Waymo co-CEOs bring double vision for self-driving future
Tekedra Mawakana and Dmitri Dolgov bring complementary skill sets to what may be the most important job in the self-driving realm.
In case you didn’t notice: New vehicles are shouting their names out loud
Never mind being subtle — brands really want consumers to know at a glance what crossover or SUV they're looking at.
CarGurus CEO looks beyond listings for expansion
Jason Trevisan took over the company's leadership role this year, succeeding founder Langley Steinert.
GM cuts some U.S. truck production shifts because of chip shortage
The automaker is canceling scheduled overtime production for Saturday at its Fort Wayne assembly plant in Indiana and canceling a Friday night shift as well as overtime shifts for Saturday and Sunday at its Flint assembly plant in Michigan.
GMC to cover Hummer floorplan costs
GMC's Duncan Aldred said the brand is still developing its long-term EV distribution strategy, but covering floorplan costs will be key.
Mich. Suburban Collection stores to close ahead of expected Lithia purchase
The deal will feed Lithia's ambitious expansion plans while cementing its reach into the Midwest.
AutoNation buys naming rights to Miami soccer stadium
AutoNation and Major League Soccer's Inter Miami CF club have inked a three-year partnership that includes stadium naming rights, branding rights and more.
New dealer buys 2 stores in southern Illinois and Indiana
Dealer Steve Faulkner acquired J Wilderman Autoplex in Mount Carmel, Ill., a single rooftop selling Ford, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram vehicles, and Patriot Chevrolet-Buick-GMC in nearby Princeton, Ind.
Uber, Lyft use rides to vaccines to get drivers, customers back on the platform
Ride-hailing demand is ramping up from pandemic-induced lows, but drivers are still slow to return to the road, slowing the companies' efforts to rebuild revenues.
New-vehicle sales rebound 75% in March from virus-hit 2020
The stronger-than-expected recovery was due to abnormally low volume a year earlier when the coronavirus outbreak severely affected Chinese business activities including auto sales, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said.