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The economy may be delicate, but there's no reason strong automotive sales won't continue for the next few years.
It seems fairly transparent that GM favors a zero-emission mandate to help promote the electric vehicles that it manufactures and sells, whether the public wants them or not.
Proving grounds were created to test new technology. Why not use them to test autonomous vehicles?
In today's industry, with so many touch points, it is simply too easy to mess up the relationship between the customer and the dealer or factory.
Tariff's have slowed Chinese auto manufacturers' plans for U.S. markets, but uncertainties remain about the future.
GM seems to have the right approach — making available both a plug-in and a hybrid at the bottom of the range rather than developing very expensive vehicles with no idea about the market volume.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain says Cadillac made the right decision coming back to Detroit, but new CEO Steve Carlisle faces a tough road ahead.
Audi, Mercedes and Jaguar are all launching production vehicles that will create some real competition for Tesla, and we are going to learn a few things as these new entries arrive.
Dealers should keep a close eye on fixed operations, an important potential profit center in the coming year.
Talk to dealers in California and all you hear is about the rules and regulations that go with running a retail car business.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain says it looks like real progress is happening in the trade talks between the U.S. and Mexico.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain points to Detroit's Dream Cruise and other auto shows as evidence America's love affair with cars hasn't died.
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