BMW concept pays Hommage to the 2002 coupeMon, 30, May 2016
BMW has come up with a design study to mark the 50th anniversary of the launch of the 2002 coupe, one of the most significant models in its history.
Trail-ready with a nod to Swedish roots: What people think of Volvo's '40' conceptsTue, 24, May 2016
After launching the redesigned XC90 and hatching plans to market the S90 flagship sedan and V90 wagon, Volvo's product overhaul will continue with a new generation of small cars and crossovers.
Concepts preview new Volvo compactsMon, 23, May 2016
Volvo previewed its new compact-vehicle range by unveiling concepts for an XC40 crossover and a vehicle that hints at the next V40 hatchback.
30 million sales in China by 2020? That can't happen, right?Mon, 16, May 2016
On the global automotive Geiger counter in 2016, Beijing registered more like the Barcelona show -- at least here in Detroit. Beijing had fewer big launches and fewer concepts, and a general nervousness wafted back over the ocean. China's economy is in a funk.
GM projected to gain market share with 88% redesign of its product line by 2020Wed, 11, May 2016
General Motors is projected to gain U.S. market share over the next four years as it launches a dozen new crossovers and trucks, according to an annual report on future product plans prepared by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
China's GAC to return to Detroit auto show ahead of U.S. sales launchMon, 16, May 2016
Guangzhou Automobile Group plans to return to the Detroit auto show in 2017 after a one-year hiatus. The state-owned Chinese automaker, which hopes to launch U.S. sales in the next few years, plans to exhibit on the main show floor.
Rebranded L.A auto show stresses mobility over metalMon, 16, May 2016
A rebranded Los Angeles Auto Show will look beyond the traditional sheet-metal introductions by automakers and incorporate disparate elements of the mobility movement, including car designers, tech startups, government officials, dealers and venture-capital investors.
BMW targets 2021 for its electric, self-driving carMon, 16, May 2016
BMW will launch its iNext electric, self-driving car in 2021, CEO Harald Krueger said.
Mercedes-Benz pickup takes shapeTue, 03, May 2016
The joint effort between the Renault-Nissan Alliance and Daimler AG that is expected to yield a pickup for Daimler's Mercedes-Benz subsidiary is starting to bear fruit. Spy photos of an early test mule have emerged showing the Mercedes truck -- likely to be named GLT -- taking shape from the Nissan Navara on which it is based.
China: A maturing auto market that still has long road ahead of itMon, 02, May 2016
The Chinese market is fascinating, but it shows you how sophisticated our dealers are here in the U.S. If it's like everything else over there, they'll catch up quickly.
Fine ChinaMon, 02, May 2016
China is the world's biggest auto market and Beijing hosts one of the world's most colorful auto shows. Here's a peek at some noteworthy debuts, most of which are not headed for these shores.
Jeep's push to produce in China is paying offMon, 02, May 2016
Jeep is moving ahead in China, thanks to investments in local crossover production. But in a market haunted by factory overcapacity, premium brand Lexus is also pulling ahead purely as an importer.