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Ford dives into city of tomorrow

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Toyota adjusts car-truck ratio

Toyota is working to rebalance its U.S. portfolio and production to get its roughly 50-50 car-truck sales split more in line with a market that's running 60-40 in favor of light trucks. ... Read More »

Japan’s holdouts begin to embrace EVs

Japanese automakers that never seemed interested in electric vehicles before are suddenly very interested. ... Read More »

GMC’s design head adds Buick duties

GMC head of design Helen Emsley has been given responsibility for Buick as well, GM's design chief has confirmed. ... Read More »

Volvo tests ‘concierge’ for 90 series

Volvo Car USA is launching a pilot program using a fuel-delivery startup to wash, refuel and valet park owners' upper-line vehicles. ... Read More »

Colorado’s rocky roads

Colorado, a boom state that is growing much faster than planners expected, faces a complex road problem. So state officials are looking for solutions, and they may have found one: autonomous vehicles. ... Read More »

Volvo’s Kerssemakers: ‘Sometimes, technology is smarter than we are’

Lex Kerssemakers, CEO of Volvo Car USA, talks about Volvo's focus on bringing fully autonomous vehicles to the market in the early 2020s. ... Read More »

Audi’s Keogh sees 2017 as another record-breaker

Audi's U.S. chief expects the luxury brand to post another record year of U.S. sales in 2017 on the back of a continued product offensive that includes the first major redesign of its top-selling nameplate. ... Read More »

Ford to introduce next Fiesta

Ford plans to introduce the next-generation Ford Fiesta subcompact sedan at an event in Germany on Tuesday, Nov. 29. ... Read More »

What’s happens to Porsche’s parked diesels?

When a V-6 diesel fix is approved, Porsche will sell nearly 1,500 diesel Cayennes sitting in dealer inventory for the past year as used vehicles. Porsche Cars North America managed to get other Cayenne diesels initially allocated to the U.S. ... Read More »