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GM manages to keep pickup lines, profits rolling

DETROIT — The microchip shortage has taken a bigger toll on General Motors’ production plans than on Ford Motor Co.’s.…

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Junkyard Gem: 2008 Volkswagen R32 Astroturf Apocalypse Edition

It’s not too often that I have absolutely no idea what kind of vehicle I’m seeing as I walk the rows…

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Volkswagen quietly signals its support for tougher emissions rules in Europe

FRANKFURT — Volkswagen has softened its stance on tough new European carbon dioxide emissions targets for automakers, betting it can…

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Spain upbeat on finding replacement for departing Nissan, eyes battery plant

BARCELONA — Spain is optimistic that an alternative project will be found to save thousands of jobs threatened by Nissan’s…

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Dealerships explore chat options instead of lead forms

ActivEngage, a company that manages messaging for dealerships, has embedded chat functions into vehicle detail pages in partnership with some…

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Despite setbacks, Volkswagen Group brands are ready to robo

Volkswagen Group’s ambitions in highly automated and autonomous vehicles have been cooled by setbacks. Those included premium subsidiary Audi abandoning…

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Carvana makes reconditioning gains

Carvana is now scaling its production capacity to meet the booming demand. It opened its 12th inspection and reconditioning center,…

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SSC Tuatara reportedly smashed en route to a top speed run location

Filed under: Supercars Continue reading SSC Tuatara reportedly smashed en route to a top speed run location SSC Tuatara reportedly…

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McLaren hires telecommunications exec as finance chief

LONDON — McLaren Group has appointed an executive from the telecommunications sector as chief financial officer overseeing its road car,…

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VW exec says Wolfsburg plant will be leader in networked production

What is the status of the project? We are working flat out on Trinity, especially our sales chief Klaus Zellmer,…

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