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Honda’s Ridgeline lesson: Looks matter

Honda learned the hard way with the original Ridgeline that you can be innovative with the features and bones of a truck, but not the design. It took that lesson to heart while developing the latest model. ... Read More »

What’s in it for Mitsubishi?

Nissan and Mitsubishi believe there is mutual benefit in Nissan's move to take controlling interest in the smaller automaker. But for the U.S. market, the promise is not clear. ... Read More »

V2V rollout hits critical stage

After more than a decade of randd, vehicle-to-vehicle communications technology is reaching a key political juncture that could determine when and how 'talking' cars appear on our roads. ... Read More »

Big rigs, no driver

A new market worth more than $23,000 in autonomous content per large truck awakens suppliers. ... Read More »

JLR marketing: From villains to heroes

The Invictus Games are a natural fit for lead sponsor Jaguar Land Rover, a company with a rich military history that is actively working to hire veterans and aid their reintegration after service. ... Read More »

At Lexus’ U.S. plant, cars get caressed

Whether a Lexus is made in Japan, at the RX plant in Canada or at the new $360 million ES factory line in Kentucky, customers expect near perfection in appearance and quality, say executives. And the factory floor is where that has to happen. ... Read More »

Apple, Chinese ride-hailing deal heats up smart-car race

Apple's $1 billion investment in Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing intensifies a race to acquire technology, talent and market access in a rapidly evolving global personal transportation market. ... Read More »

Would you hang out at a Cadillac coffee shop?

Cadillac House, a coffee shop/retail boutique with an art gallery twist and even a bespoke scent, opens next month in New York's Tribeca neighborhood and goes far beyond what other major brands have done with extended marketing efforts. ... Read More »

FCA recalls certain ’16 Jeep Grand Cherokees for wiring issue

Fiat Chrysler is recalling an estimated 32,267 2016 Jeep Grand Cherokees to fix a potentially incorrectly crimped wire harness terminal that could lock the vehicle in park or neutral after the vehicle is stopped. ... Read More »

Mobileye signs autonomous-vehicle deal with 2 automakers, report says

Mobileye, the Israeli supplier of autopilot components, has reportedly signed on with two automakers to provide systems for fully autonomous vehicles in 2019. ... Read More »
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