Continental-Nexteer JV targets self-driving cars
Now that automakers are preparing to roll out driverless cars in the next three to five years, suppliers are forming alliances to offer a complete product portfolio.
A decade of deception
Key events in the ongoing Volkswagen diesel emissions scandal, taken from law enforcement documents
Subaru 'not done yet' with sales surge
Subaru is targeting a 9 percent sales surge in 2017 for a ninth straight year of record U.S. results, despite a plateauing overall market.
A lighter Traverse with high-end trim levels
After a first generation that has been forced to last nine years, the 2018 Chevrolet Traverse has a more trucklike appearance.
Creativity shines in golden age of light fixture technology
The increasing use of flexible LED applications in auto headlights and accent lights has resulted in a golden age of light design across the industry.
Brands push boundaries at the Detroit auto show
Detroit's auto show traditionally sounds the opening bell for the new year. This year, it showed brands stretching into new segments and testing new design cues.
As Pacifica ramps up, Grand Caravan lives on
Fiat Chrysler will keep the Dodge Grand Caravan around a little longer than planned as it continues to ramp up sales of the old minivan's more expensive new line mate, the Chrysler Pacifica.
BMW to push on with Mexico plant despite Trump tariff threat
BMW plans to finish construction of a $1 billion plant in Mexico undeterred by threats from President-elect Donald Trump that he will impose a 35 percent tariff on cars imported into the U.S. from its southern neighbor.
Cruze diesel might get 50 mpg on highway
The upcoming diesel version of the Chevrolet Cruze might be General Motors' first non-hybrid vehicle since the 1990s to get an EPA-certified fuel economy rating of at least 50 mpg (4.7 l/100 km) on the highway.
Uber tech effort aims to ease 'surge pricing'
Uber drivers needn't worry about the company's heavy push into self-driving vehicles, a top executive says.
Linamar CEO urges unity against tariffs
Suppliers from Canada, Mexico and the U.S. need to come together and make a case against import tariffs to the incoming Trump administration sooner rather than later, Linamar Corp. CEO Linda Hasenfratz said.
VW's plot to fool the feds: How high up did it go?
Even as VW pleaded guilty to felony charges and agreed to a record settlement of its emissions scandal, the noose of law enforcement has tightened around the automaker's highest executives.
Cars matter after all
Their volumes may be declining, but sedans -- along with their coupe and hatchback cousins -- still sell by the millions each year and will continue to do so for years.
EPA move could set up new fight over CO2
The auto industry's relationship with the Obama administration is ending just as awkwardly as it began.
Sonic, Beepi leaders will share sales insights
Scott Smith and Owen Savir will share their retailing insights at the Automotive News Retail Forum on Jan. 26 in New Orleans.
Forecasts call for mostly sunny '17
The boom times will continue. Most forecasters see another 17 million-plus new-vehicle U.S. sales year. But there are wild cards.
FCA at odds with EPA on emissions
The 3.0-liter EcoDiesel engine available in the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Ram 1500 has been operating under a dark cloud since at least last fall.
Cruze diesel may get 50 on highway
The upcoming diesel version of the Chevrolet Cruze may be General Motors' first non-hybrid vehicle since the 1990s to get an EPA-certified fuel economy rating of at least 50 mpg on the highway.
2018 Camry: The more things change …
The new Camry is about as daring as is prudent for the loyalists who buy several hundred thousand of these cars a year - even in a bad year for cars.
Lexus execs see holes in the lineup
Lexus sees possibilities for expanding its lineup. Among them, a subcompact crossover, a three-row crossover, a broader range of F-badged performance cars and even possibly a Tesla-fighting all-electric entry.