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We all know Ferdinand Porsche. But history has forgotten that it was his boy, Ferry, who created the magic of Porsche, beginning with the Porsche 356.
We all know Ferdinand Porsche. But history has forgotten that it was his boy, Ferry, who created the magic of Porsche.
Conventional wisdom is that the combining of Daimler-Benz with Chrysler failed because of a clash of cultures, but that's an oversimplification.
Conventional wisdom is that the combining of Daimler-Benz with Chrysler Corp. failed because of a clash of cultures, but that's an oversimplification.
Mercedes is testing a subscription service at the two largest dealership groups in its German retail network.
Britta Seeger, Mercedes-Benz's global sales chief, says dealers are cool with the subscription service it is launching in Germany and plans to bring it to the U.S.
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche chats auto industry disruption with his new top shareholder, Geely founder Li Shufu.
President Donald Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs drew eye-rolls and outrage at the Geneva auto show -- plus retorts that the move could derail planned U.S. investments.
Though it was no surprise, the production version of Jaguar's I-Pace still came off as consensus choice for most significant debut in Geneva.
Volkswagen remains bullish on U.S. auto shows, including the one in Detroit.
In Detroit, they can't stop talking about Mercedes-Benz's decision to skip the auto show next January. But stranger for me was walking into the Palexpo and not seeing Opel at its accustomed spot.
Retirement age draws near for the heads of Daimler, FCA and Renault-Nissan. It has been a remarkable run for all three. But ...
It's intriguing when, without prompting, designers talk up a rival vehicle. And that's happening with the Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover.
This is the Detroit auto show, right? So where are the crazy, cool, or maybe clunky and clumsy experimental vehicles we used to have so much fun either faulting or falling in love with?
Kenichi Yamamoto, the former Mazda president and chairman who died in December at 95, was one of Japan's most charismatic executives.
Discussing the future, even with Jim Lentz of highly successful Toyota, can be a deeply disorienting task.
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