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Subaru’s ‘bolder’ design debuts in Geneva

GENEVA — Subaru Corp. is giving the world a better idea of what a “bolder” design looks like. The Viziv Adrenaline Concept, to be shown today here at the Geneva auto show, is the latest Viziv concept that the automaker has rolled out in recent years. But...

Ghosn’s product plan zooms forward

YOKOHAMA, Japan — Carlos Ghosn is gone, but his vehicles will live on in a future product plan that could bring Nissan more hits. A new generation of vehicles initiated under the ousted chairman will debut as early as next year. Their success could prove a bitter...

My excellent adventure with the auto industry

Editor’s note: Print Editor Richard Johnson is retiring after a 35-year career with Automotive News that took him across the globe covering some of the industry’s biggest stories and personalities. Here, he takes a look in the rearview. Thirty-five years...

5 tech advances in 2019

The line between advancements in high tech and the automotive industry blurs more with each passing day. Stay ahead of the curve by becoming familiar with these terms, all of which will become common parlance among automotive industry insiders in the months ahead....

Tesla to drop stores for online sales only

Tesla is largely abandoning its long-controversial retail model of factory-owned stores, it said Thursday, turning instead to an equally radical model for selling cars — online sales only. The shift in retail strategy occurs as the California electric-vehicle maker...

Musk faces U.S. contempt claim over SEC accord

The Securities and Exchange Commission asked a judge to hold Elon Musk in contempt for violating last year’s settlement with the agency, raising a new round of regulatory issues for the embattled Tesla Inc. CEO. The SEC claimed on Monday that a Feb. 19 tweet by Musk...