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Fan Gang, director, National Economic Research Institute, suggested China's economy will be strong for several years.
Ford Racing’s Brian Deegan built the Deegan 38 F-150 with the 3.5-liter, twin-turbo EcoBoost engine for the SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Honda's new compact CUV, the HR-V, was shown during the Paris Motor Show recently and will hit U.S. shores later this year.
Toyota recalled the 2003-2005 Sequoia as part of an action involving 247,000 vehicles using Takata airbags.
Acura tosses out a teaser of the 2016 ILX. Hoping to salvage its sluggish-selling entry-level model, the ILX, Acura is promising to reveal a “substantially new” version of the compact sedan at the Los Angeles Auto Show next month.
Nissan's Titan replacement will reach market about four years later than originally planned. Better late than never?
General Motors is planning to further develop its autonomous vehicle technology in China, in particular its ENVI-style vehicles.
Millikin became GM General Counsel in 2009. Embattled General Motors General Counsel Michael Millikin will retire early, the automaker has announced, a move that comes shortly after the maker was hit with a $10 billion class action lawsuit alleging it long concealed a series of safety problems.
Honda may have underreported the number of deaths and injuries related to a defective airbag problem.
Audi hopes to lap the Hockenheim circuit in just 2:10 with the autonomous RS7 race car. “Gentlemen, start your engines!
The lawsuit claims a 2010 Chevrolet Camaro has lost $2,000 in value due to the recall crisis. General Motors has been hit with another lawsuit that could seek as much as $10 billion in compensation for owners who have allegedly seen the value of their vehicles fall due to the maker’s ongoing recall crisis.
LeBron James is Kia's latest athlete endorser. He's the face for a new campaign for the maker's new luxury sedan, the K900.
The high-flying Tesla could be hurt by another delay of the "falcon-winged" Model X SUV. After running up the stock in a frenzy more familiar to high-tech companies like Apple and Google than those in the automotive world, investors have suddenly grown wary about battery-carmaker Tesla Motors.
The SS Sport concept gives the V-8-powered sports sedan a makeover that screams high performance. With the ghosts and goblins and candy displays going up at Costco that obviously means one thing: the annual SEMA Show is just around the corner.
Beijing officials are attempting to convert the city's fleet of 46,000 taxis to EVs, like this BYD e6 cab.
Scott Kunselman heads up Chrysler's recently formed Vehicle Safety and Regulatory Compliance office. Chrysler Group’s announcement today it is recalling 907,000 vehicles in two new campaigns is latest in a steady string of actions during the last six weeks from the Auburn Hills, Michigan-unit of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk during a recent TV appearance. It’s been win-some-lose-some for Tesla as it pushes to reshape the automotive landscape with a marketing strategy based on factory-owned showrooms.
The Geely Gleagle is one of the products that makes Chinese government officials believe three Chinese automakers will be globally influential.
Vehicles like the new Golf "family" have helped Volkswagen grow sales worldwide. For three-quarters of a century the world’s best-selling carmaker, General Motors has slipped another notch down the automotive ladder, Volkswagen AG pushing past to become number two in the industry pecking order.
Honda's CR-V captured its second award of the year: Motor Trend's SUV of the Year. It was also named Compact Crossover of the Year by Texas autowriters.