BLOG: Hannah Lutz
Make sure lease customers are comfortable at inspection time
BLOG: Katie Burke
Especially as the number of lease returns climbs, third-party inspection companies should represent the lender, the dealership and the brand, and put customers at ease.
The troubles with human and safety tech interaction
BLOG: Michael Martinez
What happens when a driver-assist system meets human indecision? Let's just say, it's not pretty.
How an airport argument reinforced Lincoln's decision to kill the MK names
BLOG: Eric Kulisch
Lincoln marketing chief Robert Parker received validation for the Lincoln moniker change following an argument he observed at the airport.
Vengeance is a factor in post-NAFTA planning
BLOG: Jay Ramey
Trump administration officials may believe leaving NAFTA is better for the economy than staying in, but it's not clear they've thought through all the knock-on effects.
Tesla's first Roadster: A look back at the early adopter's EV
BLOG: Hannah Lutz
The original Roadster launched Tesla on the EV stage, but its successor will arrive in a different world.
Are leasing levels still too high?
BLOG: Nick Gibbs
Leasing levels have held steady in the past few quarters, but are they still dangerously high? AutoNation Inc. CEO Mike Jackson thinks so. Here's why.
BMW's cycle 'hyperloop' is a vision for fast, pollution-free city travel
BLOG: Richard Truett
As China seeks to restrict the use of private cars in its congested and polluted megacities, BMW sees an elevated cycleway as a way to encourage commuters to travel around urban areas on two wheels.
A look inside the Infiniti VC-Turbo engine
The variable compression engine debuting next year in the Infiniti QX50 is a really a big deal -- a major reworking of the basic operating principles of the piston-driven internal combustion engine.