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The GPS device maker has a huge opportunity coming up.
The UAW's interests have aligned with President Trump's American jobs push.
Hyundai's Sonata returns with a facelift.
Recent Toyota models were also among the top.
Google searches of motor vehicles have risen 7% since last year.
There are 68 million Takata inflators already set to be recalled through 2019.
Tesla isn't the only game in town.
Here's what's going on.
The car combines form and function for both you and your dog.
Derrick Hatami left his position at Hyundai amid the company's declining U.S. car sales.
Automatic braking technology reduces the number of vehicle deaths and injuries linked to driver inattention.
Hyundai sales have fallen 5% so far this year.
Most Americans show scant interest in battery-powered vehicles.
Activist groups are claiming that Renault neglected to inform shareholders adequately about the transfer of decision making power to the Renault-Nissan joint venture.
Ford and Nissan topped expectations while GM fell short.
Toyota's share of the settlement costs is $278.5 million, followed by BMW at $131 million, Mazda at $76 million and Subaru at $68 million.
From tickets to toys, Star Wars has proven to be a big moneymaker.
Japan's car industry, a pioneer in many ways, is continuing its leadership in the introduction of autonomous vehicles and parts.
The vehicle should sell well against the Ford Escape, its main competition. Clever engineering results in a lighter, more compact and better handling Chevrolet Equinox..
Rogue Sport will join Rogue as the hottest name in U.S. car market, boosting Nissan's market-share gains.
Planned model should be similar in size and power to Tesla's Model Y. VW also will spend $2 billion on U.S. charging infrastructure.
European stocks posted modest gains in early Wednesday trading, powered by solid auto sector sales and a improving corporate sentiment.
European automakers lead gains for benchmarks around the region Wednesday after stronger-than-expected sales data and increasing positive signals from key markets in China.
Analysts were expecting the company to report sales growth between 1.5% and 4.5%
The iconic U.S. automaker is returning to old form with its progress in autonomous driving.