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Daimler: Shift to Electric Cars Non-Negotiable Despite Virus
Toyota Vehicles Debut Online As Virus Postpones Auto Show
Edmunds: How to Manage Your Lease During the Pandemic

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Toyota Vehicles Debut Online As Virus Postpones Auto Show

Daimler: Shift to Electric Cars Non-Negotiable Despite Virus

By Tom Krisher |
When Toyota introduced two new vehicles Monday, its executives didn't brag about them from an elaborate stage inside a convention center.

German Court Ruling Clears the Way to Settle VW Diesel Cases

German Court Ruling Clears the Way to Settle VW Diesel Cases

By Christoph Noelting and David McHugh | May 26
A German court has ruled that Volkswagen must buy back cars from owners of its diesel cars equipped with software that evaded emissions testing — but consumers must accept the current value of the car.

Lock Your Cars! Vehicle Theft Spikes in COVID-19 Pandemic

Lock Your Cars! Vehicle Theft Spikes in COVID-19 Pandemic

By Stefanie Dazio | May 25
The coronavirus hasn't been kind to car owners.

Edmunds: Best Updated Cars for 2020

Edmunds: Best Updated Cars for 2020

By Reese Counts | May 25
A refresh varies from minor design tweaks to new engines and improved in-car tech. It's a way to keep a vehicle looking and feeling fresh after a few years on the market.

Debt and Coronavirus Push Hertz into Bankruptcy Protection

Debt and Coronavirus Push Hertz into Bankruptcy Protection

By Tom Krisher | May 24
Hertz filed for bankruptcy protection Friday, unable to withstand the coronavirus pandemic that has crippled global travel and with it, the heavily indebted 102-year-old car rental company's business.

Ford Temporarily Halts Work At 2 Plants; Rolls Cuts Jobs

Ford Temporarily Halts Work At 2 Plants; Rolls Cuts Jobs

May 21
Ford temporarily halted production at two assembly plants Tuesday and Wednesday after three workers tested positive for the novel coronavirus.