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Pickup, light-truck supplies get skimpy

Inventory levels industrywide have dropped to an estimated 2.55 million, with the steepest declines among pickups and other light trucks.

Trailblazer, with low price point, aims to lift brand

As sedan options dwindle, the small crossover gives Chevy a roomier, more mature-looking option than the Trax in one of the industry's hottest segments.

Racing to commercialize AVs

Through the throes of the coronavirus crisis, Chinese companies developing autonomous-driving technology have accelerated the pace and scope of their deployments. They believe they're narrowing the gap with U.S. competitors.

Engle delivered strong results for GM in tough times

A former dealer himself, Barry Engle had amassed broad support among GM's retail body in his short stint as North American chief but is stepping down with the intention of becoming a CEO elsewhere.

Tesla software glitch becomes promo for Burger King

A video posted online by a Tesla owner shows his car confusing a Burger King sign alongside a road for a stop sign.