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North American International Auto Show

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  • Aluminum is muscling its way onto autos

    Mustang versus Camaro. BMW versus Mercedes. Camry versus Accord. These are among the biggest rivalries in the automobile world. Get ready for the next epic battle: aluminum versus steel. "This has become a real competition," said Golam Newaz, an...
  • American idle? Automakers upgrade perspective on Millennials

    American idle? Automakers upgrade perspective on Millennials
    DETROIT, Jan 16 (Reuters) - Young U.S. consumers want vehicles outfitted with expensive technology that boosts gas mileage and keeps them safe and connected, according to a survey published on Thursday. But the high cost of car ownership remains a...
  • Chevy Spark only subcompact car to pass insurance group crash test

    Chevy Spark only subcompact car to pass insurance group crash test
    Of the 11 economy cars crash-tested by the leading insurance industry group, 10 failed a new safety standard for front-end collisions.  Only the Chevrolet Spark earned an “acceptable” grade on the test, in which 25% of the front end, on...
  • Ford, Stanford and MIT research giving self-driving cars 'intuition'

    Ford, Stanford and MIT research giving self-driving cars 'intuition'
    Ford Motor Co. will team with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Stanford University to try to figure out how to give self-driving, or automated, cars "intuition." The Stanford research will examine how a car's LiDAR infrared sensors could...
  • DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology

    DOE pledges $50 million for fuel-efficient car technology
    Speaking today at the Washington Auto Show’s Policy Day, U.S. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz announced $50 million to support development of new vehicle technologies. “The new research and development funding announced today will help support...
  • High-performance hybrids help power Detroit auto show

    High-performance hybrids help power Detroit auto show
    The North American International Auto Show in Detroit has always been known for power and performance but in 2014 the industry was also showcasing technology that includes alternative sources of power. Though they weren’t front and center, auto...
  • Why Tesla's $121,000 Model S price in China makes business sense

    Why Tesla's $121,000 Model S price in China makes business sense
    Tesla Motors said it would sell the big battery version of its Model S electric sports sedan in China for about $121,000. While that’s an eye-popping number to American car shoppers, it actually represents a restrained, strategic approach for the...
  • Toyota retains global sales crown but lead over GM shrinks

    Toyota retains global sales crown but lead over GM shrinks
    Toyota Motor Corp. retained its title as the world’s biggest car seller last year, topping General Motors Co. and third place Volkswagen Group, but the gap is narrowing. Toyota on Thursday said it sold a record 9.98 million vehicles, up 2.4%...
  • Mary Barra new CEO at GM, most powerful female exec in America [Q&A]

    Mary Barra new CEO at GM, most powerful female exec in America [Q&A]
    Mary Barra, chosen to take over as CEO of General Motors, caught the car bug as a child and still admits a passion for Camaros. As she rose from intern to the automaker’s global product development chief, Barra worked at some point in nearly every...
  • Detroit auto show: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C class is lighter and larger

    Detroit auto show: 2015 Mercedes-Benz C class is lighter and larger
    The C-class sports sedan from Mercedes-Benz is often called the “baby Benz” because it was the smallest and least expensive model the German automaker sold in the U.S. Baby has grown up. Mercedes revealed details Monday about the next...
  • Tesla Motors plans to debut cheaper car in early 2015

    Tesla Motors plans to unveil an electric car in early 2015 that could sell in the $40,000 range, a mainstream offering that could be key to the automaker's future growth. Tesla's only current offering is the Model S, a premium sport sedan that starts at...