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According to the latest news, Cadillac's president Steve Carlisle told dealers on Monday that the brand's first electric model will be presented in April.

Now that most major carriers are selling usage-based car insurance, one of the pioneers in that sector is selling its technology to other carriers as a claims management tool.

15 new plaintiffs have been added to a class action lawsuit that was originally filed by Christine Powell against Subaru.

The Auto Care Association today announced registration is now open for its 2020 Paint, Body and Equipment Specialists (PBES) Conference.

Plug in America, a group that advocates for electric vehicles in the US, has announced a nationwide campaign to train car dealers how to sell electric cars.

More than 257 million vehicles have now been processed through a search tool aimed at creating greater consumer awareness of auto recalls.

Researchers find electric vehicle owners overall pay about 8% more over a 5-year period.

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) are becoming the norm when it comes to new automotive options for consumers, as safety has become a mainstream factor.

Monday, 17 February 2020 17:17

On the Lighter Side: Ford Is Turning McDonald's Coffee Waste Into Car Parts

Written by Chris Bruce, Motor 1

Future Ford vehicles will come with some McDonald's coffee – at least in the models' components.

Ford are teaming up with Bosch to train their Mustang Mach-E technicians using VR.

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