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Magna tests EV performance in bad weather

Magna International engineers used a frozen test track in Sweden this winter to measure bad weather performance for electric vehicles. It's part of an effort to demonstrate that electric drive technology can help people drive better. ... Read More »

Tire makers are rolling in

Over the past three years, foreign producers have added millions of units of new U.S. tire manufacturing capacity. ... Read More »

Hyundai poised to hire former Nissan exec Jose Munoz

Former Nissan executive Jose Munoz is in negotiations to head Hyundai Motor America and also take a top leadership position at its Korean parent, three people familiar with the situation told Automotive News. ... Read More »

Lamborghini Adds Selezione CPO Program

Lamborghini has launched a new certified pre-owned program in the U.S. and other markets, promising carefully maintained and thoroughly inspected and road-tested units to discerning used-car buyers. ... Read More »

Dent Wizard Rebrands F&I Division

Dent Wizard has introduced Evolution, a rebranded F&I division dedicated to continued innovation in vehicle protection products and a high standard for customer service. ... Read More »

Nissan Versa adds power, safety gear for 2020

While other automakers abandon small cars, Nissan is embracing the same strategy used to reinvigorate its larger cars in retooling the Versa, with slicker styling and a big boost in horsepower. ... Read More »

Is Tesla learning traditional rules do, indeed, apply?

Tesla's mounting problems in 2019 will sound very familiar to anyone who’s spent any time in the automotive business. ... Read More »

An emerging epidemic of distracted driving

I recently found myself joining the ranks of the distracted driving masses, and became a hypocrite to boot. But I'm not alone. ... Read More »

Volvo adds XC40 production in China

Volvo is adding production in China of its XC40 to meet growing demand for the automaker’s first compact crossover. ... Read More »

Acura recalls over 360,000 MDXs for faulty taillights

Honda's luxury brand Acura is recalling more than 360,000 crossovers with faulty taillights that could go dark. ... Read More »