Automotive News Table of Contents
Cadillac plans to hold off on a key pillar of its Project Pinnacle dealer incentive program and shift its strategy for virtual reality technology in showrooms to larger dealers.
Automakers and suppliers are starting to envision a world without the North American Free Trade Agreement. Signs are growing that the Trump administration is determined to gut the 23-year-old deal.
Mazda's coming technology blitz epitomizes the rush by the Japanese carmakers to keep pace in an era of rapid change.
Dealers can reshape auto retailing by embracing new business models and developing value propositions that meet the needs of today's consumers, says Don Flow, CEO of Flow Automotive Cos.
Masahiro Moro, who has helped drive higher brand loyalty since taking over as CEO of Mazda North American Operations last year, will speak Jan. 17 at the Automotive News World Congress.
What's behind Tesla's manufacturing woes? It could be something as simple as steel.
Infiniti has stocked up on QX50 and QX70 inventories to make it through the winter after halting production in preparation for new models to come.
Hyundai Motor America CMO Dean Evans predicts that with new vehicles luring first-time Hyundai shoppers and the Shopper Assurance program promoting loyalty, Hyundai could post a 10 percent sales gain over 2017.
A new generation of light trucks is being built and sold in Mexico, upending traditional notions of the country's place in the North American auto industry.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
An experimental subscription service in Atlanta lets customers switch among up to 22 models for $3,000 a month.
It could be the first inkling of a trend -- or a strictly European phenomenon. But two-tone cars are increasingly showing up in automakers' lineups there, mostly in upper trim levels.
Dealers featured this week include Richard Lalonde of Summit Place Kia in Auburn Hills, Mich.; Mike Knowlton, president of Knowlton Ford in Woodsfield, Ohio; and David Hobbs of David Hobbs Honda in Glendale, Wis.
Mastria Nissan, of Raynham, Mass., carefully manages its Tires for Life program so as to avoid hurting its bottom line while raising its service retention rate.
Audi is rethinking its whole engine lineup as it embraces electrification and works with Porsche to co-develop vehicle architecture.
Mitsubishi's new three-year business plan identifies a U.S. resurgence as a key target. But lingering U.S. antitrust concerns under Nissan's new control will mean doing it alone.
The 100 Best Dealerships To Work For stand out from their rivals. That is an enormous advantage in a market where dealerships are too often portrayed as all alike.
My sons, Mark and Franklin, and I are standing on my father's and grandfather's shoulders, not only in terms of the business, but the values we try to bring to our work and our relationships.
It has been a constant running joke in my 23 years working for Ford Motor Co. in regards to the ratio of salaried workers compared to hourly.
As a California resident, I have no problem believing that tax-and-spend legislators and governors will have no problem developing replacement tax schemes.
In today's world, every dealership is under great pressure to take care of the customer. There are several effective strategies for winning new customers and keeping the old ones.
For the past nine years, we at CAMI Assembly have worked mandatory overtime, six days a week, 24 hours per day.
The auto industry should join the opposition to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's decision to scrap the agency's Clean Power Plan.
IHS Markit predicts a surge in global production of panoramic rearview display cameras -- even though safety regulators are still undecided about them.
A new building did more than expand Anchor Subaru. It changed dealer Bob Benoit's outlook and his connection with his customers. Here's his story.
Matthias Klietz, head of BMW's alternative powertrain group, talks to Automotive News about where BMW is in its hydrogen efforts and what hurdles it still faces.
Automakers reduced auto stocks during September, starting October with stocks only a bit higher than normal for this time of year.
Delphi Automotive's newly named electronics business — Aptiv — has its eye on a completely new kind of supplier prize: service work.
Motherson Sumi is India's largest auto parts supplier. It's rapidly becoming one of North America's.
Samsung probably wouldn't have paid much attention to automotive -- until suddenly the industry started talking about real technology.
Suppliers are trying to move fast, but experts say they may be getting involved in messy deals that could hurt later.
Valeo's director of innovation has sized up how many of the supplier's products will be affected new technologies. The answer? All of them.
Global automakers and suppliers are scrambling to learn how much trouble they face after the revelation that Kobe Steel falsified inspection data on metals they used.
An auto show's influence on new-vehicle purchase decisions lasts for nearly a year after the show ends, a study found.
Compact cars are outselling midsize cars this year because five compacts are actually doing well.
Automotive News and other news organizations noted last week that imprisoned Minnesota megadealer Denny Hecker was moved to a halfway house. He wasn't.
In decorum-obsessed Japan, the auto industry is cooperating to keep Nissan's recent factory inspection scandal from dimming the glitz at this month's Tokyo Motor Show.
Could the post-Brexit UK join NAFTA? There's talk about it across the pond, but don't count on it.
In the era of Uber and ride-hailing, Toyota is turning its attention to building a better taxi that could give Tokyo's streetscape its biggest makeover in two decades.
Concerns are growing that battery suppliers such as LG Chem and Samsung won't be able to keep up as automakers promise dozens of new electric vehicles in the coming years.