2020 Cadillac XT5 First Look Review: Updating A Best-Seller
Cadillac realizes it can’t survive with sedans only. Not even the hot-selling Escalade SUV is enough. No, General Motors’ luxury brand requires
2020 BMW 8 Series Gran Coupe First Look Review: Bringing Sexy Back
BMW hit a home run when it decided to bring back the legendary 8 Series to replace the outgoing 6 Series. First available as a coupe or
A high-roller for high rollers.
Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our configurator challenge, we let the CarAdvice team loose on a manufacturer’s
2018 Mazda 6 Test Drive Review: Boost Makes The Heart Grow Fonder
Can the addition of a turbocharger reinvigorate the Mazda 6?
Ever since the introduction of the third generation Mazda 6 for the 2014 model
Mike Manley took the reins of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles just before Sergio Marchionne’s 2018 death and orchestrated a merger with PSA Group meant to bring long-term stability to the company.
WASHINGTON — General Motors has hired former NHTSA chief David Strickland as vice president of global regulatory affairs, effective Oct. 1.
Strickland, 52, will lead a team responsible for working
Here are edited highlights from the latest episodes of “Daily Drive,” Automotive News’ weekday podcast, hosted by Steve Schmith and Jamie Butters.
–“We see lithium-silicon
Volvo Cars CEO Hakan Samuelsson believes a new auto industry retail model will emerge from the disruption of the COVID era.
And it will be one that takes some of the inconveniences of the past year and
LOS ANGELES — Hyundai Motor North America has promoted longtime legal counsel Jason Erb to the position of chief legal officer and vice president.
Effective Monday, Erb will oversee all matters across
The IRS filed tax liens of more than $1.4 billion against former Reynolds and Reynolds Co. CEO Bob Brockman in two Colorado counties, both individually and involving properties the government says are
Four ex-Volkswagen Group managers stood trial in Germany accused of fraud for their part in the diesel-rigging scandal that cost the company billions and tarnished its reputation.
However, their former
DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. on Monday said it has hired Mike Amend as its new chief digital and information officer as it places an increased emphasis on software services to generate recurring revenue
A federal judge has delayed a competency hearing, possibly until November, to determine whether former Reynolds and Reynolds Co. CEO Bob Brockman is able to assist with his defense against charges of
DETROIT — Jason Stein, the outgoing publisher of Automotive News, has been named president and corporate development officer of Motormindz automotive consulting firm.
Stein, 49, will be in charge of
Stefan Sielaff, a former head of design at Bentley, has been appointed head of global design at the Geely Auto Group.
Sielaff succeeds Peter Horbury, who will move to UK sports-car maker Lotus as senior
Apple Inc. appointed one of its top software executives, Kevin Lynch, to oversee its nascent self-driving car project after the previous leader left for Ford Motor Co.
Lynch, an Adobe Inc. veteran who
DETROIT — Ford Motor Co. on Thursday announced multiple hires for its newly created Ford Pro commercial vehicle business, a key pillar of the company’s growth plans under CEO Jim Farley.
Ford Motor Co. is hiring the head of Apple Inc.’s car project away from the iPhone maker.
The automaker said Tuesday that it’s bringing on Doug Field, who’s been a vice president in Apple’s special
Stellantis is bringing in a former Ford marketing executive to lead its Chrysler brand.
Christine Feuell, who held numerous roles at Ford, including director of global marketing strategy, will join Stellantis
Here are edited highlights from the latest episodes of “Daily Drive,” Automotive News’ weekday podcast, Aug. 27-Sept. 2, hosted by Jamie Butters and Steve Schmith.
“In the years
On Nov. 8, a special section of Automotive News will honor military veterans who are leaders in the auto industry.
The Notable Military Veterans in Automotive feature — published just before Veterans
Here are edited highlights from the latest episodes of “Daily Drive,” Automotive News’ weekday podcast, August 23-26 , hosted by Jason Stein and Steve Schmith.
“If you think about
DETROIT — A management shift is in the works at Automotive News. Here are the changes:
Publisher Jason Stein is leaving Automotive News and parent Crain Communications Inc. to host a new radio show
HAMBURG — The trial of former Volkswagen Group CEO Martin Winterkorn on charges of conspiracy to commit organized commercial fraud looks set to be delayed, a court probing the automaker’s
DETROIT — Phil Brook, the Buick and GMC marketing chief who led a splashy, wide-ranging GMC Hummer reveal, has retired from General Motors, effective Aug. 1.
Molly Peck, Buick sales and marketing