Audi's Santa has midlife crisis, sheds pounds to fit into an RS 5Dec. 11
Chevy launches year-end employee pricing campaignDec. 10
Detroit auto show gets June date through 2026Dec. 7
Hyundai gears up for another Super Bowl runDec. 3
Kia returns to the Super BowlDec. 1
RAV4 will get Super Bowl boostDec. 2
Lincoln backs off 2020 sales target amid Trump trade war with ChinaNov. 28
BMW X5, in marketing stunt, drives in the straightest line possible across U.S.Nov. 28
VW awards North American creative ad work to WPPNov. 26
Toyota pins Corolla hopes on multicultural buyersNov. 26
The Toyota Corolla, a perennial top seller among light vehicles in the U.S., faces a tougher market as car sales plummet. Toyota believes there are still pockets of opportunity for sales with multicultural groups.
JACK HOLLIS and ED LAUKESNov. 26
2018 Automotive News All Stars Jack Hollis, Toyota Division group vice president and general manager and Ed Laukes, group vice president of marketing, were instrumental in leading a company effort to reposition itself as a mobility company, through sponsorship of the Olympic and Paralympic games.