Frankfurt Motor show
A 'moment of dizziness' turns into a teachable moment?Mon, 28, Sep 2015
BMW CEO Harald Krueger returned to work last week after spending several days recovering from his fatigue-related collapse on stage at the Frankfurt auto show. The collapse triggered a media debate in Europe over whether top executives are struggling to cope with a heavier workload in the modern business environment.
Infiniti plans a pair of small crossovers in next 2 yearsMon, 21, Sep 2015
Mini bets on 'very emotional' ClubmanMon, 21, Sep 2015
Mercedes' decision on U.S. pickup due next yearSat, 19, Sep 2015
Creative conceptsMon, 21, Sep 2015
Automakers at Frankfurt this year displayed concept cars bursting with ideas about form, from the regal smoothness of the Mercedes-Benz IAA to the intricate but harmonious geometry in the Nissan Gripz.
Buick may borrow Opel design trickMon, 21, Sep 2015
BMW CEO Krueger back at workTue, 22, Sep 2015
BMW CEO Harald Krueger has returned to work after he spent most of last week recovering from his fatigue-related collapse on stage at the Frankfurt auto show. “He's back at work and feeling 100 percent fit,” a BMW spokesman said, adding that there were no serious causes behind the incident.
Toyota: Decision on sports car project with BMW due soonWed, 16, Sep 2015
Toyota and BMW will decide by year end on whether to develop a common sports car architecture. BMW and Toyota have for some years been collaborating on fuel cell technology, lightweight components, and on possibly jointly developing the underpinnings of a sports car.