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The Mercedes-Benz A-class compact sedan, expected to arrive in U.S. showrooms early next year, is the brand's new "gateway" vehicle -- designed to draw the next generation of customers.
The largest Porsche dealership in the U.S. has sued a former employee for allegedly defrauding customers of more than $2.5 million in deposits on special-order 911 GT3 and GT2 RS models that did not exist.
Porsche has rolled out two short-rental programs to get more consumers exposed to driving its cars.
The redesigned crossover boasts a bigger interior with a third-row option, a range of engines and a suite of semi-autonomous technologies.
The all-electric Vision iNext, a semi-autonomous crossover, is more of an "incubator" than an early glimpse of a production-ready car. But the vehicle reveals the technologies being developed by BMW.
Porsche's ongoing experimentation with on-demand vehicle access has generated two more pilot programs. The goal: Find ways to get people into Porsches.
The redesigned, 2020 Mercedes GLE midsize luxury crossover features a longer wheelbase, roomier interior, a range of engines, a high-tech all-wheel drive system and suite of semi-autonomous technologies.
Mercedes-Benz is firing the opening shots in what will surely be a bloody battle to dominate the next generation of powertrain technology.
BMW introduced Intelligent Personal Assistant, an artificial intelligence-powered system to help drivers communicate with their cars as they do with their smartphones.
While August temperatures were sweltering, luxury vehicle sales were tepid. Mercedes-Benz's lead over BMW fell to 58 vehicles for the year to date.
Porsche's headquarters is pivotal to a soft-sell strategy that it relies on to offset the hard-sell tactics associated with dealerships.
In a round-the-world sprint spanning Sept. 9-14, BMW will fly the autonomous iNEXT electric crossover in a Boeing 777 Freighter to press events in Munich, New York, San Francisco and Beijing, before returning to Frankfurt.
People don't like being sold to. The auto industry is catching on. Mercedes-Benz and Porsche are gearing up soft-sell approaches to offset the hard-sell tactics associated with dealerships.
Sometimes, you want your brand to be associated with fictional bad guys. But serving as the tools of an oppressive regime is a pretty dark place.
A survey by Cox Automotive shows costs of car ownership are fueling a growing interest in on-demand and shared transportation services.
With its sweeping lines, Mercedes-Benz's EQ Silver Arrow all-electric concept offers an early, if idealistic, look at some design elements and technologies that might end up in the automaker's wave of planned electric vehicles.
"Project Gold" is a one-of-a-kind rebuild of the 993-generation 911 Turbo. The 993 is the internal designation for the version of the Porsche 911 model made between 1994 and early 1998. Its discontinuation two decades ago marked the end of air-cooled Porsches.
Cars may be going out of style with today's new-vehicle shoppers, yet BMW and some other automakers are convinced roadsters can still deliver some brand sizzle -- even at lower volumes. But even BMW is hedging its bet with the newest Z4, which shares a platform with Toyota's forthcoming Supra.
McLaren is preparing for electrification — but stands by a flat no to SUVs.
McLaren Automotive builds its high-dollar supercars in an unusual, 371,354-square-foot partially underground building in bucolic southern England.
Increasing awareness of self-driving vehicles is fueling apprehension about the safety of the technology, a new survey reveals.
Spy shots of BMW's electric 3 series, referred to as a Tesla Model 3 fighter, have surfaced in Europe.
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