South Korean supplier Hyundai Mobis Co.
Big shifts are coming to the auto retail world, and dealers say they’re getting ready for them. But don’t fall for all the fantastical forecasts you hear, they caution.
Porsche faces a future in which its signature engines are replaced by electric motors. The automaker’s retailers are suiting up for the challenge.
Jay Wolfe Toyota sought a more meaningful incentive than extended powertrain warranties, which customers rarely get to use.
“Question the hype.” That’s Wes Lutz’s advice on prognostications of how primary transportation models will change.
Hyundai is looking to upend the notion that families with EVs need a gasoline-powered backup vehicle.
In taking control of parent Volkswagen and its namesake marque across North America, Scott Keogh again faces a struggle to lift a German brand.
Ford has had a tough time getting others to understand and gain confidence in the early stages of CEO Jim Hackett’s companywide restructuring, and salaried workers are now wondering about their future with the company as cuts loom.
Both Brexit and the USMCA have the potential of redrawing the map when it comes to the complex web of vehicle and component production.
Volvo, with a bevy of new tools to ensure passenger safety, is shifting its safety strategy from passenger protection to accident prediction and avoidance, says the director of the Swedish carmaker’s Car Safety Center.