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Mazda turns to more virtual engineering to cut prototype costs

Managing Executive Officer Mitsuo Hitomi says the move will help Mazda juggle the massive complexity of new technologies on a shoestring budget.

Cadillac dealers leave meeting upbeat about product, marketing

Dealers gathered in Las Vegas last week for a conference that included looks at the new XT6 three-row crossover, CT4 and CT5 sedans, and the next-generation Escalade.

Champion Porsche, brand's top dealer, faces fallout from employee fraud scheme

The nation's highest-volume Porsche dealership is trying to extricate itself from a scandal involving a former employee who is accused of pocketing over $2.5 million in customer deposits on nonexistent vehicles before he disappeared last month.

Kia K900 gets fine-tuning from Albert Biermann

Kia's next K900 is banking on the influence of German master tuner Albert Biermann.

In Columbus, Ohio, autonomous shuttles spark showdown

The controversy pits the Transport Workers Union of America and its 850 Columbus members against an array of public and private transportation groups.