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Toyota and Mazda will spend $1.6 billion to build an assembly plant in Huntsville. Things have changed since their last greenfield ventures.
As Volvo prepares a new and improved version of its Care by Volvo subscroption service, California hears the grumbling of dealer protests.
Despite an anemic 0.6 percent increase in November U.S. sales, Mercedes-Benz remained No. 1 among luxury brands last month.
Nissan North America had a chilly November, with U.S. sales tumbling across the board, even in the typically resilient light-truck segment.
BMW is considering building more crossovers in China as exports from its Spartanburg, S.C., plant are hit by a 40 percent tariff.
The redesigned 2020 911 retains Porsche's venerable styling DNA but receives upgrades in horsepower, a new interior layout inspired by 1970s models, and 21st century driving conveniences.
Porsche is looking to expand its Porsche Classic operations to build its lucrative vehicle service business through its U.S. dealerships.
The 2020 BMW M340i and M340i xDrive sedans offer an array of sensors and technologies to lighten the load of driving, including a semi-automated driving system that allows for hands-free and pedal-free driving.
As Novelis looks deeper into aluminum opportunities in automotive, it expands its research footprint.
The change would end Mini's insistence on a separate high-profile identity.
The soft-top, four-seat 2019 BMW M850i xDrive Convertible will launch in Canada in March and start at $131,500.
The soft-top, four-seat 2019 BMW M850i xDrive Convertible will launch in March and start at $122,395, including shipping.
Despite a 5 percent U.S. sales decline, Mercedes-Benz remained No. 1 among luxury brands last month, extending its lead over BMW on the year.
Automakers haven't been eager to spend the billions to build EV charging infrastructure. Now, Volkswagen is working to make it happen -- not because it wants to, but as a punishment.
The launch of BMW's largest crossover to date next year will plug an SUV-sized hole in its product portfolio. Its new X7 will take on the large luxury crossover segment leaders next year.
Cox Automotive plans to cut more jobs as the company restructures its priorities in a shifting industry landscape.
BMW is filling out its product lineup with the launch of its largest crossover to date. The new X7, available at dealerships in March addresses a shortcoming in BMW's crossover lineup — a true seven-seater option.
BMW is filling out its product lineup with the launch of its largest crossover to date. The new X7, available at U.S. dealerships in March starting at $74,895, addresses a shortcoming in BMW's crossover lineup — a true seven-seater option.
Porsche faces a future in which its signature engines are replaced by electric motors. The automaker's retailers are suiting up for the challenge.
Jay Wolfe Toyota sought a more meaningful incentive than extended powertrain warranties, which customers rarely get to use.
Porsche's limited trial of a subscription service is delivering positive results and the automaker is now considering more.
Porsche's Rennsport Reunion was an opportunity to rub shoulders with Porsche racing legends, marvel at their winning machines and celebrate the company's 70th birthday.
El fabricante de automóviles de lujo alemán se une a Ford Motor Co. para utilizar India como fuente de vehículos para EEUU, lo que subraya el rápido ascenso del subcontinente como centro de exportación de autos.
New-model delays dented sales at Mercedes-Benz in September and set up a razor-thin race for the luxury crown as 2018 enters its final quarter.
The redesigned 2019 X5 will use facial recognition technology to monitor whether drivers are distracted or asleep at the wheel.
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