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Glimmer of sales hope for luxury brands?

Luxury brand sales show signs of recovery from a pandemic-driven slump in the spring.

Consumer credit roiled by COVID-19

The pandemic has made it more difficult for lenders to determine credit-worthiness and harder for subprime borrowers to buy cars.

A frame job: Morgan moves to a new architecture after 84 years

The company last week built its last steel-framed sports car, after a run with the rugged platform that set a world record.

Dealers reevaluate ad spending in pandemic

After drastic cuts in the spring, a modest boost in spending is being accompanied by intense scrutiny.

Texas workers urge GM plant closure as virus surges

Concerned about the rapidly rising number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Texas, UAW workers have asked for the temporary closure of the GM SUV plant in Arlington.