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Trump tariffs could run European convertibles off U.S. roads

Expensive European convertibles are among the vehicles that could become rare on American roads if President Trump's proposal to impose 20 percent tariffs on imported cars takes effect. ... Read More »

Rupert Stadler’s arrest is a first #8212; and a bit of a shock

It would have been just another busy week at Audi were it not for a little matter of the arrest and imprisonment of CEO Rupert Stadler. ... Read More »

Retailer Prime Motor Group launches Prime Flip vehicle subscription service

If the future includes customers who don't want to own or lease vehicles, Prime Motor Group aims to be ready with a subscription service. ... Read More »

Manheim’s car and truck auctions improve for buyers and sellers with high-tech changes

Manheim has wrapped up a three-year, $100 million high-tech makeover of its physical auctions, re-engineering every process and replacing old technology. ... Read More »

What you need to know to get money from the settlement with BancorpSouth Bank for alleged discrimination

The BancorpSouth Settlement Administrator recently mailed packets to identified consumers with instructions for how to take part in the settlement. If you think you are eligible, you should look for a packet in the mail and follow the instructions. ... Read More »

Suppliers profit from auto industry’s move toward electrified vehicles

Electric vehicle sales might still be low, but some suppliers are moving fast to capitalize on the market for parts and engineering. ... Read More »

Mazda sculptors, digital artists collaborate on design like never before

To perfect the voluptuous bends and molten-like reflections of Mazda's next-generation design language due to debut next year, Mazda's stylists had to break with tradition. ... Read More »

Automotive advertisers steer around new social media scrutiny

Automotive advertisers are sidestepping the potential pothole of Facebook's shift in third-party data policies. ... Read More »

McLaren North American President Tony Joseph makes supercar brand easier to find

McLaren North America President Tony Joseph has been with the brand since it set up shop nine years ago, watching it grow from fledging operations to a growing retail base. ... Read More »

GM sees Turin randd center feeding diesel revival

This northern Italian industrial city of Turin is home to a key operation in General Motors' drive to reduce fuel consumption in its combustion engines in the U.S. and globally. ... Read More »