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It really seems that the UAW wants to protect jobs by moving production to low-volume plants.

Losing the V6 isn't the end of the Honda's midsized hot rod.

The new 2.0-liter turbo is based on the Civic Type R engine.

Going up against Spotify or Apple Music is no small task.

A production car that actually feels like a concept.

We all have to test drive cars at some point, but does the experience ever really change? I went shopping in the luxury brand segment for the first time. Here, I share some of the unique aspects I encountered looking in this specific market.

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.

Geely Holding will acquire a controlling interest in British sports car maker Lotus Cars.

Ford's message: Staying the course is no longer acceptable.

Making sense of the news out of Dearborn.

A comedian and car guy looks at why comedians are car guys.

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."

Based on its' capabilities, features and how it drives, it deserves more appreciation and consideration in the market.

A consultation from an auto industry insider's point of view.

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

Rethinking personal mobility, and all the other jargon.

Stop them now before they get traction.

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.

May the 4th be with you.

Five cars, design cues, and features that remind us of things from the Star Wars world.

Really, the ES is as good or better in almost every aspect.

A lousy value proposition, especially compared with its own twin.

Competition from other makers and Honda itself make it moot.

Why didn't Dodge go the final step to make a drag car suitable for drag races?

Useful only for bench racers.

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