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UAW weaker now, but it won good deals

The labor union took some blows, but it also won some of the big battles at the bargaining table with the Detroit 3 this year.

EVs hold up tooling orders

For the next three to five years, North American spending on vehicle tooling will be in the range of $6.5 billion to $8 billion a year, down from $8 billion to $10 billion more recently.

New Mercedes GLA still sleek but adds space

The new GLA -- 4 inches taller than its predecessor -- offers more headroom in the front seats and more legroom in the rear.

Johnson win gives UK auto industry clarity on Brexit

Automakers and dealers, many of whom have long opposed Brexit, nevertheless breathed a sigh of relief after the resounding U.K. election victory for the right-wing Conservative party.

Reinvent Mustang with a nod to past

Ford should reinvent the Mustang in the spirit of the original, not as a crossover, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.