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A Sino-U.S.-European merger would create the first truly global auto group.

The "Passenger Economy" is expected to become a $7 trillion industry.

The "Passenger Economy" created by the advent of autonomous vehicles is predicted to swell from $800 billion in 2035 to a whopping to $7 trillion by 2050.

A list of the cars we don't want imported to the United States.

The machine that makes the machine is Tesla’s challenge.

His next challenge: optimizing car production.

Diesel's on the outs in Europe, and EVs aren't ready for prime time.

That might be wishful thinking, but here are some other great possible outcomes.

And like any dream, it probably won't be there when we wake up.

Cadillac has a choice here between a tactical move, or a strategic one.

Shrinking the lineup appears to be the plan for growth.

It's boring but practical, with one big selling point.

If you make rational instead of emotional decisions, this VeeDub might be your ideal crossover.

This could revolutionize transportation. Take it from John Goodenough.

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.

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