Superior CEO looks to Asia after UniwheelsJuly 17
Ford supplier's boardroom drama zeros in on aluminum patentMay 7
Lentz: Aluminum panels could be in Toyota's futureMay 8
Toyota could be the next automaker to add lightweight aluminum body panels in a bid to improve fuel economy. Jim Lentz, Toyota's North American CEO, all but confirmed it at an event last week to christen the company's expanded r&d center.
AutoNews Now: Subaru's Ascent back into hot segmentApril 12
Range Rover aims high with VelarMarch 1
Jaguar Land Rover is giving Range Rover its first midsize SUV, the Velar. The new model will be positioned between the smaller Range Rover Evoque and the larger Range Rover Sport. It goes on sale in July.
Researchers map rough road to reducing vehicle weightDec. 27, 2016
Plastics have seen increased opportunities to get onto North American-made cars and trucks as automakers work to improve their fleets' fuel economy. But the real growth lies ahead, when the need to reduce mass from today's cars climbs to 15 percent and higher.
Rolls-Royce previews first SUV as road testing beginsDec. 2, 2016
Rolls-Royce released pictures of the prototype that will be used to develop the brand's first SUV-styled vehicle due to launch in 2018. The prototype will now be tested under winter and desert conditions.
Ford's next-gen Explorer expected to grow, spy photos showNov. 8, 2016
BMW limits carbon fiber use to protect profitsOct. 28, 2016
China's Zhongwang enters U.S. auto aluminum market with $2.3 billion deal for AlerisAug. 29, 2016
Zhongwang USA, backed by Chinese aluminum magnate Liu Zhongtian, is buying U.S. aluminum company Aleris in a bet by the billionaire that the nascent U.S. automotive aluminum sector will be the industry's next big growth market.