New battery-electric platforms, along with the promise of solid-state technology, are powering the emerging autonomous vehicle industry, but reaching a critical mass will have to wait for the next energy crisis.
Rebuilding urban districts lining Michigan Avenue — Corktown in Detroit and the two downtown areas of Dearborn — follow a similar formula: Get land control, find strong developers, reduce red tape, and rebuild.
For the first time, organizers of the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit will complement the debut of concept vehicles and new models with AutoMobili-D, an exhibition of future mobility platforms and emerging transportation networks.
How a new restaurant and nightclub in downtown Royal Oak exceeded its budget, overcame unforeseen municipal requests, and still opened in just 10 months.
Huron Capital Partners, a private equity firm in Detroit, has developed an acquisition platform that drives operational efficiencies through an in-house buy and build strategy.
Detroit’s three casinos are banking on added entertainment, conventions, and a new hockey arena to drive future growth.
Metro Detroit has the highest lease rate of cars and trucks in the nation — a market condition that challenges dealers and automakers to move vehicles at sometimes-reduced profit margins.
With the last wave of baby boomers now in their 50s, consumer brands are turning to a younger, and more discerning, audience to drive awareness and profits.