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US Auto Sales Predicted to be Flat in July

US Auto Sales Predicted to be Flat in July

As they have through the first half of the year, new vehicle sales are expected to remain level during July as the auto industry edges into the second half of the year with carmakers predicting a drop in profits during the last six months of 2018. Cox Automotive said...
Daimler AG Pushing Forward on Restructuring Plans

Daimler AG Pushing Forward on Restructuring Plans

Daimler AG took another step toward a restructuring aimed at giving its three key operating units – cars, trucks and financial services – greater freedom and flexibility. The plan approved by the company’s supervisory board this week creates three new operating...
Audi Rolls Out All-New, 2019 Q3

Audi Rolls Out All-New, 2019 Q3

Audi has been moving on two critical trends in the luxury car market, both moving both down-market and expanding its presence in the fast-growing utility vehicle market. It scored with the original Q3 that combined both trends into one package and, for 2019, it’s...
Trump, EU Explore Elimination of Tariffs

Trump, EU Explore Elimination of Tariffs

President Donald Trump and a key representative of the European Union appear to have a reached a temporary cease fire in trade by agreeing to discuss the possibility of removing all tariffs and subsidies on automobiles. In what the EU chief called a “major...
Ford Q2 Earnings Hurt by China, Supplier Fire

Ford Q2 Earnings Hurt by China, Supplier Fire

Ford’s second-quarter earnings were down compared with year-ago results, driven there by poor sales in China and the loss of truck sales when its supplier suffered a fire that forced the company to shut down its truck production lines for eight days. The automaker...