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Deep subprime becomes norm in car loan market, analysts say

About a third of the risky car loans that are bundled into bonds are considered “deep subprime,” a level that has surged since 2010 and is translating to higher delinquencies, Morgan Stanley says.

VW supervisory board backs Stadler, top managers

VW Group's supervisory board gave its support to Audi CEO Rupert Stadler and other senior managers after raids by German prosecutors related to the automaker's emissions-cheating scandal.

| UPDATED: 3/29/17 7:03 am ET -- adds details
Daimler accelerates electric-car goal

Daimler says it expects to bring more than 10 new electric cars to the market by 2022, bringing forward a goal it had previously set at 2025.

| UPDATED: 3/28/17 4:22 pm ET - adds closing stock price
GM urged by investor to create 2 share classes

A Wall Street hedge fund proposed a plan that would split GM's common stock into two classes to help the automaker improve financial flexibility and boost the stock's value. GM rejected the idea.

The cheap Chinese cars aren't coming

For years, American consumers have been wondering just when they would witness the arrival of ultra-low-priced Chinese cars. Turns out, maybe never.

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Nissan's next-gen Leaf on deck

The next-generation Nissan Leaf has been spotted testing, and spy photos indicate that the electric vehicle's styling will line up with the rest of the brand.

Volvo sticks with Uber partnership

Volvo is standing by its partnership with Uber, despite the ride-hailing company's string of public relations disasters, including a high-profile accident this weekend that...

After 41 years, Honda's Mendel drives off

Forty-one years can teach you a lot about the auto industry -- including when it's the right time to go out on top. On April 1, American Honda's John Mendel will do just that.