.S. since 2009.
Hyundai union stages first full strike in 12 yearsMon, 26, Sep 2016
Hyundai Motor's South Korean labor union staged its first full nationwide strike in 12 years today over stalled wage talks, putting the automaker's earnings and sales targets at risk.
Porsche expected to show first station wagon in Geneva next yearTue, 13, Sep 2016
Porsche plans to introduce its first station wagon at the Geneva auto show next year, a move further stretching the brand's portfolio beyond the iconic 911 sports car into a more utilitarian segment, according to people familiar with the strategy.
Skoda unveils SUV that could reach U.S.Mon, 12, Sep 2016
Skoda's Kodiaq large SUV, which was unveiled last week, could lead the Volkswagen Group brand's entry into the U.S.
Urus 'will be a game changer,' Lamborghini CEO saysMon, 05, Sep 2016
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali says buyers can expect something new going forward.