Toyota holds off BMW to remain most valuable car brand; Tesla rises to No. 8June 5
Virtual tours a new world for dealersApril 10
Toyota gets license to Microsoft's connected vehicle patentsMarch 22
Microsoft drives car software push with Renault-Nissan dealJan. 6
Microsoft is rebooting its push to sell car software in a bid to keep up with Google and Apple. The Renault-Nissan alliance will be the first customer for Microsoft's Connected Vehicle Platform, which provides carmakers with a set of services built on Microsoft's Azure cloud.
First Shift: Musk joining Trump advisory teamDec. 15, 2016
Microsoft launches 'smart' maps partnership with TomTomDec. 15, 2016
Toyota's growth model turns on servicesNov. 7, 2016
For eight decades, Toyota's business model was straightforward: Sell more cars, make more profit. But in the future, top Toyota executives say, growth will come not from selling more cars but from selling services that let owners use the cars like mobile phones. The transformation is under way.
Wanted: Minority software suppliersOct. 24, 2016
Volvo sees Microsoft HoloLens speeding up car developmentOct. 20, 2016
Volvo says it is the first automaker to test Microsoft's HoloLens augmented-reality goggles as a tool. The technology could dramatically affect car development, which would help the automaker meet its goal of reducing the time it takes to develop a new model to 20 months from 30 months.