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VW’s CEO Herbert Diess says big changes are ahead for automaker, ‘big potential’ in United States

Herbert Diess has been CEO of Volkswagen Group only since April, yet the 60-year-old former BMW executive now heading one of the world's largest automakers has a clear vision of where he wants to lead his company. ... Read More »

Subaru quality problems extend to U.S.

Subaru has been dogged by rising quality problems in Japan. The lapses are now bleeding into the all-important U.S., and global President Tomomi Nakamura isn't happy. ... Read More »

Mercedes returns to roster of Super Bowl advertisers

Mercedes-Benz #8212; whose name adorns the Atlanta stadium where Super Bowl LIII will be played #8212; is returning to the game as an advertiser after sitting out the NFL's championship showdown in 2018. ... Read More »

Ford open to working with rivals on driverless cars, report says

Ford is open to working with foreign rivals to expand self-driving services internationally, the Financial Times reported. ... Read More »

Ford open to working with rivals on driverless cars, report says

Ford is open to working with foreign rivals to expand self-driving services internationally, the Financial Times reported. ... Read More »

Ford open to working with rivals on driverless cars, report says

Ford is open to working with foreign rivals to expand self-driving services internationally, the Financial Times reported. ... Read More »

Ford open to working with rivals on driverless cars, report says

Ford is open to working with foreign rivals to expand self-driving services internationally, the Financial Times reported. ... Read More »

Hyundai CEO Wonhee Lee says brand is playing crossover catchup, with an eye on a pickup

Wonhee Lee is pushing Hyundai Motor Co. to introduce a full lineup of crossovers, roll out more electrified vehicles with next-generation batteries, and possibly even offer a pickup. ... Read More »

VW CEO Herbert Diess says automaker has put most of its diesel emissions scandal in the past

CEO Herbert Diess says that, thanks in part to a global strategy shift to electric vehicles and efforts to clean up its own house after spending more than $30 billion to make things right, VW has put "most" of the diesel scandal in the past. ... Read More »

Election could bring more gridlock, tariffs

Auto industry stakeholders looking forward to some postelection progress on legislation and an end to the Trump administration's tariff volleys should probably expect the opposite. ... Read More »