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Wester: Maserati to add N.A. dealerships

Maserati will grow its dealership network in North America from 116 outlets to 130 by year end as it prepares to launch the Levante crossover that debuted in Geneva. ... Read More »

Largest BMW plant will expand this year

BMW's factory in Spartanburg, S.C., is the brand's biggest plant in the world, and it will become even larger when a $1 billion expansion is completed this year. ... Read More »

Lear seeks UAW deal for Detroit jobs

Lear CEO Matt Simoncini wants the supplier to be the bellwether of manufacturing success in the city of Detroit. ... Read More »

Lutz helped create ‘Driving Machine’ tag line

Automotive legend Bob Lutz, a BMW board member in the early 1970s, played a significant role in raising BMW's profile. In particular, he is credited with helping create company-owned sales arms in Europe. ... Read More »

Hyundai’s first Genesis chief took a rare path

Glance over Erwin Raphael's resume and you might wonder why Hyundai chose him to run its fledgling Genesis luxury-car brand in the U.S. When you have a problem, however, it becomes clear. ... Read More »

Daimler boss puts EV target range at 310 miles

Daimler boss Dieter Zetsche says electric vehicles probably need to be able to go at least 310 miles without a recharge in order to become a mainstream alternative to gas-powered cars. ... Read More »

VW brand boss sees U.S. emissions deal within months, report says

VW brand chief Herbert Diess said it will take months rather than weeks to reach an agreement with U.S. regulators on an emissions fix for 600,000 diesel cars, a newspaper reported Saturday. ... Read More »

Mexico plant to show off Toyota’s revamped system

Toyota is radically rethinking its fabled manufacturing system for the new car plant it plans to open in Guanajuato, Mexico, in 2019, a top corporate official says. ... Read More »

Infiniti unveils new performance branding

Infiniti isn't ready to take on established lines such as BMW's M or Mercedes-Benz's AMG, but executives say the Red Sport 400 series will get the ball rolling. ... Read More »

Ford trades ‘punching’ for profit in Europe

Part of Ford of Europe's rebound to profitability has come from restricting dealers from self-registering cars, commonly known as 'punching' cars in the United States. ... Read More »
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