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VW names new head of U.S. sales

Volkswagen of America has tapped an executive from its sibling Skoda brand in the United Kingdom to take over sales operations for the VW brand in the U.S. The company said Duncan Movassaghi will replace Ron Stach as senior vice president for U.S. ... Read More »

Bosch unveils mobility technology at CES

Bosch is expanding its capabilities in two areas that will be crucial to autonomous vehicles: connected parking and high-definition mapping. ... Read More »

Visteon CEO steers toward autonomous vehicles, mobility at CES

Visteon CEO Sachin Lawande is betting the supplier's future on a single vision. Visteon at CES is unveiling DriveCore, a sort of central command for electronics and software for autonomous cars. ... Read More »

Electronic Toy Maker VTech Settles FTC Allegations That it Violated Children’s Privacy Law and the FTC Act

Settlement marks the agency’s first children’s privacy and security case involving connected toys Note: A conference call for media with Tom Pahl, Acting Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection, will occur as follows: Date: January 8, 2018Time:...

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AIADA: International Nameplate Dealers Optimistic Despite Sales Slip

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Brands sold by America's 9,600 international nameplate franchises accounted for 55.1% of all new vehicles sold in the United States in December, down from 56.2% a month earlier, the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA)...

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Innovators shift FandI retailing to the Web

Digital innovators Drive Motors, Roadster and AutoGravity are reshaping the way consumers shop for vehicle financing and FandI products. And they say dealers and lenders are poised to benefit. ... Read More »

Hyundai to unveil fuel cell crossover at CES

Hyundai, which leapfrogged rivals Honda and Toyota in offering a hydrogen-powered vehicle to the American public in 2014, is ready for another leap: a next-generation fuel cell vehicle to be introduced on Monday at CES in Las Vegas. ... Read More »

’17 sales soften, but confidence still strong

Auto executives and experts are confident that the industry's good times will continue this year despite a 1.8 percent decline in U.S. new light-vehicle sales in 2017 that ended a seven-year growth streak. ... Read More »

How Toyota protected Camry’s crown

Going into December, the Honda Civic was outselling the Toyota sedan by around 2,000 units, but the finish wasn't even close. ... Read More »

Why VW sliced its Tiguan prices

With new independence granted from headquarters in Wolfsburg, VW's North America CEO, Hinrich Woebcken, believes the key to success is to put the "Volks" back in Volkswagen. ... Read More »
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