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Toyota, Nissan, Honda making up for lost time

If Japan's carmakers were falling behind in the EV race, they are rapidly making up for lost time by pursuing scale, expanding overseas and focusing on offerings that are fun to drive.

A new era brings new challenges to automaker-supplier relations

As vehicle technology grows more complex, the electrical and electronics purchasing area is becoming a new sore spot in supplier and automaker relations.

Ford expands AV testing to Detroit

The automaker, along with its autonomous vehicle development partner Argo AI, also tests in Pittsburgh, Miami, Washington and Palo Alto, Calif.

Denso, Honeywell go airborne with plans for electric flying vehicles

Japanese supplier Denso is partnering with aerospace manufacturer Honeywell on a plan to develop electrification technologies for urban flying vehicles.

VW seeks U.S. boost as counter to China

CEO Herbert Diess says recent international trade disputes have exacerbated the need to improve sales and profitability in the giant German automaker's long-struggling U.S. operations.