The van captures the brand's strategy for repositioning itself in an era of ride-sharing, on-the-go workspaces, eco-delivery models and a whole new segment that the company calls purpose-built vehicles.
Even as legal defeat hung over its $2.6 billion project, the battery supplier kept moving in Georgia.
The company believes electric vehicles are the future, says North American chief Steve Carlisle, but it won't let the business suffer if market demand veers from its timeline.
The luxury brand wants to make sure its dealers are lucrative, even as electric vehicles spend less time in service departments.
GM rolled out the EV1 25 years ago. But the car planted the seed for the industry embrace of EVs now.
Grace Huang is the president of the auction giant. She's also an Asian American. She's no longer going along to get along.
Modern Automotive Group in North Carolina collected real-time data about how well business development center employees were meeting sales goals and used it to create specialized training to maximize performance.
The Duke of Edinburgh began working with the automaker in 2003 to design his own hearse based on a Defender TD5 130 chassis cab.
In Japan, toy versions the of storied sports car are now being marketed as freebies in McDonald's Happy Meals.
Dealers featured this week are Tom Jones, dealer principal of Jones Ford Wickenburg in Arizona; and Bryan Hardeman, dealer principal of First Texas Honda in Austin, Texas.
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