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Paul A. Eisenstein


Digital Divide

Consumers may prefer to have the latest technology in their new vehicles, but all the added hardware and software can be confusing out on the road.

Crafted by Lear

With a 2009 bankruptcy in the rearview mirror, Matt Simoncini and Lear Corp. have set their sights on expanding the supplier’s global automotive seating business by cultivating its Detroit roots.

Next Generation

General Motors and Ford Motor Co. are investing millions of dollars to upgrade their historic technical and research centers in a bid to better compete for talent with Google, Apple, Uber, and others.

Champagne Dreams

Can Cadillac design better vehicles and raise its marketing prowess by moving its headquarters from Detroit to New York City?

Personal Collection

It is said that every picture tells a story, but when it comes to the Lingenfelter Collection in Brighton, so does every car. If you’re lucky enough to have Ken Lingenfelter for your personal...

Ken’s Way

After his cousin died in a racing accident, Ken Lingenfelter stepped in to steady his relative’s performance engineering company before pulling back on the throttle.

Cathedrals of Chrome

Why are auto museums so much more popular in Europe?

What’s Good for GM…

As General Motors discards the mantle of 'Government Motors,' the automaker is poised for greater profits — but a poor product launch or two, along with headwinds in Europe, could slow the momentum.

As it Turns 30, Does Chrysler’s Minivan Have a Future?

The next-generation Chrysler minivan, expected for the 2016 model year, will likely be center stage at the North American International Auto Show at Detroit’s Cobo Center in January. But as the product line enters...

Is Detroit Electric Covering Fisker's Tracks?

Earlier this year, Detroit Electric announced that production of the SP:01 — touted to be the fastest battery-electric vehicle on the market — would take place in Wayne County. But while manufacture of the...