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Coming to the U.S.: Mazda EV with rotary backup

Mazda has given the greenlight to sell the subcompact MX-30 crossover in the U.S. sometime in the future as both an EV and a hybrid with a rotary engine.

CarMax sees longer return policy as its next trend

The nation's largest used-vehicle retailer sees its new return policy as an added layer of comfort for the increasing number of big-ticket shoppers online.

Hot topics at virtual CES: AVs, air taxis and drones

The tech expo came without many of the bells and whistles that typically make it overwhelming and great. Still, the all-digital show featured discussions on electrification, automated vehicles, the opportunities of air mobility and more. Here are highlights.

GM agrees to invest $787M in Canada plant, reaches tentative deal with Unifor

GM says it will phase out Chevrolet Equinox assembly in Ingersoll, Ontario, and build an all-electric commercial van at the factory instead. The pledge comes as part of a new tentative labor pact reached with Unifor late Friday -- several months before it was due to be negotiated.

Ford's Matt VanDyke to become CEO of FordDirect

VanDyke, currently Ford's director of marketing, will take over the digital lead-generating company Feb. 1.