BMW won't chase sales to keep U.S. luxury crownFri, 14, Oct 2016
It's only mid-October, but BMW is conceding the highly contested race for top-selling premium brand in the United States. BMW's U.S. sales will drop this year from a record 346,023 vehicles in 2015 because the German brand doesn't have enough crossovers to meet hot demand.
'Weird,' 'wild,' 'ludicrous': The Lexus UXMon, 10, Oct 2016
It seems the most amusing concept at the recent Paris auto show was Lexus' UX, a subcompact dreamed up by the brand's studio in southern France.
Menacing or mesmerizing?Mon, 03, Oct 2016
The Lexus UX Concept had an imposing presence in Paris, with its medieval weaponlike grille and Mad Max wheels.
Lexus hints at expanded crossover family with small UX ConceptThu, 29, Sep 2016
Lexus used the Paris auto show on Thursday to unveil its next move in crossovers: a small one. The UX Concept serves as “Lexus' vision for a compact SUV of the future,” Toyota's luxury arm said.
Mercedes pads luxury lead as deals fail to lift BMWMon, 03, Oct 2016
Mercedes-Benz outsold its luxury competitors in the U.S. in September, adding to its lead for the year as demand for SUVs and crossovers helped overcome a surge in incentive spending by BMW.
Toyota edges higher; Tacoma sales strong in SeptemberMon, 03, Oct 2016
Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. said September sales rose 1.5 percent to 197,260 vehicles, with strong light-truck volume -- led by the Tacoma -- offsetting weak car demand.
Paris: City of highlights and lowlightsSun, 02, Oct 2016
Reporter David Undercoffler takes a look at the highlights (and lowlights) of the Paris Auto Show.