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Are electric cars ready to stand on their own? If you took a spin down to the New York auto show, the answer is probably a hard "no."
GM's Turin engineering center, born from the ashes of a failed alliance with Fiat, will remain a part of GM and continue to develop diesel engines for its global vehicles.
Audi again tops Consumer Reports ranking, Tesla best domestic marque; U.S. inventory build-up; Peek at Mitsubishi's Eclipse Cross; Volvo loads next XC60 with safety tech.
To earn the EPA's rare 50-plus highway fuel economy rating for the 2018 Cruze diesel sedan, Chevrolet engineers didn't just drop in a fuel-efficient engine and transmission and call it done.
Key pieces of the 2018 Chevrolet Cruze diesel's 52-mpg highway results.
Volkswagen chief Mueller 'irritated' at infighting; At 52 mpg, Cruze diesel carries political message; Hyundai hires GM autonomy expert; Lexus in need of CUVs; No Alfa Giulia wagon.
The 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Diesel will achieve the highest highway fuel economy of any non-hybrid/electric vehicle on the market.
The upcoming diesel version of the Chevrolet Cruze may be General Motors' first non-hybrid vehicle since the 1990s to get an EPA-certified fuel economy rating of at least 50 mpg on the highway.
The upcoming Chevrolet Cruze diesel sedan and hatchback could be the first nonhybrid cars sold in the U.S. since the late 1980s to get an EPA highway rating of 50 mpg or more, GM officials say.
Toyota gets 'one-two punch' from C-HR; VW job cuts; Ford keeps a CUV in Ky.; Honda’s assist from Gretzky; A saucy Lexus; Genesis sports a G80 variant
Mazda to deliver diesel CX-5 in '17; Mini's bigger Countryman; Subscribe to Hyundai's Ioniq EV; M-B's hot E-class variant; A 'dynamic' Discovery.
Car slump's latest victims: Why GM's slashing Cruze, Camaro output; Ford confirms EcoSport reveal; Toyota brand to skip Super Bowl; Renault emissions probe; Hybrid Ferrari tech?
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