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Ferrari's first plug-in hybrid delayed by virus challenges

The SF90 Stradale plug-in hybrid was supposed to reach buyers in the first half of 2020, but supply chain issues have pushed that to the fourth quarter. The delay forced Ferrari to downgrade its revenue forecast. ... Read More »

Audi cuts price of e-tron by $8,800, improves range

In a sign of the challenges facing incumbent EV makers in the wake of Tesla's success, Audi is lowering the price of its first battery-electric crossover to $66,995, including shipping, while increasing the EPA-estimated range from 204 to 222 miles. ... Read More »

Pre-Approved? Think Twice

Claims adjuster shares a true story of unintentional deceit and offers a warning of an issue that happens in dealerships across the country. ... Read More »

GM's Betsy Ancker-Johnson, acclaimed scientist, leaves behind legacy of firsts

Ancker-Johnson, the first female vice president at General Motors, died July 2 at 93. GM handed her two of the industry's most controversial areas to oversee at the time: environmental compliance and vehicle safety. ... Read More »

Constant Announces Launch of AutoCare to Help Auto Lenders Stave Off Delinquency and Charge-Off

Industry-first AutoCare introduces automated, mortgage-style loan modifications for auto loans. ... Read More »

PSA makes strides with mobility services

As PSA reintroduces the Peugeot brand in North America after nearly three decades, the automaker will take a digital-first approach, U.S. boss Larry Dominique said. ... Read More »

New Manheim and vAuto Integrations Help Dealers Drive Greater Inventory Profitability

Manheim and vAuto continue to create new connections across their digital platforms, helping dealers reduce depreciation risk and drive greater inventory profitability. ... Read More »

The timetable for EV launches could get dicey

Supplier liquidity and the overall downturn in vehicle sales could upend timelines for the arrival of EVs. ... Read More »

Pandemic complicates cities' transportation planning

Municipalities are seeing a shift in public behavior and attitudes toward mass transit and electrification due to the pandemic. ... Read More »

Denso establishes automated driving R&D center in Pittsburgh

The Toyota-affiliated supplier said the center plans to partner with local universities and companies for its research. ... Read More »