The J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study proves cars are more dependable than ever, even though they also keep getting more complicated.
Editor-in-Chief, AutoBeat Daily
Lightweight, customizable design can boost driving range by 2%
14 LED-array adds pizazz to sporty X6 crossover
SGL touts recent wins in North America and Europe
Joint research project aims to apply struggling car tech to commercial vehicles
Partners aim to use deployment as a blueprint to expand service to other markets
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Benefits include improved fuel efficiency, pinpointing road hazards
Daimler’s Mercedes-Benz brand is still the global sales champ among luxury car brands.
Less than a year after BMW and Daimler merged their “Share Now” global mobility operations, the partners are discontinuing the car-sharing app in North America.
If big screen picture quality is your thing, then the 2021 Cadillac Escalade may be the ultimate living room on wheels.
The sporty sedan from Volvo is a pleasant surprise
Gary S. Vasilash
Editor-in-Chief, Automotive Design & Production
Mercedes is pushing back the launch of its electric-powered EQC to early 2021, one year later than previously planned.
The bulk of Cadillac’s lineup—and perhaps all of it—will consist of electric vehicles by 2030, the company says.
Vietnam’s first local carmaker, 2-year-old VinFast, aims to do something no Chinese OEM has yet accomplished: launch sales in the U.S.
The free ride is over for Tesla buyers in terms of in-vehicle internet hotspots and related connectivity services.
The Toyota RAV4 crossover has been designated Japan Car of the Year for 2019.
The automaker with the best solution for reducing weight will be the one with the clearest vision of the endgame and the strategy to get there.
Christopher A. Sawyer
BMW AG is demanding $155 million in damages from two suppliers of air-conditioning systems, claiming they conspired to rig prices.
Self-driving-shuttle company May Mobility Inc. has raised $50 million in a Series B funding round led by Toyota Motor Corp.
Bankrupt Takata Corp. is recalling another 1.4 million vehicles in the U.S. that were equipped with its exploding airbag inflators.
Ohio car dealer Bernie Moreno is betting on a multi-brand luxury subscription service.
BMW AG is investing about €400 million ($443 million) in its Dingolfing, Germany, manufacturing plant in preparation for production of the iNEXT electric vehicle.