Complex technology calls for simpler cars

SAN FRANCISCO — Self-driving car concepts are a dramatic departure from today's cars, envisioning living rooms on...

AutoNation tapping tax windfall for worker training

AutoNation University, a training center at the company's headquarters, will enhance its programs to educate employees on brand extension and will add more...

Slowing growth in off-lease volumes, better mix will help in ’18

Photo credit: AUTOMOTIVE NEWS ILLUSTRATION The 2018 U.S. used-vehicle marketplace is shaping up as less abnormal than...

Ford hunts for a missing piece of its history

The moving assembly line, the $5 workday, a steadfast belief in mobility for the masses. These were...

Turo bets Vegas tourists will drive rental program

Di Scipio: Boost for car buyers Companies launching businesses are on the hunt for perfect test markets...

Infiniti will pivot to nearly all-electric lineup

Saikawa's plan will help Infiniti catch up with luxury competitors that have already announced electrification strategies. Photo credit: GLENN TRIEST ...

Nissan’s ePower tech coming to U.S. vehicles

Klein: Expect ePower to be introduced as an option on higher-end vehicles. DETROIT — Startled by enthusiastic consumer...

Car-heavy Toyota takes comfort in breadth of its lineup

The Toyota Camry walked the walk by posting record December sales, but it may be an outlier for cars. ...

Demand cools for once-hot cars at auctions

Midsize cars remain popular in at least one place: the used-car auction. But even there, demand has...

Lincoln suppliers guided by drivers

Galhotra: Create experience, then create “technology that delivers.” Lincoln brand managers are reaching into their supply chain to direct parts makers to pay...