Automotive News - October 19, 2015 - Supplement - (Page Intro)

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Automotive News - October 19, 2015 - Supplement

Dust still unsettled for VW
A new kind of buy-sell player
The greening of Toyota
Unlike rivals, GM sidesteps stampede to Silicon Valley
A month into scandal, no sales meltdown
With so many jobs to fill, manufacturers and dealers need to entice young people
JLR store goes the extra mile to satisfy its customers
Dealership takes auto-retail career pitch into schools
Ferrari-Maserati store inside Vegas casino folds
Sources: Volvo is preparing compact crossover for 2018
Palmer: Electric power in Aston's future product mix
Demise of Viper by 2017 contained in UAW contract
Bentley's diesel crossover will get e-charging boost
Recent developments on the VW front
GM plans to be pickier about vehicle segments
Here's to 100 happy workplaces
VW strains shaky tie with regulators
Anticipate change, then innovate
Linamar makes offer for Montupet
21 innovative suppliers named PACE Award finalists
New energy for stop-start tech
Visteon appears ready to dip into fast-growing market for collision-avoidance technologies
Lighting flips the switch to high-tech
Valeo evolves into a tech provider
Toyota tech keeps driver in seat with hands off wheel
Prius greener, but will it be meaner?
Why is Honda so bullish about the Civic?
Illinois dealer in line to lead NADA in '17
N.A. Sept. output up 3.7%
No airs for billionaire Ferrari son
DiCaprio drives VW scandal to the big screen
Now, Busse's ready to return to Europe
A snark attack for the Lincoln MKX
Guess who made the best CEOs list?

Automotive News - October 19, 2015 - Supplement