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Lamborghini will zoom in on its supercars

Much of the brand's immediate future will focus on supercars at both ends of its exotic lineup.

Prime Automotive Group sells 10 stores, settles disputes

The nation's 11th-largest new-vehicle retailer has sold some of its dealerships outside of New England and has entered into settlement agreements with Toyota and a Subaru distributor involving another eight dealerships in the Northeast.

Ford does about-face with Sasquatch stick shift

The SUV can now be configured with both a seven-speed manual gearbox and the off-road Sasquatch package that includes 35-inch tires and a high-clearance suspension.

Dealer anniversaries

50 with BMW

Joe Buzzetta, fourth from left, dealer principal of Competition BMW of Smithtown in Saint James, N.Y., receives a 50-year award from Tom Shanley, third from left, BMW of North America regional vice president. Also pictured are, from left, Michael Macchio, Competition BMW general manager; Jeff Rubin, Competition BMW director of operations; Tadhg O’Connor, BMW of North America area manager; and James Buzzetta Jr., Competition Automotive Group service adviser.

Unifor seeks new models for Windsor FCA minivan plant

Unifor wants as many as two new models to be built alongside the minivans at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Windsor, Ontario, assembly plant, where one of three shifts was recently cut amid shrinking sales in the segment.