The number of Spaniards under 35 with driver's licenses dropped by half in a decade. That's just one of the many challenges facing a European auto industry in "survival" mode.
A top female executive at Ford came to Toyota's HQ with a message for the industry: "Women are underrepresented."
A top female executive at Ford came to Toyota's headquarters in Dallas with a message for the industry: "Women are underrepresented."
As U.S. auto sales continue to decline, would-be buyers of auto dealerships are showing less of an appetite for making big deals.
The death of Daimler's Smart brand in North America last week is a lesson in timing and mission, an example of a brand unable to gain traction in a market where it was just too small.
Disruption met Detroit in a trio of deals announced last week. And this time, it was a good thing.
Jose Munoz comes to Hyundai with a reputation for being the architect of Nissan's brand-destroying stair-step incentives. He has a lot to prove to his new dealers.
Through all of their faults and failures, Elon Musk and Tesla continue to be the object of industry fascination — and envy.
Beneath the mixed U.S. auto sales results for March is an underlying current of uncertainty and downright trepidation.
For 35 years, Automotive News has been graced with the work of Rick Johnson -- as a reporter, founding editor of and most recently editor of the weekly print edition of this paper. He retired Friday at age 65.