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New shutdowns are coming to U.S. manufacturers

Automotive assembly plant shutdowns are accelerating, and the future doesn't provide much optimism for improvement. With today's vehicles filled with up to 1,500 chips, manufacturers...

Tesla Cybertruck production delayed by another year

At the initial model unveiling, the Tesla Cybertruck was positioned as a frontrunner among electrified pickup trucks. The launch event had its own hiccups...

How out-of-control prices are impacting both the new and used car...

New and used vehicle prices continue to climb to record high levels. On today’s show, we’re pleased to welcome Jessica Caldwell, Edmunds’ Executive Director...
vehicle supply

A new model coming for vehicle supply, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson...

The COVID-19 pandemic could be a watershed for carmakers who have typically kept hundreds of thousands of new vehicles at any given time. AutoNation...
car leasing

Could used car leasing tide over ravenous car buyers?

Dealers nationwide are experiencing or expecting shortages on their new car lots. Some manufacturers have fared better than others, but as a whole, the...

Ford mulls over option to deliver unfinished vehicles to dealers

Thousands of Super Duty pickups have been sitting at the Kentucky Speedway for months as the carmaker awaits enough microprocessor chips to complete them,...
microchip shortage

How the microchip shortage is progressing

Like most industries, the auto industry has continued to grapple with the effects of the pandemic while trying to find ways to overcome them....

Edmunds reports that new inventory continues to ‘dwindle’

Consumers who are ready to buy that shiny new car at a reasonable price may have to wait a while longer, according to an...