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Continental to build $1.4 billion tire plant in Mississippi
Continental's decision to commit $1.4 billion for a truck/bus tire plant in Mississippi reflects the company's belief that demand for its commercial tire products in North America will continue to grow at above market pace.

Ford EcoSport inches closer to U.S. shores
Ford appears to be getting closer to selling the tiny EcoSport crossover in the U.S. Spy photos show the EcoSport, a subcompact crossover based on the same platform as the Fiesta, being tested near Ford's headquarters in Dearborn, Mich.

GM awards more business to ad agency Commonwealth
Ad agency Commonwealth/McCann has added some more business from General Motors at the expense of Leo Burnett.

Diesel Fiat 500X has excess emissions, German lobby group claims
German environmental lobby group DUH stepped up its campaign against auto industry pollution today, accusing Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' 500X compact SUV of releasing excessive levels of toxic diesel emissions.

Bob Rossiter, who helped build and rebuild seating giant Lear, dies at 69
Former Lear CEO Bob Rossiter, who worked with the company for 40 years and led it through bankruptcy in 2009, died Sunday after a yearlong battle with cancer.

2016 Dodge Durango: Weighty and room for 7
The Dodge Durango SUV remains a low-key but steady seller for Fiat Chrysler. It's available with three rows of seats and a variety of engines.

Honda offers early peek at 6th-gen Civic Si at 2005 Chicago Auto Show
Honda, marking the 20th anniversary and sixth generation of the high-performance Civic Si franchise in the U.S., unveils the Civic Si Concept on Feb. 10, 2005, at the Chicago Auto Show.

2016 Nissan Maxima SR Update 2: Performance Numbers and a Recall

Performance numbers are here

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2016 Jaguar F-Type R Coupe First Test Review

No Retraction: Jaguar's Best Gets Even Better

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Mercedes is not chasing volume at any price, Zetsche says
Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche says Mercedes will not sacrifice margins in its quest to overtake rival BMW and become the world's best-selling luxury brand.