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BMW Concept 4 Brings Future Back to the Present

BMW Concept 4 Brings Future Back to the Present

BMW debuted its Concept 4 at the Frankfurt Motor Show providing attendees a glimpse at the company’s design and performance future by looking to fortify its much-beloved past. The new look is an updated take on the 4 Series line-up. It’s lower to the ground than its...
Hyundai Brings New Angle to Frankfurt with 45 Concept

Hyundai Brings New Angle to Frankfurt with 45 Concept

At a time when many automakers are cutting down on their commitments to auto shows, Hyundai Motor came to this edition of the Frankfurt Motor Show determined to make as big an impact as possible. The Korean automaker not only revealed the 45, an electric vehicle...
Live from Frankfurt!

Live from Frankfurt!

The 68th edition of IAA Cars, better known as the Frankfurt Motor Show, kicks off with an amazing display of new vehicle debuts, including the latest electrified vehicles, hybrids and sports cars. The biennial show is the start to the 2019-20 auto show season. The...
Toyota Sprinkles TRD Magic on Camry and Avalon for 2020

Toyota Sprinkles TRD Magic on Camry and Avalon for 2020

Off-road racing fans are well aware of Toyota’s involvement in that arena and specifically its line-up of TRD-branded trucks and sport-utilities. The Toyota Racing Development vehicles are often seen as hard-core, enthusiast-ready vehicles. Now, the Japanese automaker...
Japanese Brands Lead August New Vehicle Sales

Japanese Brands Lead August New Vehicle Sales

Strong sales by Japanese brands helped bolster sales of new vehicles in August – led by Toyota, Honda and Subaru – despite warnings the market could be on the verge of softening. American Honda – Honda and Acura – broke an all-time monthly sales records for total...
GM Walking Tough Road in Negotiations with UAW

GM Walking Tough Road in Negotiations with UAW

As the United Auto Workers target in its drive for a new contract, General Motors Co. faces a difficult challenge in finding a way to satisfy the UAW’s demands for economic gains and new protections of existing jobs in the automakers U.S. factories. “We look forward...