• Formula E Attracts Nissan, BMW, Jaguar
    Nissan amped up its activities around the Formula E race in Brooklyn this past weekend.
  • Automakers Are Not Explaining, Selling Safety Technology
    Adaptive cruise control has replaced traditional cruise control on many models, but many consumers don't undertand how it works or why it's good.
  • New Vehicle Quality Stalls, Per J.D. Power
    The Korean brands are making huge gains in quality, but more brands worsened than improved over the past 12 months.
  • Ford's Investment In Detroit Results In Worldwide Attention, Admiration
    The development will bring together thousands of innovators, entrepreneurs, companies, designers and technologists to design new mobility solutions.
  • Hagerty Aims To 'Save Driving'
    Cars are "vehicles" to the best things in life -- freedom, self-expression, family and friends -- per Hagerty.
  • Women, Men Shop For Vehicles Differently
    Instead of buying a vehicle, people said they would rather clean toilets, attend jury duty, or have an extended conversation with their mother-in-law.
  • Nissan Survey Says: Millennials Love Sedans
    "We see great opportunity in the sedan segment, which is why we're continuing to launch all-new and refreshed products," Nissan's Rob Warren says.
  • Uber Focuses On Safety, Offers Rider Tools
    Uber sent out an email to riders on Friday with the subject line "It starts with safety."
  • Data Drives Auto Marketing Regionally, Seasonally
    The automotive category represents one of the largest contributors to global digital advertising spend, per Eyeota.
  • Automakers (Still) Love Awards
    MotorTrend and Autotrader are two of the many that annually provide lists of best cars, trucks and SUVs.
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