The Industry's Source for Automotive and Powersports Agents
Search Close Menu



Number of EVs to Double by 2021

U.S. electric-vehicle sales forecasted by the Edison Electric Institute would require the...

The number of electric vehicles on U.S. roads will double in the next three years, according to a new report from the Edison Electric Institute.


Waymo Rolls Out Self-Driving Taxis

Self-driving, revenue-generating taxis have officially hit the streets of Chandler, Ariz., and...

Waymo has set a new standard for driverless-vehicle proponents and ride-hailing providers by launching Waymo One, a revenue-generating autonomous transportation service.


Genesis Unveils Virtual Showroom

The Genesis virtual showroom includes a 3D configurator that uses CAD data taken directly from...

Genesis officially launched its new, web-based 3D configurator and Instagram Stories configurator, both targeted to car buyers shopping from home.


GM Kills 6 Models in Cost-Cutting Move

The Chevrolet Impala is one of six General Motors sedans slated for discontinuation by the end...

General Motors will end production of six Chevrolet, Cadillac, and Buick sedans as part of a restructuring that will close at least five plants and eliminate more than 14,000 jobs.


Ky. Dealer Cleared in Wrongful Death Case

The Supreme Court of Kentucky ruled in favor of a dealership charged with vicarious liability in...

The Kentucky Supreme Court ruled against a plaintiff seeking to hold Martin Dodge Chrysler Jeep vicariously liable for the death of a passenger in a sold vehicle titled in the dealership’s name.


Santander Settles CFPB Charges for $11.8M

Santander Consumer USA Inc. will pay $11.8 million to settle charges related to the sale of its...

Santander Consumer USA has agreed to pay $9.29 million in restitution and $2.5 million in fines to settle claims leveled by the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau over the finance source’s GAP and interest-only payments programs.