Toyota's Texas Headquarters Begins to Rise

According to Automotive News, Toyota's Plano plot is beginning to look like a world-class corporate campus as it emerges from the dusty construction site just north of Dallas in anticipation of a migration of employees from the old headquarters in Southern California and from offices in Kentucky and New York.

These Are the Cars Thieves Love to Steal

Business Insider reports that automotive security firm LoJack released its latest annual Vehicle Theft Recovery Report this month. The report found the Honda Civic to be America's most stolen car in 2015 — followed by the Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry.

How Dealers Are Handling Avalanche of Recalls & Stop-Sales

Even before the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration expanded the Takata airbag inflator recall earlier this month, several of the large publicly traded dealer groups were encountering the rippling impact, reports Auto Remarketing.

First 2017 Acura NSX Supercar Comes Off Line in Ohio

Workers cheered as the first 2017 Acura NSX — a highly anticipated supercar that is expected to boost sales of Honda's premium brand — came off the assembly line at a plant at its Marysville, Ohio plant on Tuesday. According to The Detroit Free Press, the event comes more than four years after Honda began preparing to build the car in Ohio and, Honda executives say, represents the pinnacle of Honda's manufacturing expertise and a new emphasis on performance and design for the Acura brand.

Make America Trade Again

No matter how much some US presidential candidates may deride free trade, it remains the backbone of the American economy, writes Anders Fogh Rasmussen—who is the former Prime Minister of Denmark and Secretary General of Nato—at Project Syndicate.