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New Nissan CEO faces fury from investors

CEO Makoto Uchida, under fire from shareholders angry about Nissan's slow-paced revival, says his team is creating a restructuring plan "fast" and that the company will cut deeply in the critical North American market with "no taboos whatsoever."

Rivian seeks direct sales beyond Colorado

As a legislative battle over automakers’ ability to sell EVs directly to consumers heats up in Denver, startup Rivian has received a dealer license in Arizona and says it's also considering Washington, Illinois, Massachusetts, California and Florida.

Ford pins hopes on bling for Broncos

A thriving accessories business is a key piece of Ford's plan to reassert its credibility in the off-road space and achieve sales of at least 200,000 next year for the rugged SUV and a smaller crossover called the Bronco Sport.

GM retreats from more overseas battlefields

GM says it will close the Holden brand in Australia and New Zealand by 2021, and completely pull out of Thailand. The moves are part of the automaker's strategy of focusing on its more profitable markets.

Manheim readies detailed EV-battery condition reports

A key first step in the process is determining what range is left on a used vehicle's battery.