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Subaru wants 40% of sales electrified by 2030

Subaru wants 40% of sales electrified by 2030

Subaru has unveiled its first design study of the full-electric crossover it is co-developing with Toyota as the automaker makes a big push toward electrification. 


For Unifor, hard fight got harder

For Unifor, hard fight got harder

The Detroit 3 are expected to slash production in Canada during the course of their new deals with the UAW, giving Unifor less opportunity to protect its members in negotiations this fall.


Nissan dealers give CEO an earful

Nissan dealers give CEO an earful

A group of retailers gathered at Nissan's North American headquarters voiced frustration with slumping residual values and profitability and urged Makoto Uchida to provide faster product updates and greater marketing and incentive support.


Israeli auto technology takes center stage

Israeli auto technology takes center stage

Across autonomous driving, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence, Israeli companies have captured the attention of the global auto industry. Their collective importance was on display at CES.


U.S. may have to wait for Mazda

U.S. may have to wait for Mazda's Skyactiv-X

Mazda is still considering how and when to bring the ultra-efficient, high-torque mild-hybrid powerplant to its biggest market. The automaker still wonders if it can satisfy U.S. buyers who prefer larger engines.


Some Tesla skeptics turning into believers

Some Tesla skeptics turning into believers

The electric vehicle maker is closing in on a $100 billion valuation, having overshadowed controversies and product issues with a surprise third-quarter profit and the opening of a factory in China.


Genesis

Genesis' crossover era near

Curious about what the first CUV from Genesis will look like undisguised?  Hyundai’s luxury brand has finally provided some answers.


Muñoz tweaks Hyundai dealer pay plan amid mission to boost retail health

Muñoz tweaks Hyundai dealer pay plan amid mission to boost retail health

Dealers said they left a meeting last fall in Las Vegas loving the new vehicles they saw, but not so much the early outlines of the pay program designed to elevate the brand's distribution network. A positive outcome to the latest dealer drama at Hyundai and Genesis is crucial as they seek to move from challenger brands in the U.S. to top-tier competitors.


Jeep

Jeep's Japan results show Detroit it's not impossible

The brand's success story in Japan offers proof of its global appeal and a convincing counternarrative to the adage that Detroit can't sell cars in the Land of the Rising Sun.


At Delphi, tech chief

At Delphi, tech chief's retirement is opportunity to try a new tack

Delphi Technologies' won’t pick a successor to Mary Gustanski following her retirement last month.