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A frame job: Morgan moves to a new architecture after 84 years

The company last week built its last steel-framed sports car, after a run with the rugged platform that set a world record.

Glimmer of sales hope for luxury brands?

Luxury brand sales show signs of recovery from a pandemic-driven slump in the spring.

Consumer credit roiled by COVID-19

The pandemic has made it more difficult for lenders to determine credit-worthiness and harder for subprime borrowers to buy cars.

VW diesel scandal exec could finish prison term in Germany, report says

Oliver Schmidt is expected to appear before a federal magistrate next week on his request to finish his seven-year prison sentence in his native Germany for his key role in VW's diesel emissions scandal, the Detroit News reported.

Toyota says it no longer employs staff shown mocking Floyd death

The Japanese automaker would not provide details, but said in a statement that it takes allegations of workplace racism seriously and that the individuals no longer work at its factory in Indiana.