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Mustang vs. Camaro: The China battle; Benz convertible gets AWD; Jag teases XF wagon; Hyundai fixes app bug; Lyft drivers sue Uber; From NASA to Apple?; Tesla target slashed.
The all-American vibe of Mustangs and Camaros is beginning to resonate in China -- even at twice the price.
Ford has ended European series production of the full-electric version of its Focus as it shifts its strategy for low-emission vehicles to hybrid delivery vans.
For Nissan, no shame in fleet game; Ford extends Shelby GT350s another year; Lynk & CO shows concept car, production-ready crossover; Automakers, dealers decry proposed border tax.
Ford is keeping the Shelby GT350 and GT350R Mustangs in its product lineup for the 2018 model year.
In NY, sportier Lexus, fresher Explorer; Peek at Lincoln Navigator?; VW T-Roc spied; Tesla's value tops GM's; Cars and cybersecurity: The challenge of outsmarting the hackers.
Ford to sell Ranger in China; Hyundai, Kia recalls; Ex-FBI chief tapped to run Takata funds | Tesla spy art; Report: Piech sells shares to brother; Fueling a self-driving future.
Ford's LeMans victory evolved out top executives' rejection of a Mustang race car.
Ford plans to launch the midsize Ranger pickup truck in China in 2018, hoping to draw more Chinese consumers, who generally prefer crossovers and SUVs, toward a different market segment.
Ford Motor originally proposed making its racing return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a Mustang, not a GT.
Ford will launch a plug-in hybrid car in China in 2018 and a fully electric crossover in the next five years, as it works toward electrifying most of its lineup there by 2025.
Ford's March sales slipped for the third straight month thanks to a cutback in fleet sales and a weak car market.
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