Driven by low gasoline prices and high profit margins, drivers and carmakers in the US are smitten with SUVs.
Germany's auto behemoths are cooperating with each other to fight back against tech companies encroaching on their territory. Is this pragmatism the beginning of an impending consolidation in the car industry?
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'?
If you live in Germany, you might occasionally get the impression that the car industry in the country is embattled and under siege. Yet more German cars sell around the world than from any other country. Why?
The threat of steeper US tariffs on EU-assembled vehicles could lead to a global trade war. German automakers, which produce more vehicles in the US than they export there, are in the Trump administration's crosshairs.
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