Everybody's going in same direction — nowhere fastJan. 15
A gridlocked Las Vegas during CES prompts our publisher to ask: Are auto companies risking their future in their headlong and expensive embrace of autonomy? A slower, more cautious approach may be the better way.
Don't invest in steam enginesJan. 15
NUMMI under Toyoda: A place of 'mutual trust'Jan. 15
The debate over dealership data: Coming to your statehouse soonJan. 15
Billionaire Schaefflers hold the keys to Conti's fortunesJan. 10
Breaking up Continental is an old idea, but even as suppliers such as Delphi and Autoliv announced they were dividing last year, the German giant didn't budge. With Conti now talking of a major overhaul, all eyes are the billionaire Schaeffler family, which controls almost half of the supplier's stock.
Glimpse the future in DetroitJan. 8
New GM shows it can keep promisesJan. 8
Nissan's Rogue an ongoing surpriseJan. 8
2 million sold (It's just one number)Jan. 2
Toyota's slow-and-steady approach won't take it to first place in EVsDec. 31, 2017
While Toyota has been satisfied to manage the evolution of Hybrid Synergy Drive over two decades, competitors such as General Motors, Tesla, BMW, Volkswagen and Renault-Nissan have been busy driving the next revolution in transportation.