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BMW's new-generation X4 crossover manages to deliver a spirited drive.
GM's pick for its next CFO is a 39-year-old native of India who has been in the thick of change at the automaker.
On June 8, the automaker marked its 70th birthday with celebrations around the United States, with Porsche Cars North America and its U.S. dealers hosting Sportscar Together Day events for owners and the public.
A look at the newly-arrived 2019 BMW X4
BMW's top-selling crossover, the X5, is getting a major styling makeover for 2019, will be larger than its predecessor with extra passenger and cargo room, and offer an off-road package for the first time in a light truck...
Mercedes-Benz released a video of its its Tesla Model 3 competitor that signals the EQA hatchback, like the concept, will feature blue LED stripes along the side and back, and an LED nose panel.
Mercedes joins the subscription craze with a bang -- undercutting the luxury competition on price.
Porsche's first full-electric sports car won't hit the streets until next year but the Mission E concept now has a street-legal name: Taycan.
Mercedes-Benz launched its vehicle subscription service on Tuesday, taking on Porsche, BMW and Cadillac with a lower monthly price.
Mercedes-Benz USA CEO Dietmar Exler is excited about the A-class sedan coming this year. The new entry-level model is said to bristle with technology, including a new multimedia system, and is targeted at millennial buyers.
Porsche just went live with a smart glasses approach to linking shop technicians with the home office to peer into owners' cars.
The Volkswagen brand's U.S. sales rose 4 percent in May, powered by new and redesigned crossovers.
Toyota Motor Sales' U.S. sales fell 1.3 percent in May from a year earlier on weaker car volume. Year-to-date sales inched 2.8 percent higher, compared with the same period a year ago.
Mercedes gives dealers their first glimpse of the "baby G class," coming as a 2020 model.
Being a latecomer to the electric vehicle market has its advantage.While upstart Tesla Inc.
Mercedes-Benz will put its premium A-class subcompact sedan into U.S. showrooms this year. But now that the automaker has begun giving U.S. retailers a look at the car, product plans and details are coming into sharper focus.
German car-rental company Sixt is the first third-party seller integrated into MBonDemand, a Web-based platform for sales of used Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
Automotive design maven Henrik Fisker's new venture might be less about the automobile than the technology that will power it.
NASCAR, a powerful marketing platform, could help automakers sell mainstream America on the electric vehicle. But getting the NASCAR fan base to accept whirring electric motors in place of roaring engines will take time.
PSA Group is considering a tech-centric, digital shopper-focused approach to selling cars as it plots its comeback in the United States.
Tesla does not plan to offer a leasing option on its white-hot Model 3 this year, as it focuses "on cash sales," the company said.
Porsche plans a faster, more powerful version of the Cayenne E-Hybrid SUV for 2019.
Tesla’s troubles building the Model 3 didn’t stop Elon Musk from proclaiming that the Model Y would be built in a second plant in early 2020 – an audacious timeline by any measure.
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