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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Automotive News - June 20, 2016 - Supplement

Long wait puts VW in a hole
How GM contained quake's ripple effect
Mulally’s fast track to fame
Pickups with a French accent
Small-car prices sink at resale
Dissecting dealers' attitudes
Across the border, a safety chasm
Supplier M&A is glowing hot again
BMW's Mexico plant will have wide range
No takers for Ford's lease sharing plan
Dealer lobby to scrutinize Cadillac plan
Extra-tall Mercedes G-Wagen to arrive in U.S. next year
Range Rover Sport Coupe in the works?
Mopar offers limited-edition version of Ram Rebel for '16
Jeep's small models to soldier on
Red tape snags Mercedes E-Class
Is Dodge taking Journey to Italy?
Toyota: New Prius plug-in ready for prime time
Change comes before build-to-order
Dealers discourage build-to-order sales
Regulations have saved a lot of American lives
Get ready: Change is coming
Dealers vulnerable to hackers, survey warns
GM making 'leaps and bounds' in supplier ties
Japan's NSK sets sights on Detroit 3
JCI: Future of battery market isn't EVs
Bosch still finds N. America fertile
A dealer's journey from survivor to successor
Dealer anniversaries
Dealer poised to ride Kia's rise
Message to Trump: Check your numbers
Digital world requires collaboration
Toyota's new spirit of cooperation
CEO: 'A Smart always has to be a unique concept'
Toyota pitches hybrids in diesel country
How JLR got back on track in China
Nissan develops e-bio fuel cells for 2020
Tesla, Nordstrom team up for gallery in L.A. mall
BMW exec: Car hacking is a familiar threat
How we keep score
More and more, CEO pay is linked to stock
Nader honored by the industry he challenged
Roy Lunn turns to the next 'people's car'
Difference makers of a higher order
Bertha Benz's Hall of Fame ride
Dealer puts heart into sales promotion
Mercedes plans multiple electrified vehicles for U.S.
Doing business amid the dust
How the Grand Cherokee became a Jeep
Nissan scores reflect concerns for franchise value
Scores surge at Volvo
Mueller's plan for a leaner and humbler VW
Ford small-car strategy in Europe overhauled
Picking up some stamps
Seems like some VW managers are looking to escape
Fords at home
Alfa finally free to make the sports sedan it wants to
Time for Chinese regulators to punish the copycats

Automotive News - June 20, 2016 - Supplement