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Cadillac plans to unveil 3-row XT6 crossover in Detroit

The large three-row vehicle will slot between the XT5 midsize crossover and the Cadillac Escalade large SUV -- white space the brand has needed to fill for some time.

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Detroit auto show gets June date through 2026

The Detroit auto show, seeking to reinvent itself following decades as a January ...

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Decision on new Detroit auto show date coming next month

The yearly show has been rumored for months to be moving either to October or June. ...

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Detroit auto show, facing competition and brand departures, mulls October date

The Detroit auto show, faced with growing competition and the departure of several ...

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VW to keep Passat on old platform, update styling, tech for 2020

The 2020 Volkswagen Passat will receive new exterior styling, more standard safety equipment and an updated instrument panel but it won't land on a new platform or feature a new powertrain as the automaker, citing the shrinking midsize car market, strives to save resources.

Superfast Lexus RC F Track Edition to debut at Detroit auto show

Lexus plans to unveil a new superfast coupe at the Detroit auto show in January, just months before it hits the market.

Detroit show scores a big win: 2020 Toyota Supra debut

While many European automakers have bailed out of the Detroit auto show, there will be at least one major global debut from a foreign automaker.

Detroit auto show moves to June to boost appeal

The Detroit auto show is undergoing a drastic reorganization in 2020, when it will move from the dead of winter to early June to better appeal to car shoppers — and the growing list of automakers that have dropped out in recent years — with outdoor displays and on-road vehicle demonstrations.

First Shift: Subaru's plan to restore trust, build share

Subaru's plan to restore trust, build market share; Detroit auto show moving to June, reports say; New role for VW's Sedran; Uber scooters; Why Mercedes plans more pop-up stores.

Detroit auto show expected to move to June, reports say

The Detroit Auto Dealers Association, which organizes the North American International Auto Show in downtown Detroit, is preparing to reimagine and shift the annual show to June, Detroit newspapers reported.

First Shift: Mazda warns tariffs will raise prices

Mazda warns tariffs will raise prices; Summertime for Detroit auto show?; GM expands Silverado price range; Faster charging for Volt; Where old EV batteries find new life.

Show stoppers

BMW's decision to unveil a car in a video game illustrates how the digital era is transforming the way automakers introduce vehicles, forcing Detroit and other big auto shows to figure out how to stay relevant.

First Shift: Mazda taps Americas chief as new CEO

Mazda taps Americas chief as CEO; Audi skipping Detroit; Trump, auto execs to meet; Profits drop at Subaru; Trimming up inexpensive cars; Nissan, Toyota aid nursing moms, premature babies.

Audi to skip 2019 Detroit auto show, joining BMW, Benz

In dropping out of the 2019 Detroit auto show, Audi said it will continue to evaluate auto shows case by case, relative "to the timing of our product introductions and the value the show brings from a media and consumer perspective."

BMW pulls out of Detroit auto show

BMW is joining German rival Mercedes-Benz and pulling out of the North American International Auto Show. The decision comes as the Detroit Auto Dealers Association contemplates moving the show to October from January starting in 2020.

Detroit's auto show needs to escape the winter

The merits of moving the Detroit auto show from January to October are obvious. It's time to quit staging the show in the depths of winter.

For Zetsche, skipping Detroit is hard to do

It wasn't easy for Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche to go along with the decision for Mercedes to pull out of the Detroit auto show.

VW still bullish on U.S. shows; Ratan Tata shows up in Geneva

Volkswagen remains bullish on U.S. auto shows, including the one in Detroit.

VW still bullish on U.S. shows; Ratan Tata shows up in Geneva

Volkswagen remains bullish on U.S. auto shows, including the one in Detroit.

Moving Detroit auto show to October could cut costs

Executives in charge of the Detroit auto show are likely to reschedule it to early October, while recasting the annual event as a simpler, less expensive show.

AutoNews Now: Detroit auto show mulls move to October

Detroit auto show mulls move to Oct.; AIADA, Global Automakers decry tariff plan; Toyota AV tech venture; At the Oscars: Red carpet debut for Cadillac ads, Partying with Genesis.


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