BMW's top brass caught in electric divideMon, 19, Sep 2016
Tesla envy among German luxury carmakers remains at a fever pitch, as Automotive News pointed out this month. Indeed, BMW's top executives will skip next week's Paris auto show to wrestle with how to react to the U.S. upstart.
Audi's quest for 'public prestige'Mon, 19, Sep 2016
Audi remains hungry. For all its gains, its U.S. sales are still running behind luxury's big three: BMW, Mercedes and Lexus.
Kate Fabian's tricky task at GenesisMon, 19, Sep 2016
Kate Fabian knows she has a tricky task in challenging the established luxury brands, particularly the German ones, without slavishly copying their entire playbooks.
New Nexteer president offers stabilityMon, 19, Sep 2016
Chinese-controlled Nexteer Automotive's management has undergone considerable churn.
Bigland may face charges in sales probe, report saysMon, 12, Sep 2016
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' top North American sales executive, Reid Bigland, could face personal charges as part of the ongoing federal probe into whether the automaker fraudulently hyped its monthly sales, Bloomberg reported.
Retailer starts over after winning store backSun, 11, Sep 2016
Colleen McDonald, 51, fought all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court before getting back Livonia (Mich.) Chrysler Jeep in July, after losing three dealerships during the General Motors and Chrysler bankruptcies. In this Q&A, she speaks about losing the stores, getting one back and resuming operations.
Katie Burke joins staff of Automotive NewsMon, 19, Sep 2016
Katie Burke has joined Automotive News as a reporter covering Silicon Valley.
Cadillac boss De Nysschen to speak at World CongressMon, 12, Sep 2016
Cadillac President Johan de Nysschen, who is aggressively setting a new course for the luxury brand, will speak at the Automotive News World Congress on Jan. 11.
Wagoner ouster no shock to himMon, 12, Sep 2016
The firing of General Motors CEO Rick Wagoner seven years ago took many by surprise. But Wagoner's friend and adviser Jay Alix said Wagoner was keenly aware that he could be a casualty of a U.S. government rescue long before he lost his job in March 2009.
Grant-giving foundation funds the past's futureSat, 03, Sep 2016
The RPM Foundation provides scholarships to students looking to train as automotive and classic marine restorers via grants to technical schools, restoration shops, and other institutions.
Jeff Beck unleashes fiery riff against the driverless carMon, 29, Aug 2016
As a pioneering rock 'n' roll guitarist, Jeff Beck has fearlessly pushed the limits of electric guitar and amplifier technology for more than half a century. But Beck, now 72, has little use for the latest boundary-pushing technology in the auto industry - autonomous cars.
What's Lutz got to say about it?Mon, 29, Aug 2016
Bob Lutz's opinions may be a dime a dozen, but they are never boring. Thus -- courtesy of Car and Driver -- here are new takes on several hot-button topics from the ex-BMW/Ford/Chrysler/General Motors superstar, now 84.