Key Democrat demands changes to new North America trade deal
President Donald Trump's new trade deal with Canada and Mexico needs changes to win support from Democrats, according to a senior House Democrat in line to influence trade policy in the new Congress.
Mulally: Ford 'will figure it out'
Despite the headwinds it faces today, including new mobility services that are disrupting the status quo in the auto industry, Ford Motor Co.
No more Explorers in Egypt: Ford drops crossover from low-volume markets
The automaker is adjusting where it sells certain models and is reducing the number of available parts on a number of vehicles as it looks to maximize profits amid a global restructuring.
E.U. would strike back at U.S. car tariffs, trade chief warns
The European Union would retaliate against any U.S. decision to impose tariffs on car imports, though the bloc hopes it can avoid such a confrontation, European Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom said.
Porsche, Mini top luxury and mass-market segments in sales satisfaction study
Porsche tops the luxury segment, while the Mini brand ranked highest in the mass-market segment in J.D. Power's latest sales satisfaction study.
Ford dealership in S. Calif. faces backlash over 'smoking hot' sales promotion
A Southern California Ford dealership is facing heavy criticism for "smoking hot" promotions on new vehicles launched during what have become the
Uber revenue slows as quarterly loss surges to $1.1 billion
Uber's sales are dramatically slowing even as the ride-hailing company is spending more to fuel global growth, particularly in its food delivery business.
Data shows grim picture of driving behavior near schools
A leading traffic analytics company has compiled a detailed portrait of driver behavior on roads surrounding more than 125,000 schools across the country.
Karma partners with online car-shopping platform
Karma Automotive, formerly Fisker Automotive, has partnered with Drive Motors, an online car-shopping and financing platform, in an effort to expand its scope despite its small dealership count.
Dealerships, recyclers will get EPA waivers for airbag disposal
The EPA will waive some hazardous waste regulations for auto dealerships and other businesses disposing of airbags in hopes of ensuring proper disposal of potentially deadly Takata airbag inflators.
Scooter startup Lime launches car-sharing service in Seattle
Lime, the scooter startup company that has spread bikes and scooters around the country over the last year, will start spreading around Lime-branded cars, too.
Musk's 'Teslaquila' prompts sobering opposition from the tequila industry
Elon Musk and Mexico's tequila producers could be headed for a collision after the drink's industry group opposed the Tesla CEO's efforts to trademark an alcoholic drink dubbed "Teslaquila."
Kia to keep it funky with redesigned Soul at L.A. show
Kia keeps its boxy Soul urban runabout true to its funky inner spirit with the unveiling of the third generation at this month's Los Angeles Auto Show.
Ford and Walmart start autonomous-vehicle partnership
Ford and Walmart have started a joint pilot to explore how the companies can use self-driving vehicles to deliver groceries and other consumer goods.
Aston Martin DBX crossover is 'thing of beauty,' CEO Palmer says
Aston Martin could create "beautiful dimensions" for the DBX crossover because designers were not limited by using a shared platform when building the car, CEO Andy Palmer said.
Daimler will open second r&d center in China to accelerate localization
Daimler plans to invest 1.1 billion yuan ($158.23 million) in a second r&d center in Beijing to help accelerate localization of Mercedes vehicles in China.
U.S. holds off on car tariffs after trade meeting, report says
The Trump administration will hold off for now on imposing new tariffs on automobile imports as top officials weigh revisions to a report on the national security implications, Bloomberg reported.
California counters Trump's car emissions rollback with new plan
California has countered President Donald Trump's proposed rollback of fuel economy and greenhouse gas requirements for cars and trucks, the acting head of the EPA said.
Tesla joins with GM, Nissan to press for extended electric car credit
The EV Drive Coalition, which counts Tesla, General Motors and Nissan among its members, formally launched with the goal of getting Congress to extend the $7,500 per-vehicle consumer tax credit.
Ford's 2020 baby Bronco off-roader emerges in photos from dealer meeting
Photos leaked from Ford's annual dealer meeting last month in Las Vegas provide the first public look at the so-called baby Bronco, an upcoming off-road compact crossover.
Toyota touts new ethanol hybrid technology, laments Brazil woes
Toyota's new ethanol hybrid vehicle being developed in Brazil is exceeding all the manufacturer's expectations, a top executive said.
Chinese automaker Zotye begins recruiting U.S. dealers, plans to sell budget crossover
China's Zotye Automobile International has begun recruiting U.S. dealers and has charged two import-industry veterans with the task of bringing a budget crossover to America in 2020.
BMW rounds out redesigned 3 series lineup with M340i, M340i xDrive
The 2020 BMW M340i and M340i xDrive sedans offer an array of sensors and technologies to lighten the load of driving, including a semi-automated driving system that allows for hands-free and pedal-free driving.
Tesla loses a high-ranking lawyer just as SEC tightens grip
An experienced securities lawyer has left Tesla just as the company needs one under its fraud settlement with U.S. regulators.
Ford pushing 150 aftermarket add-ons for revived Ranger
Ford is partnering with Yakima and working through its dealers to offer 150 parts and accessories for its new midsize pickup, including bed racks, tow hooks and paddleboard carriers. All parts come with a 3-year/36,000-mile Ford warranty.
Johnson Controls to sell auto battery unit in $13.2 billion deal
Johnson Controls said it would sell its power solutions business, which makes car batteries, to a Canadian investment firm in a cash deal valued at $13.2 billion.
Waymo will launch first commercial robotaxi service in U.S. next month, report says
Waymo is planning to launch the world's first commercial robotaxi service in early December in Phoenix., Bloomberg reported.
BMW may sell U.S. credit-card business, report says
BMW is one of the last major consumer companies to still own and manage its card portfolio. The automaker has held talks with banks about selling its credit-card portfolio, sources told Bloomberg.
FCA picks Gardner to lead Maserati in North America
Al Gardner, the head of FCA's dealer network in North America, will steer Maserati in the region. Gardner, 54, will report to Jean-Philippe Leloup, who joins Maserati from Ferrari.
Jeep pickup to be called Gladiator, enthusiast website says
We know Jeep is building a Wrangler-inspired pickup -- it's just a matter of what it'll be named, what it will look like and when it will show up. Well, the folks at JeepScrambler Forum answered some of those questions.