Top Automotive Industry News for Week of November 18 - November 24, 2019

Here is the most important news associated with the automotive industry identified by the AEA for the week of November 17, 2019 - November 24, 2019.

We hope it helps you stay up to speed on the key developments in our industry:

-AEA Industry Partner News-

AEA Member, Cliff Banks, adds new EVP, Dean Evans, to Autovate conference speaker lineup 12/2/19-12/3/19 @ the Kimpton Van Zandt in Austin, Texas

-Automotive Manufacturing News-

California to stop buying GM, Toyota and Fiat Chrysler vehicles over emissions fight (Reuters)

Can GM win its racketeering case accusing Fiat Chrysler of conspiracy, bribery? (USA Today)

Cybertruck’s Design Won’t be Only Issue for Tesla; GM E-Truck Coming Out at Same Time (The Detroit Bureau)

Elon Musk: About 150,000 orders thus far for Tesla Cybertruck (Reuters)

Every Electric Pickup Truck Currently on the Horizon (Car and Driver)

GM files racketeering suit against Fiat Chrysler, accuses Sergio Marchionne of corruption (USA Today)

Here’s how the Ford Mustang Mach-E earned the iconic pony badge, after the company scrapped years of work on other designs (CNBC)

Most polarizing vehicles of the century: Tesla Cybertruck just joined the list (USA Today)

Peugeot still aims to sign merger deal with Fiat this year: source (Reuters)

Tesla falls more than 6% after Cybertruck flub—Cramer and other pros talk prospects (CNBC)

Toyota Riding Wave of New Product Launches (The Detroit Bureau)

UAW President Gary Jones resigns amid federal corruption allegations (USA Today)

VW and Chinese partners announce $4.4 billion spending plan for 2020 (CNBC)

-Automotive Evolution News-

1000 Future Residents of Arizona Neighborhood Can't Drive Their Cars Home (Car and Driver)

Self-driving trucks likely to hit the roads before passenger cars (CNBC)

-Automotive Retail News-

Carvana marches toward becoming ‘largest, most profitable’ retailer (Auto Remarketing)

CDK Adds ShipYourCarNow to Facilitate Home Deliveries (Auto Dealer Today)

Dealer groups overcome storms; show strong earnings (Auto Remarketing)

Kelley Blue Book announced the best 2020 cars to purchase in its annual awards — here's the full list (Business Insider)

Lack of Confidence Continues to Weigh on Car Shoppers (PR Newswire)

-Automotive Wholesale News-

Honda, Land Rover Win Overall Brand Honors in 20th Annual ALG Residual Value Awards That Recognize Vehicles That Best Hold Their Value (Yahoo)

Lane watch: Typical late-fall scenes return (Auto Remarketing)

Wholesale Trucks See Third Week of Steep Declines (Vehicle Remarketing)

-Automotive Ownership News-

The 10 Most Stolen Cars and Trucks (Car and Driver)

-General Business & Executive News-

2019 L.A. Auto Show Mega Photo Gallery (autoblog)

Auto Industry Heads Into a Wild Future: Theme of the Week (Bloomberg)

FBI says hackers are targeting US auto industry (CNN)

The 2019 Power List - and the Person of the Year Is... (MotorTrend)

Uber’s ex-CEO Travis Kalanick has sold more than $1 billion in stock since lockup expired (CNBC)

-AEA Reminder-

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