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Can '19 Silverado pick up new buyers?

• 8/18/2018

Chevy has armed the redesigned Silverado with fresh features and new engine options. But is the pickup packing enough heat to take on Ram and Ford? Plus, Tesla's week in review: Musk's going-private tweet and hype vs. reality.

A 'one-derful' year filled with Lutz, Musk and pickup wars
• 8/11/2018

Weekend Drive celebrates its first birthday.

Marchionne's 'magic'; Manley's mission
• 7/28/2018

Sergio Marchionne was charismatic, peculiar and outspoken.

AutoNation's Mike Jackson on tariffs, stair-steps and Bob Lutz
• 7/21/2018

2018 Automotive Hall of Fame inductee and AutoNation boss Mike Jackson talks about the trouble with tariffs, the consequences of stair-step incentives and Bob Lutz's prophecies.

Are 'Vette customers waiting for something better?
• 7/14/2018

Can the highly anticipated midengine Chevy Corvette help the sports car accelerate in the showroom? Plus, why putting 'cars on carpet' is not enough to preserve auto shows.

On thin ice: Can consumers save auto shows from losing their footing?
• 7/7/2018

Production debuts, concept cars and classics: Where will these rides be showcased as more automakers pull out of traditional auto shows? Plus, Mercedes-Benz gets in the game.

How the U.S. auto industry could stay 'healthy' despite tariffs
• 6/30/2018

Cox Automotive COO Mark O'Neil discusses new-vehicle sales predictions, why tariffs could boost used-auto sales, and the shift toward new digital retail platforms.

Why GM shifting the roles of Reuss and Ammann is a home run
• 6/23/2018

Cadillac gets a 'car guy' in Reuss; Cruise secures its 'captain' in Ammann. Plus, the ascension of Genesis, Kia and Hyundai.

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‘Dark cloud’ doesn’t disturb UAW delegates
• 6/16/2018

Why ‘bombshells’ fizzled at the UAW convention. Plus, Ohio’s ‘Smart City’ prepares for an electric and autonomous future.

Why ‘everyone loses’ with higher tariffs
• 6/9/2018

The melding of U.S. trade, foreign and economic policies has the auto industry on edge. Plus, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer on “forced” industry consolidation and why pricier cars are easier to sell.

The risks of robocars on public roads
• 6/2/2018

Real or fake cities? We discuss where self-driving car tech should be tested. Plus, traditional automakers must learn to ‘fly’ if they want to survive disruption.

Will a 4-banger cut it in GM's full-size pickups?
• 5/26/2018

Why GM must explain its small-engine strategy for Silverado, Sierra. Plus, PSA's N.A. boss on car sharing, subscription services and future retailing.

What automakers learn from racing
• 5/19/2018

Car companies continue to deploy top engineers to racetracks where technology is tested under extreme environmental and competitive conditions.

Bo Andersson: ‘I like to be a supplier’
• 5/12/2018

Former GM purchasing boss and AvtoVAZ CEO Bo Andersson is now a supplier chief at wiring giant Yazaki.

Ford killing its cars: The good, bad and ugly
• 5/5/2018

Profitability vs. “leaving customers in the dark”: We hash out the pros and cons of Ford's sedan-scrapping strategy. Plus, how Nissan finds, supports female talent.

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