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BMW is reviewing the necessity of car keys, Ian Robertson, the company's board member responsible for sales told Reuters.
An online vendor is exploiting consumers' reliance on their smartphones to compete with -- and increasingly to work with -- franchised dealerships in arranging vehicle service.
German luxury rivals BMW and Daimler have each made new investments in mobility companies, and Ford Motor Co. has opened a smart mobility office in the U.K.
Here's why Uber should worry about Didi Chuxing, China's fast-growing ride-hailing service.
The dealer group and partner Cox are preparing for a future that could rely less and less on personal car ownership.
Saying that its Chauffeur program is “generating a lot of interest,” Ford Motor Co.'s Lincoln luxury brand has expanded the recently-launched pilot program to a second market.
Maven, the car-sharing operation run by General Motors, is launching a service aimed at entrepreneurs who need a vehicle to make deliveries or drive for a ride-hailing service.
Several startups want to disrupt auto-related services - but they're struggling to get sustainable scale.
Pinterest -- a site that allows users to search for photos or videos and “pin” them on virtual boards showing their interests -- is setting up dedicated automotive sales teams.
An Enterprise Rent-a-Car mobile app now lets customers rate their rental vehicles, providing feedback to automakers on what are essentially extended test drives.
Since it launched 10 months ago, Ford Motor's FordPass app has been a learning experience for a manufacturer determined to expand into new mobility services.
Dealerships using a new online shopping platform now have an additional tool to help them recommend vehicles to consumers.
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