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The most "American-made" vehicles may surprise you
A Jeep takes the number one spot, but Honda takes second, third and fourth place.
As Britain plans to leave the EU, automakers plan to leave Britain
Some foreign automakers are abandoning their U.K. operations, resulting in job losses and further uncertainty.
What Honda's investment in GM means for self-driving cars
Autonomous cars made more interesting in a deal that's more Silicon Valley than Detroit.
The venerable sedan gives way to crossovers and trucks
Two out of every five vehicles sold in the United States is a cross utility vehicle, or CUV.
Auto industry has a record year (for safety fines)
Fine for Honda alone sets a record: $70 million for failing to report deaths, injuries.
Why Honda is the most innovative car company on Earth
Jeffrey Rothfeder explored the car-maker's culture in his new book "Driving Honda"
Big companies help small ones by paying them sooner
Big companies sign on to pay their small-business suppliers faster.
Cars get even more connected with Google's Open Automotive Alliance
Honda and GM will join Audi in using Android operating systems.
Hydrogen powered cars to hit the road near you
Hydrogen fuel cells worked for Apollo astronauts. Now cars with the technology are bound for showrooms.
The drive-in movie theater isn't dead. Not yet at least.
There are only about 300 drive-in theaters left in the U.S., and the shift to digital projection may eliminate most of the survivors.