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Detroit auto show move to June brings outdoor activities

The Detroit auto show is undergoing a drastic reorganization in 2020, when it will move from the dead of winter to early June to better appeal to car shoppers #8212; and the growing list of automakers that have dropped out in recent years #8212;...

Midengine Chevy Corvette aimed at halting skidding sales

After decades of playing with the idea of a midengine supercar, the automaker is expected to introduce the eighth-generation Corvette within the next year.

Sales of the Avenir crossover are high. Buick wants to build more

One of every four Enclaves sold is an Avenir, and after a March investment that boosted Avenir production, GM is studying additional ways to get even more inventory to help meet demand for the $54,495-and-up crossover.

AutoNation CEO, Click and Clack, former Toyota president and Magna International founder inducted into Automotive Hall of Fame

AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson, NPR Car Talk co-hosts the Magliozzi brothers, Magna founder Frank Stronach and former Toyota Motor Corp. President Kiichiro Toyoda were inducted into the 2018 Automotive Hall of Fame.

Sonic Automotive warns on second-quarter earnings

Shrinking margins at BMW and Honda stores will hurt Sonic -- and could be felt by its dealership rivals.