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?
The US is the world's largest importer of cars. But recent comments by US President Donald Trump and other administration officials are trying to muddy the waters. What really makes a car 'Made in the USA'?
German premium carmaker BMW has announced that new stricter EU emissions tests for cars as well as global trade tensions would leave revenues and profits short of its full-year forecast.
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.
The Swedish carmaker's second-quarter sales and profits are up substantially, despite global trade tensions. Nonetheless, it is shifting production within its factories around the world to try and avoid stiff duties.
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