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The new Audi R8 e-tron shown on the maker's stage at the Geneva Motor Show. The new 2016 Audi R8 V10 Plus is in the background.
The ascension of GM CEO Mary Barra to the top executive spot at the automaker is one reason why the NAFE honored the automaker.
Toyota Motor North America Chief Executive Officer Jim Lentz spoke at the groundbreaking of the company's new headquarters in Plano, Texas.
Nissan-Renault's Carlos Ghosn said he expects his company to be the third-largest automaker in the world by 2018: supplanting GM.
The Hyundai Tucson made its debut at the Geneva Motor Show after weeks of teases by the company. Hyundai teased the debut of the 2016 Tucson so well that by the time the media hit the maker’s stand for the unveiling, there was little mystery left.
BMW introduced its new 2-Series Grand Tourer at the Geneva Motor Show, including the 220d xDrive version.
The new Ferrari 488 GTB opts for active aero and a new turbocharged V-8 engine. Even Ferrari has to follow form, at times, as the Maranello maker is demonstrating with the Geneva Motor Show launch of the new 488 GTB.
Would Fiat Chrysler consider opportunities to work with Apple or Google? "Obviously," said Marchionne.
The 2015 Chevrolet Silverado is selling like gangbusters for GM. The maker's truck sales were up 36% in February.
Aston Martin surprised the media in Geneva with the introduction of its DBX crossover. Normally low-key Aston Martin generated some buzz going into this year’s Geneva Motor Show with the planned introduction of its new Vulcan race car.
Nissan's Sentra saw sales increase 24% in February. Most early reporting automakers saw sales increases in last month.
Sports cars revving up the event’s appeal. by tdb on Mar.03, 2015 The 85th Geneva Motor Show is in full swing at the Palexpo in Switzerland.
The new Ford Focus RS will put out at least 320 horsepower and be built at one plant in France. Ford intends to take on some of the toughest competitors in the hot-hatch market when it launches an all-new version of the Focus RS for 2016.
VW CEO Martin Winterkorn wants the maker to be more than the sales leader worldwide. He wants it to the technological leader too.
The Infiniti QX30 concept is likely not too far off from the brand's next compact crossover. Infiniti has been doing the fan dance in recent weeks, dropping one tantalizing tidbit about the new QX30 after another.
Bentley is reshaping its image a bit with the introduction of the EXP 10 Speed 6 concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
GMC unveiled a series of three new commercials featuring a new focus for the brand. For the first time in 15 years, GMC will no longer just be “professional grade” as the brand begins fleshing its long-standing advertising pitch.
The Volkswagen Passat captured the 2015 European Car of the Year award at the Geneva Motor Show. If Volkswagen can rack up sales this year like it’s racking up awards, they could set records.
Volkswagen launched its new Sport Coupe Concept GTE at the Geneva Motor Show to show the maker's future design direction.
The new Lamborghini Aventador LP 750-4 Superveloce boasts a V-12 pumping out 750 horsepower and a top speed of 220 mph.