Known as the Global Fleet Deep Dive, the five pre-conference concurrent educational tracks will address themes impacting multinational fleets on topics dealing with safety, mobility, technology, and complex fleets.
Buick's 2018 Regal TourX station wagon arrives as a rare animal with designs to complete with the Subaru Outback and potentially other smaller crossovers.
Chevrolet is introducing in-vehicle 4G Wi-Fi hotspots for the Brazilian market in 2019 branded vehicles, which will allow up to seven devices to be connected at the same time.
Fleet registrations in Spain dropped 6.8% in October, which was an improvement over the 17.1% decline in September. However, registrations for fleet in the country were still 14.4%, year-to-date.
In a series of tweets, CEO Elon Musk announced Tesla has gone into the trucking business.
Nissan is expanding vehicle production in Africa with the addition of a new assembly plant in Ghana, a country in West Africa, and Algeria in North Africa, continuing the Japanese automakers plans to further expand auto production on the continent.
General Motors investment arm, GM Ventures, has invested in MapAnything, a telematics service provider that was integrated with OnStar in 2017, MapAnything has announced.
Volkswagen will spend 44 billion euros ($50.2 billion) on electric vehicles, digitization, autonomous technology, and mobility services globally by 2023, which marks an increase of 10 billion euros ($11.4 billion) from its year-ago forecast.
Toyota's 2020 Corolla will enter its twelfth generation with new powertrain options, including a gasoline-electric hybrid model, and more standard safety technology, Toyota has announced.
Pep Boys will take its Amazon.com Ship-to-Store tire installation national. Customers can now choose their neighborhood Pep Boys for the installation of any brand of tires purchased on Amazon.com.
Ford Motor Co.'s Argo AI autonomous vehicle investment seems to be helping the company develop a driverless ride-hailing business, the companies said at a Miami media event earlier this month.
Honda will introduce a fourth SUV to its 2019 lineup called the Passport that will slot between the CR-V and Pilot ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show on Nov. 27.