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VW’s Horn takes heat, scolds his bosses

In testimony before a U.S. ... Read More »

AutoNation’s website retooling pays off

AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson says he's starting to see consistent payoff from the $200 million bet the company placed on using its own website to sell cars online rather than third-party shopping sites. ... Read More »

EPA’s new VW probe may reveal failure to disclose

The EPA is investigating a second emissions-control software program in VW cars that were rigged to pass pollution tests -- one that the automaker may have failed to properly disclose. ... Read More »

Which brands, models stand to gain from VW’s woes?

Who stands to benefit from VW's emissions scandal? Time will tell, but a look at cross-shopping patterns gives a few clues about where VW shoppers may go if the stop-sale order on diesels continues, or if they simply decide to avoid the brand. ... Read More »

How the Civic got its turbo

When Honda's 10th-generation Civic sedan goes on sale this fall, it will be the first time the brand has offered a turbocharged engine to U.S. buyers. Yet the optional 1.5-liter four-cylinder unit almost didn't make it into the 2016 Civic at all. ... Read More »

BMW adds tech to fend off X1 rivals

BMW of North America has added semi-autonomous and technology features from its more expensive models to the redesigned X1 compact crossover because of growing competition in the segment. ... Read More »

A mortifying end to Audi engineering guru’s distinguished career?

The scandal surrounding Volkswagen's fraudulent diesels threatens to end the career of one of Germany's auto engineering titans -- Audi product development boss Ulrich Hackenberg. ... Read More »

FCA concedes on Tier 2 without busting budget

Facing a costly possible strike, FCA agreed to a revised new contract with the UAW that includes a path to nearly full pay for Tier 2 workers. ... Read More »

An ex-cosmetics exec gives Opel a makeover

Massage seats and a perfume diffuser aren't features you'd expect on a mass-market compact car. But they're available in Europe on the redesigned Opel Astra, at the directive of the brand's marketing maven, Tina Mueller. ... Read More »

Ferrari to be valued at up to $9.82 billion in stock offering

Ferrari will be valued at as much as $9.82 billion in an initial public offering when owner Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sells a 9 percent stake in the Italian supercar manufacturer. ... Read More »
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