Ford makes coming back to work easier
Ford last fall launched the Career Re-Entry Program, which offers six-month assignments in product development, information technology and manufacturing jobs.
An electric NASCAR? Why not?
NASCAR, a powerful marketing platform, could help automakers sell mainstream America on the electric vehicle.
Crosstrek becomes new workhorse for Subaru
The Crosstrek, which began life as a lifted Impreza hatchback in 2012, has turned into a sales workhorse for Subaru of America.
Fisker's comeback powered by new battery
Automotive design maven Henrik Fisker's new venture might be less about the automobile than the technology that will power it.
Supplier's quest for a better lug nut
Fastener and metal component supplier MacLean-Fogg overhauled its entire concept of invention, implementing new design-thinking processes to spur everyday innovation.
GM will equip big '19 pickups with I-4 turbo in mpg battle vs. Ford, Ram
GM is doubling the number of engines available on the retooled 2019 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra, including a new four-cylinder turbocharged engine that can run on two...
NADA Academy launches work-friendly training program for high-potential employees
The National Automobile Dealers Association is offering a new NADA Academy training program for up-and-coming dealership employees.
Nissan's 54-year old CFO retires
Joe Peter, who spent most of his career at General Motors, has retired as CFO of Nissan.
Musk's boardroom buddy raises investor hackles at Tesla
He's appeared at a Tesla product unveiling and a SpaceX launch while his boardroom chairs have sat empty.
Adient's future headquarters in Detroit damaged in fire
About 50 firefighters responded to a fire early Friday morning at the Marquette Building in downtown Detroit, which is undergoing a $50 million renovation to become the new...
Ex-Ford exec Nair named president of Canadian racing firm
Raj Nair, ousted in February by Ford for unspecified "inappropriate behavior," has been hired by Multimatic, which builds the GT supercar Ford developed under his leadership.
FCA emails suggest alleged diesel emissions violations surfaced in 2010
Suppliers to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles discussed alleged illegal use of software to pass emissions tests in 2010, according to emails disclosed in federal court in San...
Trump officials set to meet California air regulators next week
The leader of California's air-quality regulator plans to meet with senior Trump administration officials to discuss automobile emissions standards that federal regulators...
Nissan seeking better terms in Renault merger talks, report says
As Nissan and Renault discuss ways -- including a possible merger -- to strengthen their ties, Nissan is resisting a combination unless the company gains more clout in key...
Mercedes to make compact EV in France
Daimler plans to invest $589 million into its plant in Hambach, France, to start producing a compact electric car for Mercedes.
Why Volvo CEO says now is the time for the brand 'to perform and grow'
Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson expects the Swedish brand to capitalize on what he calls the strongest product lineup in the company's history.
Engine guru Coventry promoted to managing partner at Motormindz
Engine guru Bruce Coventry has been elevated to the role of managing partner at Motormindz to lead its automotive manufacturing and technology practice.
Magna, Renesas team to make 3D cameras for entry-level vehicles
Canadian global supplier Magna is partnering with Japan's Renesas to develop a more cost-efficient 3D surround-view system designed for entry- and mid-range vehicles.
BMW bets on iNext in sales race with Mercedes
BMW offered a glimpse of its futuristic self-driving iNext car as the automaker seeks to gain momentum in the race to overtake rival Mercedes in luxury car sales.
VW brand to skip 2018 Paris auto show
A spokesman for VW's French operations said that other Volkswagen Group brands -- Audi, Porsche, Skoda and Seat -- are still scheduled to attend the October show.
Mobileye gets self-driving tech deal for 8 million cars
Mobileye has signed a contract to supply self-driving technologies to 8 million cars at a European automaker starting in 2021, a company official told Reuters.
Tesla crash gets U.S. scrutiny as police confirm Autopilot use
Tesla confirmed to police that another of its vehicles crashed with a driver using Autopilot, and the incident triggered more scrutiny by federal regulators.
Ford to restart F-150 output Friday following supplier fire
Ford will restart production of the F-150 at a Dearborn, Mich.
U.S. pushing for NAFTA deal as Thursday deadline approaches
The United States is pushing for a deal in negotiations on a revised NAFTA, the White House said.
King's nomination hearing for NHTSA chief hits on lethal airbags
Takata airbags and autonomous vehicles were the focus of a Senate committee's examination of Heidi King, President Donald Trump's nominee to be NHTSA's next administrator.
Judge rules dealership can pursue claims against former finance manager
A Florida dealership can pursue claims that a former finance manager misappropriated trade secrets, misrepresented his background and violated confidentiality agreements and...
Connecticut finance manager charged with larceny
Connecticut dealership Lee Partyka Chevrolet is entangled in a legal case for the second time in two months after its finance manager was charged with embezzling $80,000 from...
East Coast states to coordinate deployment of EV charging hubs
A dozen states on the Eastern Seaboard have signed on to a strategy for building out electric vehicle charging infrastructure to make fuel access easier and encourage people...
Volvo to dump diesel from next S60 sedan
Volvo will not offer a diesel in its new S60 sedan, which will debut this spring and will be built at the automaker's new U.S. plant.
Lucerne International founder Gary Perina dies at 73
Gary Perina, founder of longtime Michigan automotive parts supplier Lucerne International, died Tuesday. He was 73.