Peugeot, Toyota commit to midsize sector despite slump

Peugeot and Toyota are the latest automakers to commit to Europe’s mainstream midsize segment despite customers moving to SUVs, while Ford, once a dominant player, is not commenting on whether it will replace its Mondeo.

Peugeot, Toyota commit to midsize sector despite slump

Peugeot and Toyota are the latest automakers to commit to Europe’s mainstream midsize segment despite customers moving to SUVs, while Ford, once a dominant player, is not commenting on whether it will replace its Mondeo.

Peugeot, Toyota commit to midsize sector despite slump

Peugeot and Toyota are the latest automakers to commit to Europe’s mainstream midsize segment despite customers moving to SUVs, while Ford, once a dominant player, is not commenting on whether it will replace its Mondeo.

Tesla fighters enter from Jaguar, Porsche, Audi, others

The Tesla fighters that are about to roll off the production lines of European premium automakers are another headache for Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Tesla fighters enter from Jaguar, Porsche, Audi, others

The Tesla fighters that are about to roll off the production lines of European premium automakers are another headache for Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

Lincoln urges dealers to build stand-alone showrooms, reversing course

Lincoln is asking dealers in the 30 top U.S. luxury markets to build stand-alone showrooms, reversing an effort to consolidate with Ford stores now that the brand has become more viable.

Opel will slow production in Germany, paper says

Opel plans to slow production at two German sites after the summer in response to declining sales, a regional newspaper reported.

Audi increases production ahead of WLTP tests

Audi has stepped up production ahead of a September deadline when it becomes harder to register vehicles in the EU as roadworthy.

Europe’s first-half sales surged on strong SUV demand

Jeep, Seat, Dacia and VW outperformed all other brands sold in Europe in the first half, as overall sales in the region rose 2.8 percent, according to industry association ACEA.

Europe may fall behind in self-driving cars

Rules that restrict the use of driverless cars on public roads in Europe may give the U.S. and China an advantage in the race to launch fully autonomous vehicles.

Redesigned Toyota Century recalls a bygone era of luxury

The redesigned Toyota Century is one part ultrapremium status symbol, one part anachronistic holdover from a bygone era.

Chevy taps high and low ends to boost Silverado sales

GM is looking at the bookends of the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado lineup to expand sales and attract new buyers.

Caribbean islands plug into electric car revolution

With 220 days of bright sunlight every year and an abscence of range anxiety, Barbados and many other Caribbean islands are discovering the advantages of electric vehicles.

Caribbean islands plug into electric car revolution

With 220 days of bright sunlight every year and an abscence of range anxiety, Barbados and many other Caribbean islands are discovering the advantages of electric vehicles.