http://www.autonews.com - Ford F-150 aces crash test, but Ram, Chevy, Toyota pickups lag; GM shifts plant funds from Mich. to Kan.; Porsche Macans cleared; Lutz on new design chief; Geek Squad picks Prius c.
http://www.autonews.com - Porsche Macan deliveries stalled in 13 states; Tesla recalls Model X; Dodge trims Dart lineup; Sonic to build more EchoPark stores; GM to increase minority, woman-owned stores.
http://www.autonews.com - Compact Jeep to be revealed in Brazil; Volvo plans driverless pilot in U.S.; Ford test goes dark; BMW relaunches car-sharing; GM case dismissed; Using drones to find cars on lot.
http://www.carscoops.com - Chevrolet’s latest Corvette Z06 is impressive right out of the box - and can be made even more so.
http://www.autonews.com - Retiring Welburn leaves stylish legacy at GM; From Earl to Cherry, past captains of GM design; Simcoe named successor; Fiat dealer's new stage; Good, bad of Tesla?; Toyota makes it three.
http://www.autoline.tv - Once not too long ago it was king of the luxury hill. But having lost that title to the Germans years back, Cadillac has sputtered on every end. By the time the product was fixed much of the customer base had defected. But now Cadillac has turned to the luxury brands’ Mr. Fix It, Johan de Nysschen. Responsible for transforming Audi into the U.S. sales powerhouse it is today and was on his way to attempting the same for Infiniti before Cadillac came calling. On this week’s show, Mr. de Nysschen talks about his strategy for Cadillac to regain the luster, and more importantly, sales it has lost
http://www.nytimes.com - With its graceful lines, power and balanced ride, 2016’s version of Chevrolet’s midsize sedan is an able competitor in an unforgiving market segment.
http://www.motortrend.com - We’ve had a brief drive in Chevy’s new Bolt, and we learned its price back in January, and now–perhaps in hopes of drawing a bit of attention away from that price and range competitor from Brand T–Chevy is revealing quite a few more details about its 200-plus-mile affordable electric car. Always keen to under-promise and over-deliver, the Bolt engineers are still cagey about exactly how far north of 200 miles the EPA window-sticker range will land or exactly how much quicker than 7 seconds it will accelerate to 60 mph (Tesla is claiming 215 miles and less than 6 seconds for its 2017 Model 3)
http://www.autonews.com - GM billboard keeps 'eyes' on rival cars; Paul Walker death case dismissed; EPA chief unsure U.S., VW will meet deadline; FCA's Argentina plans; Amazon, Microsoft in talks to join 'Here.'
http://www.autonews.com - Why Ghosn welcomes Model 3 zeal; 'Hubris' hinders Tesla deliveries; JLR's new store look; GM Korea labor tension; Ford South Africa plans.