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U.S., Mexico push for NAFTA auto deal, eye bringing Canada back to talks

If Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer can resolve remaining bilateral issues, "the plan is to try to incorporate Canada into the discussions," possibly as early as Thursday, a source told Reuters.


Race of iconic Citroen 2CVs shows 'tin snails' are faster than they look

Snetterton, an English race track accustomed to hosting the elite of British motorsport, welcomed a collection of one of France's most iconic vehicles for the annual 24-Hour Citroen 2CV race.

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Bill Ford to kick off Detroit Homecoming V

Ford Motor Executive Chairman Bill Ford will open up about the automaker's plans for its $740 million planned investment in and the Michigan Central Station in Detroit to kick off Detroit Homecoming V next month.

UPDATED: 8/20/18 4:25 pm ET - adds stock close
Tesla shares salvage a gain despite deal-funding doubts

Tesla shares, after slumping much of the day toward a fifth straight decline, ended Monday on the plus side despite fresh doubts about Elon Musk’s effort to take the company private.

Just give them a choice

Lexus global president Yoshihiro Sawa says electric vehicles will not suit everyone and buyers will need choices.

Sergio's way is the highway

For a few days, a street in Toledo was dubbed "Sergio Marchionne Way", in honor of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO who died July 25.

Hyundai's N line gets a running start

Encouraged by the promising start of its performance line in a demanding European market, Hyundai hopes its upcoming Veloster N sports car can raise its perception among U.S. buyers.

Number to Watch

General Motors estimates a $1 billion dollar increase in its 2018 material costs, with tariffs contributing to a number that is double its earlier forecast.

Genesis' first crossover a year away

In 2022, Genesis plans to have a stand-alone network of dealers and a sufficiently diverse lineup of vehicles for them to sell as it seeks to take its place alongside the industry's leading luxury marques.


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