The gang that couldn't deregulate straight

The White House doesn't seem to know how to kill regulations it doesn't like.


Why horsepower needs to be retired

With the mass-market introduction of electric vehicles it is time to think less of horsepower and more of kilowatts when judging a vehicle's power.


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Industry leaders are making their bets on the used-vehicle space.

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BLOG: Jay Ramey
Hyundai Palisade crossover leaks ahead of L.A. debut

Days after the name Palisade was confirmed for Hyundai's newest large crossover, the first undisguised image of the three-row Palisade has been published by, ahead of the vehicle's official unveiling.

BLOG: Richard Truett
Time to re-engineer the job of product development chief

With automakers facing financial pressure on many fronts -- Wall Street, trade and tariff issues, slowing sales, intense competition -- the product development chief's job has never been more important. And that's why it is time for the role to be re-examined at General Motors, Ford and maybe elsewhere.

BLOG: Graham Kozak
Will BMW's new 3 series spawn an M3 wagon?

The fact that BMW has never sold an M3 wagon is baffling, but that could be changing soon, according to a report by Autocar. The magazine's BMW insider source suggests the company is combining a wagon body with M3 go-fast bits -- and that it is seriously considering taking the vehicle to production.

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