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Scott Keogh named new head of Volkswagen Group America

Scott Keogh named new head of Volkswagen Group America

Volkswagen Group has named Scott Keogh its new Volkswagen Group of America head. He takes on the roles of president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America and head of the Volkswagen brand for the North American region. The executive was formerly head of Audi America and the Volkswagen brand in the...

October 12, 2018
 
Ford Intersection Priority Management

Ford proposes a future without traffic lights

Vehicle-to-everything communications technology, more commonly referred to as V2X, is poised to change the way cars operate in the very near future. Numerous automakers are... read more October 12, 2018


 
Fisker EMotion

Fisker likely to launch crossover after EMotion sedan

Fisker has yet to launch its six-figure EMotion electric sedan, but the company's CEO and namesake Henrik Fisker is already talking about what will come after the first car... read more October 11, 2018


 
2019 Jaguar F-Type

Next Jaguar F-Type could get BMW V-8, 2+2 layout

The next Jaguar F-Type may have to hide a German accent. According to a Car report from Monday, Jaguar will source the next sports car's engine from BMW. Specifically, the... read more October 11, 2018


 
Scene from Ken Block’s ‘Gymkhana Nine: Raw Industrial Playground’

New Amazon Prime show "The Gymkhana Files" goes behind the scenes with Ken Block's viral video series

Rallycross racer Ken Block ignited the internet with Gymkhana 1 in 2011. It has become a series with nine installations of intense stunts and high-horsepower machines. The... read more October 11, 2018


 
BMW M3 CSL (E46)

BMW's sick of everyone saying its old cars were better

BMW has insisted the 2019 3-Series will be a return to form for the benchmark sport sedan. And no one is more confident than BMW research and development chief, Klaus... read more October 11, 2018


 
W Series race car

All-female race series coming in 2019

An all-female race championship series will launch next year, organizers announced Wednesday. The W Series will race 18-20 cars in 2019 with an all-female field. The series... read more October 11, 2018


 

 
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