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Part of the glitz of the Detroit auto show is the palette of colors selected and created for the occasion.
The auto industry is in the early days in utilizing smart digital assistants to create unique, in-car user experiences. Here's what CES attendees see in the future.
From the Detroit auto show: Why the new Ram 1500 is like 'sitting in a Tesla,' Silverado keeps us guessing; Ranger, Bullitt hit, Forte, Veloster and Jetta miss. Plus, Molly McQueen on learning 'difficult' stick shift.
Subaru has a growing sense of urgency to get serious about China, where the brand is barely treading water.
Hyundai Motor Group is going through a restructuring that will shift more decision-making power to regional markets such as North America.
It's almost the weekend, so go ahead and spike your coffee and grab a drone — unless you live in New Jersey — and let's jump right into the news.
PSA said it has won the backing of several unions for plans to eliminate 1,300 jobs using a new form of voluntary cuts introduced by President Emmanuel Macron.
Southern charm? PSA to put regional HQ in Atlanta, plus, Alabama's auto appeal; NAFTA woes; Lexus 'Panther' placement; A limited Land Rover; GM exec's CarPlay critique; Bullitt benefit.
A former employee of a Toyota subsidiary started to build a watertight EV that can float in floods, or even cruise at low speeds. His startup has notable backers and a functioning prototype.
There were darn few pure concept vehicles at the 2018 Detroit auto show, but the ones that did appear were true conversations starters.
Will Smith, a former partner at Michael Hintze's investment firm CQS UK, is starting a hedge fund that will bet on companies that could gain from the expected boom in electric cars.
Ohio is planning to develop a smart mobility center to prioritize connected technologies and pave the road for autonomous vehicles in the state.
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