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Lincoln's Matt VanDyke says there's a lot of interest from Chinese customers as the automaker opens its first three showrooms in China this month.
Daimler's Head of Design Gordon Wagener says the new Mercedes Maybach will help the luxury automaker create a high-end ultra luxury brand within the Mercedes family.
Tire maker Michelin is literally reinventing the wheel for industrial equipment and commercial mowers.
Toyota's U.S. Chief Bob Carter says roughly 700,000 of its cars have been affected by the Takata airbag recall.
Ford's President of the Americas Joe Hinrichs says demand for SUVs is exceeding supply here in the U.S.
Cadillac’s Johan de Nysschen is ready to fight to make the Cadillac name great once again.
Ford's incoming President of Europe, Middle East and Africa says the automaker has already made a lot of progress toward transforming its European operation.
GM's Global Head of Product Development Mark Reuss says the auto industry is working to find the root cause of the problem with some of the Takata airbag inflators.
Bentley unveiled what it is calling a ‘concept’ convertible based on its popular Mulsanne at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.