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Mexico, Canada reject U.S. NAFTA demands as talks wrap up

The ministers leading NAFTA negotiations wrapped up the latest round of high-level talks after Canada and Mexico rejected what they see as hardline proposals by the U.S. The three countries agreed to extend talks to retool the trade pact into early 2018.
■ Industry resigned to life without NAFTA
■ U.S. NAFTA briefing offers little reassurance to business community

Fiat Chrysler's Ram sports new face for 2019

Fiat Chrysler plans major styling changes to the Ram pickup for 2019 as evidenced by new spy photos of the truck at the company's technical center near Detroit. The redesigned Ram 1500, which carries the DT designation, is to be formally unveiled in January at the Detroit auto show.
■ Leaked 2018 Jeep Wrangler user guide gives details of off-roader's amenities
■ GALLERY: 2019 Ram 1500 spy photos

Nissan gets new U.S. sales boss; Meunier takes Infiniti role

Nissan has promoted former Saturn executive Dan Mohnke to lead sales and marketing for the brand in the United States; he succeeds Christian Meunier, who becomes a global vice president for Infiniti.

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Polestar debuts with performance coupe, subscription sales model

UPDATED: 10/17/17 8:48 am ET - adds details

Volvo and its parent, Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, are initially investing about $752 million in the stand-alone electrified vehicle brand, mostly for a China assembly plant. Only 500 Polestar 1 coupes will be produced annually and customers can preorder the vehicle starting Tuesday.

GM clutches tech units despite hype of $30 billion spinoff

GM will keep its business units working on self-driving vehicles and car-sharing despite analysts suggesting they could be spun off and valued at as much as $30 billion, according to a top executive.
■ GM to begin testing autonomous vehicles in N.Y.

UPDATED: 10/16/17 2:01 pm ET - adds GM statement
Unifor ratifies contract at GM's Equinox plant in Canada; 86% of workers approve

Union workers at a GM plant in Ingersoll, Ont., have ratified a new contract, ending a four-week strike that threatened to pinch sales of the Chevrolet Equinox. A total of 86 percent of members who cast ballots favored the four-year deal, sending employees back to work at 7 p.m. ET Monday for early startup, according to the Unifor union.
■ BLOG: How GM forced Unifor to stand down

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Infiniti has stocked up on QX50 and QX70 inventories to make it through the winter after halting production in preparation for new models to come.

New store, new attitude

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PACE Awards announces 33 finalists

Thirty-three innovations from 27 component and technology suppliers around the world have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards.

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