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A 2nd electric Jag, the XJ sedan, is in the works, report says

You can bet the powertrain from the I-Pace is going to be used on other Jaguar vehicles.

Hybrid Hemis, homework, and luxe-mobiles: What scribes are saying about '19 Ram 1500

Redesigned for the 2019 model year, the next-gen Ram 1500 finally broke its cover last week at the Detroit auto show. It won't take long for the new Ram to arrive at dealerships in the U.S., as production is set to begin this month.

Robots won't replace humans in auto factories anytime soon

More than three decades after Honda Motor Co. first built an Accord sedan at its Marysville, Ohio, factory in 1982, humans are still an integral part of the assembly process -- and that's unlikely to change anytime soon.

Oil demand to peak by 2030 as electric vehicles boom, predicts Bank of America

Peak oil demand may be just 12 years away. That's according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch analysts who predict that 40 percent of all car sales will be electric vehicles by 2030

U.S. auto parts suppliers urge NAFTA compromise to cover engineering work

A trade group representing auto suppliers urged the Trump administration to adopt NAFTA automotive rules that cover research, engineering, design and software development work as part of North American regional value content goals.