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Cox Automotive believes its new mobility group will become bigger than anything else it is currently doing.
Spy shots of BMW's electric 3 series, referred to as a Tesla Model 3 fighter, have surfaced in Europe.
German luxury brands face an existential challenge: adapting to a U.S. market increasingly dominated by SUVs and crossovers while keeping their stylish sedans relevant.
Smart's decision to phase out the brand's combustion engine models last year isn't helping sales.
Mini will focus on updating its car-oriented product line.
BMW readies for its larger X7 crossover as it plans electric models in every segment.
New entry-level premium models complement plans for more high-end performance products at Mercedes.
PSA North America will launch two mobility services in an undisclosed East Coast city in the next two months, the French automaker said.
Nissan is looking heavenward to develop autonomous driving systems.
Electric vehicle and clean energy technologies are key investment targets for Alliance Ventures, the corporate venture arm of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance.
Robert Bosch LLC is adapting to the digital age. To help make the transition and accelerate innovation, the nearly $14 billion behemoth supplier is fostering a startup culture in its work force.
BMW said it is offering a new lower-price tier in its vehicle subscription program, which allows members to switch out vehicles for a monthly fee.
Used-vehicle sales show no sign of slowing even in a surging economy, according to Kelley Blue Book. Even hot-selling crossovers are not immune to pressures from the used-car market.
The auto industry faces a new wave of regulations as cities trying to combat rising congestion and pollution become more assertive in shaping the ways their residents move about.
For automakers, millennials are a "market pressure that is creating the need to change," says Pom Malhotra, director of connected vehicles and data at Audi of America.
The framework for auto safety regulations should be coming from auto industry insiders, an industry lawyer contends.
Computing technology is transforming the $10 trillion transportation industry. And at the heart of that transformation is the graphics processing unit, a top Nvidia executive said.
Automakers are bullish on bringing new electric vehicles to market. But their suppliers aren't so sure yet.
BMW promotes culture of collaboration with its suppliers.
The compact A-class sedan, targeted at millennial buyers, will nudge out the CLA as Mercedes' entry-level product in North America. Canadian pricing hasn't been announced, but the car is packed with technology
The compact A-class sedan, targeted at millennial buyers, will nudge out the CLA as Mercedes' entry-level product in the U.S. The A class is expected to be priced in the low $30,000s.
The rest of the auto industry is steering clear of Tesla's capital- and time-intensive strategy of creating a charging infastructure.
Helped create a tiered pay plan for the sales team that boosted volume 10 percent year-over-year.
The 600LT, billed as the lightest, most powerful and quickest road-legal Sports Series McLaren, debuted at the annual Goodwood Festival of Speed in southern England.
McLaren Automotive plans to invest $2.1 billion as it prepares to launch 18 new cars by 2025, with electrification a cornerstone of the engineering and product push.
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