While there are lots of gas-powered cars and high performance vehicles to choose from, electric is taking center stage at the German motor show.
The world lost one of the very few great product planners when Ferdinand Piech died last week at 82.
Dealers face confusing choices in these volatile times in the automotive industry, but may be wise to stay the course with their businesses for now.
Politicians and the auto industry should put the brakes on in their race toward electrification.
The scheme to outfox emissions rules for vehicles with diesel engines has become a seemingly endless legal battle and public relations disaster.
The Federal Reserve's recent interest rate cut means lower costs for automakers, dealers and consumers; but it's a sign the economy is slowing.
Automotive News Editor-In-Chief Keith Crain says it may be decades before these vehicles are on the road in large numbers.
The corruption scandal involving FCA and the union will add to the complex issues at the bargaining table this year.
Ross Perot was a heroic figure around the world and GM's 1984 purchase of Electronic Data Systems was part of his legacy, although not his most successful moment.
Lee Iacocca was someone special. I knew him for four or five decades and I was fascinated the entire time. There have been a lot of interesting folks along the way but no one quite like Lee.