Ford demonstrates self-driving Fusion at Mcity
Ford aims to have Level 4 autonomous cars ready for commercial use by 2021.
Record two million auto sales in 2017 now predicted by Scotiabank
Canadian auto sales will top two million units in 2017 and set a new record, according to Scotiabank's latest Global Auto Report.
Interpol seeks 5 ex-VW managers over emissions fraud, report says
The U.S. has issued international arrest warrants for five former VW managers accused of wrongdoing in connection with the carmaker's diesel emissions-cheating scandal, a German newspaper reported.
We got some insight into the interaction between a driver and Tesla's Autopilot system this week when the National Transportation Safety Board released its factual findings from a fatal crash in Florida in May 2016.
Front-end supplier HBPO adding two plants in Mexico
HBPO, which makes front-end modular systems, is expanding its North American presence by adding two new plants in Mexico.
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FCA tries to dodge Demon responsibility
It seems I have some company when it comes to concern over how the general public will use/misuse the 840-hp Dodge Demon when it arrives later this year.
Tesla exploring China car plant with Shanghai government
Tesla said it is exploring the possibility of establishing a Chinese manufacturing plant with the Shanghai municipal government.
U.S. Trade Representative Lighthizer 'troubled' by Ford's China move
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said he was concerned about Ford's announcement that it will move some production of its Focus small car to China and import the vehicles to the U.S.
Accuride agrees to acquire German wheel supplier
Automotive wheel and related parts supplier Accuride agreed to acquire German competitor Mefro Wheels in its second acquisition this quarter.
FCA backs new public education campaign on auto recalls
The National Safety Council launched Check To Protect, a national campaign to encourage drivers to check for recalls on their vehicles. The program is backed by Fiat Chrysler under a settlement with NHTSA.
Vehicle, auto parts sales combine to fall 1% in April, StatsCan says
Retail sales of vehicles and auto parts combined to fall one per cent in April, despite the fact total Canadian retail sales rose more than expected during the month, Statistics Canada said Thursday.
Dodge Grand Caravan output idled to meet U.S. airbag safety rule
Dodge Grand Caravan output will continue this fall -- but not for U.S. customers, according to a union official at the Canada plant where Fiat Chrysler builds the minivan, as the company races to meet a new airbag safety rule.
Provincial subsidies for EVs inefficient and costly, report says
A new report says the Ontario EV subsidy is costing as much as $523 per eliminated tonne of emissions and Quebec's $288 a tonne, compared with the federal carbon price plan, which will hit $50 a tonne by 2022.
Ex-Uber CEO Kalanick knew of engineer's Google info, Waymo says
A court filing says Uber's ousted CEO learned in early 2016 that the engineer who oversaw the company's driverless car project possessed discs from Google.
Renault-Nissan plans driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services
Renault-Nissan plans to launch driverless ride-hailing and ride-sharing services as the alliance looks beyond making and selling cars.
Dodge Grand Caravan output to U.S. idled to meet new airbag safety rule
Dodge Grand Caravan output will continue this fall -- but not for United States customers, according to a union official at the Canada plant where Fiat Chrysler builds the minivan, as the company races to meet a new airbag safety rule.
Lamborghini boss uses F1 experience to push brand further
Lamborghini CEO Stefano Domenicali is trying to instill a sense of urgency in the supercar maker.
BMW exec says brands need to take more risks
Automakers must be prepared to take more risks to reach digital natives and not shy away from edgy subject matter, BMW marketing executive Hildegard Wortmann said.
Ford sees LCVs as key to European profit despite Brexit headwinds
A strong sales performance in light commercial vehicles will help Ford be profitable in Europe this year, the automaker's regional boss said.
First Shift: Takata bankruptcy days away, report says
Takata bankruptcy days away, report says; No hurry on NAFTA talks; EU fines lighting suppliers; Relief for truck-strapped Mercedes dealers; Musk, Barra make Top 100 CEOs list.