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Windsor plant's future depends on FCA's minivan strategy

As the Dodge Grand Caravan approaches the end of production, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles must evaluate its strategy for the minivan market it invented more than 30 years ago.

UAW no longer needed

The vote by the folks at the Volkswagen plant in Tennessee this month shows the UAW is no longer needed, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

BorgWarner sees hybrid gains

BorgWarner is preparing for a massive volume shift toward 48-volt and high-voltage hybrids, driven by tightening CO2 regulations in China and Europe.

Why there's a Chevy at Honda's headquarters

To mark its 60th anniversary in the U.S., Honda found and restored a 1961 Chevy half-ton pickup, replicating the paint scheme from the trucks Honda's salesmen used to deliver motorcycles across Southern California.

CarMax rolls on with efforts for seamless buying

CarMax plans to expand its omnichannel sales capability to North Carolina and Virginia this summer and open a second customer-experience center in late July.