Land Rover will soon introduce a more extreme, off-road-focused variant of the brand-new 2017 Discovery.Jaguar - Land... READ STORY
Three Ford factories in Michigan could receive over a billion dollars, according to sources.
Some owners claim they were duped into believing the repairs were mandatory.
Old GM's bean counters likely would have ignored such criticisms late in development, but the post-bankruptcy GM sent the project back to the drawing board.
The research suggests navigation aids limit the brain's natural tendency to learn city street networks.
Buyers were required to put down a five-figure deposit and compete for one of 106 examples.
Jaguar is in the final stages of developing a long-wheelbase variant of the XE, its entry-level sedan. Likely called XEL, the model is being developed exclusively for the Chinese market. We'll see it next month during the Shanghai Auto Show. http://bit.ly/2nbG4K8
Mobility giant Uber is fighting to keep Alphabet Inc. (Owner of Google and autonomous vehicle developer Waymo) from pleading its intellectual property infringement case in public court, Automotive News reports. Uber's lawyers filed a motion Monday to request an arbitration hearing. http://bit.ly/2ncxZ83
The Ford GT features five built-in driving modes called normal, wet, sport, track, and v-max, respectively. Each mode is specifically tuned for a unique driving environment, according to the Blue Oval.
Ford is expected to announce "significant" investment in three of its Michigan factories. Ford hasn't commented on the report, and the UAW is keeping silent. http://detne.ws/2nbzuTS
After revealing the new Model 3 release candidate last week, Telsa CEO Elon Musk touched on Tesla's production ramp-up strategy for its new volume model. If the EV automaker can hold to its forecasts, it will produce half a million units in 2018--unprecedented for a ground-up vehicle launch, says Bloomberg. http://bloom.bg/2nF2FCU
Moody's Investors Service has released a report indicating that the recent "plateauing" of the auto industry could pose a risk for lenders whose clients are stretching to close sales. As lenders fight over a diminishing pool of highly qualified buyers, riskier loan terms (what the report refers to as "accommodative financing") will likely be offered to keep business flowing. http://reut.rs/2nnioUF