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Recent Rises in Recall Numbers A Cause For Alarm

Maker Insists Feds Overstate Risk Of Fires With Grand Cherokee, Liberty Models

Why Daimler's Ultra-Luxe Brand Couldn't Compete With Bentley And Rolls

Why No One Quality Report Tells The Whole Story

How New Cars Are Getting Better Through Sound Engineering

Why The World's Top Automakers Are Flocking To Beijing

Why Automakers Are Increasingly Entering Alliances

Tokyo Struggles To Remain Relevant On The World Stage

At first glance, Kerry Jenkins might seem to be a perfectly normal California girl, with her wispy blond hair and tanned complexion. But in a part of the country where getting an automobile has long been a rite of passage, the 19-year-old Los Angelino is quite content to live without a set of wheels, even though her parents offered to buy her a car when she graduated high school.

The Future Of The Union Hangs In The Balance

A Glut Of EVs Could Make America's Shoddy Power Grid Even Worse

Shanghai Struts its Stuff – Challenging the Big Apple

Declining Highway Death Rate Challenges Distracted Driving Fears

A recent study anointed Geneva the most livable city in the world. Sitting where Lake Geneva flows into the Rhone River, the old city has a surprisingly small town feel and probably wouldn't even be on the global map were it not for the presence of the United Nations – and the annual Geneva Motor Show.

On or off the track, Roger Penske is a force to be reckoned with. His team has taken the victory lap 15 times at the Indianapolis 500 and his business ventures have made him one of America's richest and most powerful entrepreneurs.

Some years ago, sitting in my office with the windows open on a warm spring day, I heard a deep rumble – not unlike the sound of a freight train passing by... but closer, more menacing, and immediately followed by a violent shudder as a rare Midwest earthquakes rolled out from under Lake Erie.

Even for those who didn't know him during his glory days, Chuck Jordan was a familiar face on the auto show circuit. Slowed only a bit by a stroke, he was still present at a surprising number of the major shows, squeezed in with the assorted reporters, photographers and videographers, paying close attention to – and offering his perceptions on – the latest and greatest the industry could roll out.

In the event of war, you can't hurl Hyundais at the enemy

Who Will Save EV Sales? Call In The Fleets

What Happens To Mazda Without Ford?

Even growing up in New York City barely prepares you for the sprawling metropolis that is Seoul, South Korea. Spend a few days wandering the increasingly affluent town and you'll be hard-pressed to miss the many coffee shops, seemingly at least one on every block. Seoul is a highly caffeinated city, a Seattle on overdrive, and for good reason. Its people seemingly never sleep. Workers in few countries clock more hours on the job.

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