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Volkswagen Group's Audi and Porsche brands are joining forces on vehicle development to help the world's largest automaker save money in the wake of costly emissions violations.
GM has already gotten more out of Opel for Buick than many ever would have imagined eight years ago -- the last time the automaker nearly sold the German carmaker.
Toyota is working to rebalance its U.S. portfolio and production to get its roughly 50-50 car-truck sales split more in line with a market that's running 60-40 in favor of light trucks.
Fiat Chrysler will refresh and stick with its stable of large cars until at least 2020, two sources told Automotive News.
Volkswagen expects to be able to use its tweaked MQB modular platform for the next two generations of cars and light trucks, creating substantial cost savings, VW brand chief Herbert Diess says.
Lincoln's effort to claw its way back onto customers' shopping lists is as much about customers' experiences with their vehicles as the vehicles themselves.
Major overhauls to the Dodge lineup have been delayed.
Supplier rift hits six VW plants, 27,700 workers; Toyota restarts Venezuela factory; Experts: Luxury dealerships taking buy-sell bite; Subaru's product pipeline; A presidential spin.
Lincoln has transformed from what looked like a sinking ship into one of the industry's fastest-growing brands.
Volkswagen of America is shuffling its product planning leadership ahead of key vehicle launches next year that it hopes will revive the brand's sagging fortunes in the U.S. market.
Ford posts 9% lower profits for Q2, warns of 'very weak' 3rd quarter; Volkswagen brand plunges; GM to make more trucks; Who's No. 1?; Mercedes ad draws complaints; Honda future product.
GM posts $2.9 billion profit; Musk's 'master plan' takes Tesla beyond EVs, batteries; Rosekind: U.S. still bullish on autonomous cars; Daimler, Volvo profits; Chevy's product pipeline.
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