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The latest numbers on the microchip shortage: GM, VW plants cut back

The newest estimates of microchip disruptions indicate an ongoing struggle for North American and European vehicle lines. 

Toyota to harness the power of ‘turtles'

Toyota is launching a $10 million pilot project for parts distribution that will let robots do the walking up and down warehouse aisles.

NADA plans big kickoff for in-person 2022 show

The National Automobile Dealers Association is planning to fire up its annual show with a big kickoff reception March 10 at Allegiant Stadium.

Wading into online parts sales, collision

Franchised car dealers can find lots of opportunities in selling parts online. But it's not a world for the faint of heart.

We need more data on the effects of EVs

More information is needed on the explicit environmental effects of electrification, writes an Automotive News reader in a letter to the editor.

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