2016 EXECUTIVE PAY RANKING
Elon Musk towered over the highest paid CEOs at publicly traded U.S. automotive companies last year.
Bobbled kickoff, escalating cost of NFL sponsorship weigh on marketing team
KEY SAFETY TAKES OVER
Key Safety CEO Jason Luo studied the idea of taking over his much larger rival Takata for years. Now he's done it.
Think body-on-frame trucks are relics of the past? Nope. They're wildly popular, and profitable.
Smart dealers have a decision to make: Stick with a shrunken, EV-only brand, or give up?
Stopping by to see the luminaries of American car retailing
CAN R2-D2 CHANGE OIL?
Robotics could transform the service lane, but hefty price tag may hinder progress
FORD MANAGEMENT CHANGE
Ford replaces Mark Fields with Jim Hackett in a surprise management shake-up.
THE RACING ISSUE
This issue celebrates the passion of engineers, executives and dealers who climb into the cockpit.
MEXICO'S MODEL CITY
A model city rises in Mexico next to an Audi plant, but who will live there?
2017 NEW YORK AUTO SHOW
Another wave of new and redesigned SUVs and crossovers shared the spotlight at the New York auto show.
WHO RUNS THE STORE?
Proliferating automaker incentives to dealers are changing the retail business model -- and giving automakers increasing control of dealership operations.
2017 RISING STARS
The industry has increased its reliance on the young and the gifted.
F&I SALES ONLINE
How should the industry prepare for online F&I transactions? What are the challenges it faces in creating a compliant and profitable online financing experience?
NEW TECH, NEW TALENT
The industry is scrambling to find engineers for self-driving programs.
MILLENNIALS BUY CARS, TOO
During the past decade, many doubted millennials' desire to ever own a vehicle. Not anymore.
GHOSN STEPS DOWN
As Carlos Ghosn hands over the CEO title at an increasingly powerful Nissan Motor Co., Hiroto Saikawa will have to tackle several lingering weak points.
PSA OPEL TIE-UP
GM, looking for a way out of Europe, is in talks with PSA Group that could lead to a sale of Opel.
DEALERS LEARNING HOW TO HIRE
Few dealers are trained in how to hire, but as more face up to the enormity of their employee-retention challenges, they are starting to look for help.
2017 NADA CONVENTION
Auto industry leaders say the industry is within a year or two of being able to complete an entire vehicle transaction online.
The National Automobile Dealers Association celebrates its 100th anniversary, and we marked the achievement with a special section.
TOYOTA'S FIVE CONTINENTS DRIVE
Toyota's seven-year quest to make 'ever better' more than just a motto
COOKING WITH CUMMINS
Diesel-maker Cummins Inc. is trying a new approach to tackle one of the business world's knottiest problems - the skyrocketing cost of U.S. health care.
60 STEERING AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES
Automotive News' list of leaders developing autonomous vehicles.
TALK FROM THE TOP
Our latest series of interviews with industry chiefs.
BUY A CAR, GET A VACATION
An Automotive News editor in the U.S. stumbles across BMW's European Delivery program and sets out to personally discover one of the best retail experiences, ever.
DEALERS SQUEEZED OUT
Regardless of geography, market size or franchise, many dealers with a single point or a small group find they must either become bigger or sell.
WHAT'S IN THE PRODUCT PIPELINE
The future Product Pipeline allows you to stay up to date on current and new brand products, along with changes and other features.
VW DIESEL EMISSION SCANDAL
Volkswagen's admission to the EPA kicked off events that would cripple the VW brand in the U.S. and plunge the company into a crisis
INDUSTRY ON TRIAL
Sergio Marchionne says the auto industry is broken. Is he right?