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This could revolutionize transportation. Take it from John Goodenough.

Genesis' boss describes what may take to make the brand competitive in the luxury market.

What would Gavin Belson do?

Automakers are getting closer to Silicon Valley, both in the products thay make and the companies they work with. But the people are from different worlds.

Income is sliding, but Toyota's future plans may surprise you.

Akio Toyoda stated: "I believe that making ever-better cars starts with compact cars."

What does Toyota know that Nissan doesn't?

Save a nickel now or spend a dollar later.

When something is hip, an automaker must glom onto it.

Rethinking personal mobility, and all the other jargon.

Ford's luxury division should start a service business and turn its brand identity into an exclusive club.

Lincoln already offers luxury service unrelated to its cars. It should do more of that.

And since the days of the last emperor, it always has.

Buick is huge in China. Here's just how huge.

Consistency and brand loyalty, plus volume.

In terms of fan base, brand consistency, and volume, Jeep is actually closer to Apple.

In the long run, US automakers could get left behind

German and Japanese automakers and companies like Tesla will reap the rewards.

Designing the Disney Future

Designing as a box. On purpose.

It's not that hard to believe future connected cars will be creepy about what data they track.

You drive. It watches.

Younger drivers are less skeptical, but they grew up with different movies.

Research shows skepticism for robot cars is generational.

Was Jac Nasser right all along?

A bad idea then is a better idea now.

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