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EV architecture divide automakers

The industry is drawing sides over a big engineering question: Should future EVs get their own platforms, or can EV and combustion engine models share the same architecture?

AV Testing in Brooklyn

Autonomous vehicle services are becoming common in places such as Silicon Valley, Phoenix and Pittsburgh — but not in New York.

UAW president lies low

The already low-profile Gary Jones has been incognito since he was implicated — but not indicted — in a federal charging document this month that accompanied the arrest of UAW regional director Vance Pearson.

Inflatable billboard gives Lexus a lift in Motor City

For the Japanese luxury brand, which bought the naming rights under a four-year agreement in late 2017, the Velodrome is a way to boost brand recognition along a busy corridor in the heart of Detroit.

Child-detection technology needs mandate

Congress should mandate child-detection technology to save lives, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.