After serving as Audi of America’s customer experience director since 2011, Jeri Ward moves on up to the roles of CCO and vice president for the subsidiary.
During a campaign tour stop in Iowa, Democrat hopeful Hillary Clinton threw her support behind corn ethanol.
Hyundai is planning on building a factory in Mexico, but only after annual domestic sales in the country rise to appropriate levels.
What does a diesel shop in Michigan have in common with a Washingtonian florist and a Hoosier pizza hut? An owner who refuses to serve openly gay customers.
The Commonwealth of Virginia is ready to set strict limits on how long license plate reader data can be retained, said limits being on the order of days.
Just as corn kernels have found their way into gas tanks, corn stover could soon end up in fuel cells.
Electric vehicles are doing well in Europe, but their dominance over PHEVs may soon draw to a close.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration chief Mark Rosekind is calling for a summit with industry CEOs to improve automotive safety.
Aside from not presenting cars on BBC anymore, former “Top Gear” host Jeremy Clarkson won’t be appearing on another BBC program, as well.