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Hyundai spins off Genesis luxury brand, promises six new models by 2020

The goal is to compete with the world's top luxury offerings, and Hyundai's new sub-brand will be given substantial autonomy to deliver on that promise.

By November 4, 2015


Hyundai Sonata garners first-ever AutoPacific President's Award

The all-new 2011 Hyundai Sonata has earned a number of accolades since its launch earlier this year.

By June 10, 2010


Can Fisker's Atlantic EV drive it to profits?

After stumbling with the Fisker Karma, Fisker Automotive will need to raise more money and execute flawlessly to bring its luxurious, sporty, and electric sedan to production.

By April 4, 2012


Study: Rising fuel prices push fewer buyers toward hybrids

Automotive News reports that higher gas prices are not pushing sales of more fuel-efficient cars.

By June 21, 2011


Buick is hip? Well, it has a pulse

Automotive News reports on Buick's model plans.

By August 27, 2010


Luxury's new look: Smaller and more practical

Automotive news reports on changing attitudes to luxury cars, and how automakers are responding.

By February 11, 2010


In hybrid war, Prius pummels Insight

Honda sells one Insight for every six Toyota Priuses.

By December 3, 2009


Dashboard surfing for the masses

Philips Semiconductors debuts a new chip it says will take the emerging niche of dashboard electronics beyond the realm of the luxury car. Analysts, however, are skeptical.

February 11, 2002


e-GM sputters with mixed reviews of its first year

GM's e-commerce site marks its first anniversary, celebrating its successes and lamenting the obstacles it continues to face as an offshoot of a huge bureacracy.

August 2, 2000


GM tells dealers to cut ties with some Web sites

The car giant puts the brakes on some Internet automobile brokers, threatening to punish dealers that sell cars through some independent Web sites instead of through official GM sites.

May 18, 2000