According to information obtained by the Jeep Scrambler Forum, Jeep’s Wrangler-based pickup will be called the Scrambler — recalling the original CJ-8 Scrambler, a long-wheelbase variant of the C-7 built from 1981 to 1986.
Asbury Automotive CEO Craig Monaghan will step down Jan. 1 after nine years leading the public dealership group. COO David Hult will replace him.
South Korea rejected a United States proposal to revise a five-year-old trade deal as the Trump administration pushed for major changes it says will cut its trade gap with the Asian nation.
Rock Connections is adding online used car retailer Vroom to its client list as the downtown Detroit call center continues to expand its local workforce.
Lear has received a grant from the state of Michigan’s development arm to build a $30 million plant at the old Buick City complex in Flint, Mich.
The Lexus RX “L,” captured by spy photographers in Southern California, features a longer rear overhang and a more upright roof to better accommodate riders in the far back, but otherwise, it isn’t much different than the two-row version.
Audi’s management will be reshuffled by the start of the Frankfurt auto show in mid-September, people familiar with the matter told Reuters, with four of the board’s seven members to be replaced.
A federal magistrate ordered two Michigan lawmakers to hand over correspondence to Tesla regarding the state’s law prohibiting direct-to-consumer sales as the company fights for the right to sell and repair its vehicles in the state.
Chevrolet’s newest crossover, which will slot between the Equinox and the Traverse, has been spotted testing alongside a Nissan Murano, suggesting it will be more crossover than SUV.
Ford is preparing to set up a joint venture with Chinese automaker Anhui Zotye Automobile to manufacture all-electric vehicles for that market.