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Gaining access to large automaker's technologies through partnerships is Aston Martin's path to future success, CEO Andy Palmer told the first Automotive News Canada Congress.
In 2016, sales of midsize luxury-brand models for the first time topped midsize cars from mainstream brands, according to LMC Automotive, which used estimates for December.
Past assumptions that China's automakers would make a run at the economy end of the U.S. market are proving to be wrong. They're aiming up-market.
Canadian car and light-truck sales rose 2.2 percent in January over last year to an all-time record for the month as the Detroit 3 posted gains that contrasted with U.S. declines.
Mercedes-Benz jumped out to an early lead in the race for U.S. luxury auto sales supremacy, posting a record January after winning the crown last year for the first time since 2013.
BMW and Mercedes-Benz product lineups have grown exponentially in recent years, and for Mercedes, that's not about to stop. But BMW is more circumspect about further luxury-class fragmentation.
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