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Infiniti QX60 targets conquests

Infiniti previews the next-generation QX60 crossover with a more premium feel that it says will help lure customers from rivals and boost sales in 2021.


Ford does about-face with Sasquatch stick shift

The SUV can now be configured with both a seven-speed manual gearbox and the off-road Sasquatch package that includes 35-inch tires and a high-clearance suspension.


Dealer anniversaries

50 with BMW

Joe Buzzetta, fourth from left, dealer principal of Competition BMW of Smithtown in Saint James, N.Y., receives a 50-year award from Tom Shanley, third from left, BMW of North America regional vice president. Also pictured are, from left, Michael Macchio, Competition BMW general manager; Jeff Rubin, Competition BMW director of operations; Tadhg O’Connor, BMW of North America area manager; and James Buzzetta Jr., Competition Automotive Group service adviser.


Unifor seeks new models for Windsor FCA minivan plant

Unifor wants as many as two new models to be built alongside the minivans at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Windsor, Ontario, assembly plant, where one of three shifts was recently cut amid shrinking sales in the segment.


Carvana expects an adjusted breakeven Q3

The fast-growing used-vehicle retailer hasn't posted a net profit since going public in 2017, and it doesn't forecast one for the third quarter.


Decoding the X-factor of tech

The redesigned J.D. Power 2020 Tech Experience Index Study, or TXI, may be useful to automakers in determining which vehicle technologies have the right balance of innovation, execution and user experience.


No easy answers in Uber driver's case

Despite video showing Rafaela Vasquez's distracted driving, lawyers say the criminal case unfolding against the safety driver involved in a fatal self-driving crash is more complicated than it appears.


More SUVs, electrified cars for expensive tastes

Performance, electrification and utilities will dominate new product offerings from the exotic and ultraluxury brands.


Rolls shifting focus back to cars for now

After expanding into a new segment, Rolls-Royce is returning to its sedan roots with the redesigned 2021 Ghost.


Aston shifts to new round of supercars

Aston Martin's SUV era is finally starting. But a new batch of supercars is also on the horizon.




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