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Virus sparks another China crisis

Global travel restrictions could jeopardize automotive projects in China, especially in the industry hub of Wuhan, the epicenter of the coronavirus. 

When Mazda gambled on a rotary engine

To set itself apart in the 1960s, the automaker turned to German technology, and the rotary engine helped kickstart the Mazda brand around the world.

Unifor confident with Canada at crossroads

Union President Jerry Dias says he expects to maintain jobs during 2020 Detroit 3 labor talks. Analysts, meanwhile, forecast Canadian production to fall in the coming years.

Magna ends alliance with Lyft on AVs

The partnership to co-develop fully autonomous vehicles was formed in March 2018 and included a $200 million investment from Magna in the ride-hailing network.

Genesis' crossover era near

Curious about what the first CUV from Genesis will look like undisguised? Hyundai’s luxury brand has finally provided some answers.