Automotive Industry News

Automotive industry news encompasses a variety of topics. Some are serious while others can be more informal; these can include reviews on cars and comparison tests; there may also be advice and tips provided for drivers on some websites.

Cox Automotive reports that current used car trade values remain “unbelievably high”, despite recent price drops.


Motor Trend is widely recognized as an authority on automotive matters. Their experts offer impartial comparisons and rankings of vehicles that help buyers make informed decisions, while additionally covering the latest in automotive tech, trends and developments.

MotorTrend TV provides access to thousands of hours of original content, hit series episodes, live events and motorsports action available in 73 million homes around the world. Available to stream across multiple devices without cable subscription and featuring ads supported content that brings cars alive in front of viewers – viewers have more ways than ever before to experience all that life offers us through motors!

On BITCHIN’ RIDES, host Faye Hadley and Bogi Lateiner can be seen working behind the gears in their shop and breaking down complex automotive projects into DIY-friendly steps. Meanwhile, in SHORTY’S DREAM SHOP expert mechanic Javier “Shorty” Ponce and his team transform classic vehicles in their dream shop; and Dave Kindig returns for another season of SERVING CARS where they continue crafting unique cars for demanding clients.


Although interest rates on auto loans have increased, car buyers should remain active buyers until 2023 due to strong year-over-year sales volumes from major players such as Honda and Nissan that outshone industry peers.

Lotus recently unveiled their flagship showroom in Dosandae-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul. Offering seven vehicles for consumers to test drive and experience their brand is offered.

Contract negotiators for the United Auto Workers union and three major automakers have one week remaining to reach an agreement, or risk going on strike. CBS News autos and business reporter Nora Eckert joins CAR to explain what’s at stake.


Today’s carbuyers demand intuitive infotainment and self-driving capabilities that rely less on mechanical ingenuity and more on software quality, execution and integration. OEMs and suppliers are responding by developing more scalable platforms capable of keeping up with these shifting customer expectations.

Big tech’s investments in automotive & mobility are changing the industry landscape. Tune into this week’s episode of AutoTechInsight to hear how Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Apple are investing heavily in connected vehicle technologies for in-vehicle experience, autonomous driving and electric vehicles. Plus: latest thermal technology forecasts plus how Japanese automakers are leading innovation!

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