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Hyundai Motor Group, Aptiv to create $4 billion self-driving JV

The companies said the joint venture will begin testing fully driverless systems in 2020 and have a production-ready autonomous driving platform available for AV taxi providers, fleet operators and automakers in 2022.

AutoNation's new CEO: ‘We'll be opportunistic'

Cheryl Miller talks with Automotive News about her first two months leading the largest dealer group in the United States.

Wrangler will take plug-ins off-road

The hybrid Wrangler, expected to arrive in 2020 along with a diesel variant, could broaden the Wrangler's consumer base and build greater acceptance of electrified powertrains.

Strike slows the flow of GM's replacement parts

Some General Motors customers with broken, recalled and accident-damaged cars may already be feeling the effects of the UAW strike as replacement parts take longer to reach dealers and the independent repair shops they supply.

Acura's wish: Join 200,000 sales club

Jon Ikeda says that the U.S. sales goal can be reached in the next few years as he works to reposition Acura as a performance brand through marketing, designs with youthful energy and involvement in motorsports.