VW ID4 offers EV shoppers a different kind of interior

by admin | on Nov 30

The Volkswagen ID4 will begin arriving in U.S. showrooms in all 50 states in the first quarter of 2021, but

Nissan makes U.S. strides, still in the red

by admin | on Nov 16

Fleet sales are down and retail sales are up. Incentives and inventories are under control. As for profits ...

Chaos is opportunity, says Flex-N-Gate CEO

by admin | on Nov 15

The rarely heard supplier titan Shahid Khan has some words of advice to smaller suppliers: Don't let the automakers run

VW expected to keep budget for cutting-edge vehicles despite COVID-19

by admin | on Nov 13

In its latest financial planning meeting, VW Group's supervisory board must take into account the millions of vehicle sales lost

The power of imagination: EVs bring wild new ideas to market

by admin | on Nov 9

New features headed to showrooms starting this year would have been part of out-there concept cars just a few years ago.

FCA plays ‘Shark Tank' and nets new customer app

by admin | on Nov 7

A friendly competition designed to connect colleagues at Fiat Chrysler as they work from home produced a new smartphone app that

COVID-19 brings out worst — and best — reviews

by admin | on Nov 1

As the pandemic rages on, retailers often find themselves in conflict with consumers who expect more social distancing and mask-wearing

EV ambitions spark reinvention at Kia

by admin | on Oct 26

New global boss Ho Sung Song has embarked on a five-year plan to realign the automaker's business around electric vehicles and new

Former GM exec Barry Engle discusses his latest project, Qell

by admin | on Oct 19

The executive, who left GM this summer after 15 months at the helm of North America operations, is CEO of

Buyout interest in electric truck startup Bollinger presents conflict

by admin | on Oct 14

Robert Bollinger is facing a big decision: Take big money from Wall Street and risk the scrutiny that newly public

Top-dollar subbrands boost GMC over Cadillac

by admin | on Oct 12

GMC's high-end Denali and AT4 lines now outsell Cadillac in the U.S., and General Motors is building on the truck

FIXED OPS JOURNAL FORUM: Current state of the industry

by admin | on Oct 8

Dealers face a number of service department challenges beyond the pandemic, including declining rates of customer retention and satisfaction. But



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