Teslas China-made cars wont be much cheaper than imported units

Chinese auto production capacity utilization slides to 76.1% in Q3

Dealership stockpiles stay high for Chinese brands, locally built global marques

Cadillac debuts CT4, delivers 1 million vehicles in China since local introduction in 2003

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Weaker economy spreads its chill to more segments of Chinas light-vehicle market

Dealers reeling under downturn, tougher emission rules

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UAW turns to Ford after GM workers ratify new contract

UAW negotiators have reported some progress in talks with Ford, though they had to wait until GM was finished before discussing most major economic issues due tothe unions pattern bargaining strategy.

Disputes the future of car-sharing and rental servces have moved to the legislative arena in a growing number of states.

Lear lowers 19 forecast, says GM strike has cost $70-75 million a week

Seating and electronic systems supplier Lear said its third-quarter net income fell nearly 15 percent to $216 million. Each week of the strike now is $70 [million to] $75 million of lost revenue, CEO Ray Scott said of the six-week UAW walkout at GM.

Senate Democrat Schumer proposes $454 billion plan to swap gas cars for EVs

The New York senator said his plan, which would provide rebates of $3,000 or more to individual buyers, would help transition 25 percentof the U.S. fleet, or 63 million vehicles, away from traditional internal combustion-engine vehicles within 10 years.

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After another abnormal summer, used-vehicle values appear to be returning to normal.

A Nissan global product strategist says portfolio consolidation is a possibility, but the automaker is in no hurry to throw sedans overboard.

Court rejects challenge to EPA review of Obama vehicle rules

California and 16 other states sued in May 2018 after the Trump administration reopened a review of the vehicle fuel efficiency standards through 2025.The challenge was seen as the longest shot in a multipronged legal effort by the states.

The used-vehicle leasing subscription service also removed CFO Tyler Painter, brother of CEO and co-founder Scott Painter

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Former VW U.S. boss Woebcken to advise Digital Motors

Michigan dealership group mourns loss of 2 leaders in 4 days

Mitsubishis funky buggy concept can run on several fuels

Lexus Tokyo concept foretells an electrified future

Mazda extends MX name to new MX-30 EV crossover

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CFPB task force could smooth inconsistencies in auto finance

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In service war, dealerships enlist transparency, technology, mobility

Dealers tout price, convenience to compete with aftermarket on express service

As at-your-door mechanic services grow, dealers and automakers start to respond

Employee turnover, customer experience, stair-step incentive targets.

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The UAW and GM have an agreement. The UAW released the final vote count Friday night.

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The South Korean automaker will team up with Pony.ai and Via to create the service called BotRide in Irvine, Calif.

The supplier forecasts organic sales growth of 1 percent compared with its previous forecast of 1-3 percent as car sales drop and automakers invest heavily in electric and self-driving technologies.

The U.K. automaker reported apretax profit of $200 million for the quarter ended Sept. 30 while revenue rose 8 percent to $7.7 billion.

All aspects of the business — including Renaults longtime, high-profile participation in Formula One motor racing — are being examined, interim CEO Clotilde Delbos told analysts.

BorgWarners Paul Whelan, after nearly a year in a Russian jail, continues to profess his innocence and his family has expressed concerns about his well-being.

An imposition of trade barriers would hamper the ability of BMWs South Carolina plant — the companys largest — to export around 70 percent of its produce across the globe, CEO Oliver Zipse said.

Despite Volkswagens push to dominate the EV market, the automaker is not yet ready to write off its smaller rival. We have a lot of respect for Tesla, VW CEO Diess said. Its a competitor we take very seriously.

The first Tesla vehicles to be produced outside the U.S. are part of CEO Elon Musks efforts to expand in Asia and take on local EV upstarts.

Roger Penske, racing icon, businessman and automotive retail leader, joined a dozen other individuals who President Trump has bestowed with the nations top civilian honor.

CEO Earl Hesterberg credited strong U.S. same-store performance in used vehicles and service for driving what he described as one of the best quarters in company history.

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