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Continental aims to float part of its business on the stock exchange before the end of the year, a German business publication reported.
Renault-Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn said the alliance is now the world's leading automaker by unit sales despite rival VW AG delivering a record 10.7 million vehicles in 2017.
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Four months into his new job, Volvo North America CEO Anders Gustafsson has already butted heads with dealers.
Mercedes will respond to growing demand for SUVs by expanding its lineup with more models, most likely in the fast-growing compact segment.
Even though self-driving-car company and Google spinoff Waymo didn't make any news in Detroit this week, CEO John Krafcik showed up at Cobo Center in a self-driving Chrysler Pacifica.
The Porsche Passport subscription plan being piloted in Atlanta is bringing new and younger customers to the Porsche brand at rates beyond expectation.
The American Center for Mobility secured $2 million in funding from Subaru of America, the suburban Detroit autonomous vehicle testing site said at the Detroit auto show.
Patriot Subaru in Saco, Maine, reworked F&I officers' pay plans, compensating them on product sales rather than finance reserve. The result? Improved F&I sales, revenue per vehicle and take-home pay.
VW AG's global deliveries rose more than 4 percent last year as the recovering markets of Russia and Brazil helped to offset weak demand in western Europe.
Boeing is moving into making aircraft seats to try to reduce costly delays to deliveries by plane manufacturers, forming a joint venture with car seating leader Adient.
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