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By Corey Williams, Associated Press
Annual thefts of the auto part increased more than 1,000 percent between 2018 and 2020. Here's what you need to know.
By Tim McPhillips, Nicole Ellis
Tens of thousands of vehicles poured into Cuba from its Cold War allies in the Soviet bloc and later Russia over the past half century. Many are aging and need spare parts.
By Juan Zamorano, Gisela Salomon, Associated Press
With the auto industry still reeling from a computer chip shortage and low production due to COVID-19 shutdowns, rising car prices show no signs of abating soon—and consumers are bearing the brunt of it, with record high average asking prices…
By PBS NewsHour
In North America, Toyota said it expects August production to be slashed by 60,000 to 90,000 vehicles.
By Yuri Kageyama, Associated Press
By Associated Press
Company officials say they're developing their own EV architecture, and after two GM-made EVs go on sale in 2024, Honda will start building its own.
By Kira Wakeam
“A long time ago, we would actually make a pot, and carry it on our head. We would use it for the things we needed,” said Simpson. “And nowadays, we have these cars, and we use them, and it’s still…
By Michael Krumholtz, Associated Press
For Mexico, the halt to Beetle production marks an end of an era. The VW factory in Puebla, southeast of the capital, had long been the only plant in the world still manufacturing classic Beetles and more recently became the…
By David McHugh, Associated Press
Volkswagen is halting production of the last version of its Beetle model this week at its plant in Puebla, Mexico.
By Arren Kimbel-Sannit, Cronkite School of Journalism
U.S. pedestrian deaths are at their highest level since 1990. Possible explanations include wider roads, sprawling cities, heavier traffic in residential areas due to navigation apps and increasing distractions from digital devices. And according to victims’ families and safety advocates,…
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