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NAIAS 2016

The largest and most important annual showcase for US carmakers, now in its 28th year, took place between January 11-24 at the COBO Center in Detroit

Sergio Marchionne, veteran Fiat dealmaker

The carmaker boss considers how to respond to Silicon Valley, writes Rachel Sanderson

Silicon Valley and Detroit share the road

Rivals need each other in race to build the cars of the future

Obama plans $4bn driverless cars boost

National testing scheme proposal launched at Detroit Auto Show

GM raises dividend as US car sales hum

Carmaker lifts earnings forecast 5% and extends share buybacks

Google steps up hunt for car partner

Tech group will ‘need a lot of help’ to bring a vehicle to market

Detroit in pictures: images from the 2016 Auto Show

Honda, Ford, Mercedez-Benz, VW, Nissan and Hyundai unveil cars

Fiat boss asks to be judged on results

Marchionne is focused on improving performance, not deals

Carmakers speed into US luxury sector

Ford, Honda, Daimler and Volvo rollout vehicles in Detroit

Fiat head warns sector of electric threat

Sergio Marchionne says carmakers risk losing proprietary control

VW seeks US ‘love’ after emissions scandal

German carmaker pins hopes on new SUVs

Tesla update lets cars park themselves

Musk says one day owners could summon vehicles from far away

Carmakers take two routes to Detroit

Fuel-hungry vehicles to be shown alongside electrics and hybrids

2015 Show

Week in Review, January 17

Car party in Detroit; MetLife, oil projects, and drug deals also in the news

US carmakers target luxury market

GM and Ford seek to mount stronger challenge to German marques

GM predicts higher profit margins in 2015

Car group delivered record 9.92m vehicles worldwide last year

BMW warns tech groups seeking car data

German carmaker highlights risk to drivers’ privacy

Alfa Romeo seeks to rediscover its mojo

Italian marque plans to revive its fortunes in the US market

Cadillac races to catch European rivals

Offensive aims to loosen grip of European carmakers

Musk looks beyond China slowdown

Tesla co-founder expects to sell a ‘few million’ cars a year by 2025

GM’s Bolt sparks electric car rivalry

‘Game-changer’ could offer 200-mile range for $30,000 price tag

Volvo brings Made in China to US drivers

The S60L marks a possible turning point for the motor industry

Detroit hails return of power and luxury

Carmakers aim to boost margins with sales of performance vehicles

Jaguar to launch F-Pace premium SUV

Car will be built in UK and take on BMW X4

GM says US sales could hit 2001 levels

Carmaker forecasts light vehicle sales of up to 17m this year

2014 show

Motor shows take back seat to tech expos

Manufacturers are turning to electronics events for big launches

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