The Ford Edge is a truly American SUV. The mid-sized crossover is 4.8 meters long and weighs in at over 1.9 tons. Now, in its second generation, the crossover is taking on the European market. But can it edge out the competition?
Luxury sports carmaker Ferrari has said it may build a crossover utility vehicle, calling the SUV market "too big and too inviting" to ignore. It promised the brand's exclusivity would not be compromised.
China's Great Wall Motor Corporation has voiced interest in bidding for Fiat Chrysler. The Italian-American carmaker has been grappling with rising costs and seeks to develop technology for self-driving vehicles.
The US car market appears to be cooling faster than expected as the big three American automakers as well as their foreign rivals reported fewer sales in April - the fourth consecutive month of declines.
Global carmakers have gathered in the Chinese capital to show off their latest models, with competition in the world's fastest growing auto market heating up and SUV's getting much of domestic customers' attention.
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