Ford to repair U.S. police vehicles after carbon monoxide concerns
Ford said it will pay to repair police versions of its Ford Explorer SUVs to correct possible carbon monoxide leaks that may be linked to crashes and injuries.
Tesla turns over the keys for first 30 Model 3s
Tesla handed over the first 30 Model 3 sedans to employees, but the $35,000 mainstream model the automaker has been promising won't be available until later this year.
Mighty Aisin tackles lowly parking lot
Rather than leaping into the high-level fight for highway autonomous driving technology, Japan's Aisin Seiki Co.
Crosstrek redesigned to take on newcomers
When the Subaru Crosstrek debuted in 2012, the subcompact crossover segment was a fledgling one. Five years later, both the model and segment have changed.
Hyundai sees salvation in '18 Sonata
New sheet metal, a revised trim and pricing strategy and a focus on refinement round out the Hyundai Sonata's notable upgrades.
July U.S. sales expected to fall for 7th straight month
U.S. auto sales are forecast to fall for a seventh straight month in July from 2016's record pace despite continued high incentives from manufacturers.
Battery-powered Bollinger B1 SUV has long to-do list
Bollinger Motors unveiled what it described as a "working prototype" of the Bollinger B1, a boxy, battery-powered SUV aimed at on- and off-road use.
Tenneco sets up $132 million legal fund amid antitrust scuffles, posts $2 million net loss
Tenneco has established a $132 million fund to clean up antitrust lawsuits in the backwash of government investigations in Europe and the U.S., which are now concluding.
2017 Fiat Chrysler diesel vehicles approved for sale by regulators
The EPA and California Air Resources Board said they approved FCA's request to sell 2017 diesel vehicles with updated emissions software after months of testing.
Wells Fargo charged car loan customers for unwanted insurance, will refund $80 million
Wells Fargo disclosed that it may have pushed thousands of car buyers into loan defaults by charging them for unwanted insurance.
Audi faces major reshuffle of management board
A major board reshuffle at Audi looks increasingly likely after two more media outlets said that four top executives at the automaker face dismissal amid the company's diesel...
Aisin Seiki says quarterly net profit fell 25%
Aisin Seiki's net fell in the quarter ended June 30, compared with the year-earlier period when the supplier's earnings were inflated by a special item.
Denso's net surges on higher vehicle output; outlook raised for the year
Denso said its net income surged 66 percent in its fiscal first quarter as the supplier's revenue rose 6.6 percent on higher vehicle output in its major markets.
Thinner new-car margins drag down Sonic Q2 earnings
Sonic's second-quarter net tumbled 47 percent on a 1 percent rise in revenue. The company blamed weak new-vehicle sales and thinning margins.
Adient quarterly profits rebound as restructuring costs fall
Seating supplier Adient said it posted $204 million in net income during the recent quarter, compared with a $14 million loss last year dragged down by one-time restructuring...
GM to expand OnStar with help from Verizon, Globetouch
GM plans to expand its OnStar services for connected cars, pairing with Verizon Telematics and connectivity company Globetouch.
Lithia's Q2 net rises 3.4% on 16% revenue gain
Lithia Motors said net income rose 3.4 percent in the second quarter on robust service and parts, F&I and acquisition activity. Revenue rose 16 percent.
Unions urge slowdown as self-driving car bills pick up speed
Labor unions are urging a slowdown as lawmakers fast track legislation to allow self-driving vehicles on the road, a potential boon to some union jobs and an existential...
Visteon offsets U.S. slowdown with Q2 gains in China
Visteon said net income ramped up during the second quarter as the supplier offset a slowdown in the US with strong sales in China and product innovations.
Musk risks missing the mainstream if Model 3 strays from $35,000
Tesla's Model 3 handover party is Friday, but the $35,000 price tag is just a starting point. Many mainstream buyers will still find the electric sedan out of reach.
U.S. upgrades probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorers over exhaust odors
NHTSA is upgrading a probe into 1.33 million Ford Explorer SUVs over reports of exhaust odors in vehicle compartments and exposure to carbon monoxide.
Ally Financial chased margin, not volume, in Q2
Ally Financial's results took a hit in the second quarter from several factors, starting with lower originations, as the lender continued its strategy to pass up volume in...
Honda says Florida crash death could be linked to Takata inflator
Honda said a Takata airbag inflator ruptured in car crash last week in Florida, in what could be the 19th death worldwide linked to the supplier's faulty airbags.
BorgWarner Q2 net income up 29 percent
BorgWarner reported a 29 percent jump in net income for the second quarter, to $212 million, thanks in part to growth in its sales of drivetrains in China.
2018 Chevrolet Traverse will start at $30,875
The 2018 Chevrolet Traverse will start at $30,875 including shipping, Chevy said Thursday, $1,280 more than the 2017 model.
Feds seize $125,000 worth of pot in rail cars carrying imported Fords
For the second time this month, Ford vehicles imported to the U.S. from Mexico were found being shipped with marijuana.
Marchionne expresses 'disgust' over FCA-UAW executive conspiracy
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne expressed "disgust" over an alleged multimillion-dollar conspiracy involving the company's former labor-relations chief, Alphons Iacobelli.
Rolls-Royce taps art world to raise custom game with new Phantom
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is ramping up the personalization options on the redesigned and re-engineered Phantom flagship limousine to allow owners to embed bespoke artwork...
Ford's ride-share unit Chariot expands to New York
Ford said that Chariot, the San Francisco-based shuttle service it acquired last year, will soon expand to New York.
Group 1 Q2 net falls 16% on energy markets
Group 1 said its second-quarter net income fell 16 percent on weakness in US markets impacted by low energy prices, particularly in Houston.