Smaller and taller is apparently the way the auto industry is headed these days.
SONOMA, Calif. | Carl Edwards made Roush Fenway Racing the unlikely organization to end Hendrick Motorsports' five-race winning streak.
LONG BEACH, Calif. | Tempers flared in almost every corner of the IndyCar paddock Sunday at Long Beach, where Mike Conway was the unexpected winner of a surprisingly physical race.
The 106th annual auto show starts Saturday and will continue through Feb. 17. More than 1 million square feet in the North and South Exhibit Halls of McCormick Place will be devoted to automakers' latest offerings.
The locally made Ford Explorer set a new sales record last year, as Ford retained its title as the best-selling vehicle brand in North America.
Indiana is the “Crossroads of America.” We are the second ranking automobile manufacturer in the nation.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. | Kevin Harvick didn't simply have his hands full with the rest of the Sprint Cup field Sunday. He also was trying to tame a squirrely surface at Kansas Speedway.
OAK FOREST | A growing number of manufacturers have been pursuing lean initiatives, and they need to know leanness means more than cost-cutting, a consultant said.
Gov. Mike Pence will say sayonara to Indiana next month when he embarks on his first overseas business trip as the state's chief executive.
The news that Indiana is now second in the nation in terms of automotive gross domestic product is reason to cheer.
How Indiana has emerged as a leader in national rankings
Indiana's automotive industry has raced ahead to second place nationally and is not letting off the gas.
After a decade of major investments, Indiana's auto industry now ranks among the top two or three nationally in many categories, including automotive gross domestic product, total number of vehicles produced and jobs.
Indiana added manufacturing jobs for the second straight year, but the region missed out on the gains.
Toyota of Merrillville, offering Northwest Indiana drivers new Toyota vehicles alongside pre-owned models from a variety of automakers, has received the President’s Award from Toyota for the second consecutive year, signaling the local store's continuing commitment to excellence in products,…
River Oaks Toyota announced it is under new management. Pictured at the grand opening March 13 are, from left, Fernando Falcon, president and CEO, Al Flores and Bruce Glascock, the three new owners; Jimmy Lambert, general manager along with Calumet City Mayor Michelle Markiewicz Qualkinbush;…
CALUMET CITY | The sparkling red, black and white showroom of River Oaks Toyota, 1970 River Oaks Drive, was the glamorous backdrop for introducing the new owners on March 13.
Team Toyota in Schererville officially unveils its new dealership Thursday. Kevin Fletcher, far left, general manager of the Chicago sales region for Toyota Motor Sales, presents dealership officials, from left, Michael Leep, Michael Rudolph and Van Gurley with the Katana sword, a long-stand…
TOKYO | Toyota has tapped a former executive at U.S. rival General Motors to join its board, the first time in the Japanese automaker's 76-year history it is appointing directors from outside the company.
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