An electrifying comeback for the L.A. auto show

by admin | on Nov 22

It was a showcase of electrification. But some automakers are still having fun with combustion engines.

L.A. auto show news and updates

by admin | on Nov 17

The latest product reveals and buzz from the Los Angeles Auto Show.

Magic 'under $20k' price point is disappearing

by admin | on Nov 1

The rapid demise of inexpensive entry-level cars and crossovers is accelerating just as average new-vehicle prices reach more than $42,000.

Self-driving tech firms take R&D to the track

by admin | on Oct 25

On Northern California's Thunderhill Raceway, self-driving competitors get a crack at trying out their advanced technologies in a real-world environment.

Japan gets its head into the EV game — cautiously

by admin | on Oct 24

To crack the code of building low-cost electric vehicles, Japan's automakers intend to leverage their skills at tried-and-true lean manufacturing

A night to celebrate the Best Dealerships To Work For

by admin | on Oct 20

Automotive News honored the dealerships that made the 2021 list of the Best Dealerships To Work for at a gala

Toyota, Subaru hot for small, affordable cars even as market for them shrinks

by admin | on Oct 15

Does it make sense these days to invest in a new generation of small, gasoline-powered, modestly priced sports cars? Absolutely,

Continental, marking its 150th birthday, is getting in shape for future

by admin | on Oct 11

If management succeeds in its mission to create a new way forward, the German megasupplier will look remarkably different just

Retooling plants for EVs will save GM billions

by admin | on Oct 10

The automaker says it can save $1.5 billion each time it renovates an existing facility rather than building a new

2021: Year of the car?

by admin | on Oct 9

While U.S. light-vehicle sales pulled back in the third quarter sales of cars were still up. Benefiting from the trend are the

LMP closes on purchase of majority stake in Stellantis dealership in N.Y.

by admin | on Oct 7

LMP, which has more than a half-dozen franchised rooftops, has several pending acquisitions in its pipeline.

VW CEO says smart cars, not EVs, are 'game changer'

by admin | on Sep 6

Autonomous driving will change the auto industry "like nothing else before," VW Group CEO Herbert Diess said ahead of the

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