Lexus execs see holes in the lineupMon, 16, Jan 2017
Lexus sees possibilities for expanding its lineup. Among them, a subcompact crossover, a three-row crossover, a broader range of F-badged performance cars and even possibly a Tesla-fighting all-electric entry.
Acura is still awaiting halo effect from NSXSat, 15, Oct 2016
Acura has long hoped that having a 573-hp awd hybrid supercar might help put an exclamation point on the rest of the brand's performance chops and, in turn, sell more vehicles. That hasn't happened yet.
BMW exec explains why less is more for Mini brandWed, 05, Aug 2015
BMW's board member in charge of Mini, Peter Schwarzenbauer, is reducing the brand's range to five models -- dropping the slow-selling Roadster, Coupe and Paceman. He admits that the move is controversial because it runs counter to the belief that more models mean more volume.
Porsche seeks better 'connected car' technology, exec saysThu, 19, Mar 2015
Top luxury brands have luxury of growing lineupsMon, 16, Mar 2015
When it comes to winning share in the ultracompetitive luxury car market, it helps to have more models on sale than your competitors. The 2014 sales champion, BMW, offered more models - 27 - than any of its competitors. Audi was second with 25, followed by Mercedes-Benz with 19, Lexus with 16 and Cadillac with 12.