Goodyear offers replacement tires at consumers' homes
Goodyear Tire & Rubber hopes it can sell more tires by offering consumers an easier way to buy and install them, in an effort that may challenge franchised auto dealers.
The dirt on 'clean' EVs is under the hood
Every major carmaker has plans for electric vehicles to cut greenhouse gas emissions, yet their manufacturers are, by and large, making lithium ion batteries in places with some of the most polluting grids in the world.
U.S. seeks Mexican steel export quotas, negotiator says
The United States is seeking to impose quotas on Mexican steel exports as part of a negotiation to remove metals tariffs, the chief trade negotiator of Mexico's incoming government said, adding the issue needed to be resolved within weeks.
Rand study shows it's hard to gauge self-driving car safety
The great promise of automated vehicles is that they will be safer than human-driven ones, but finding the metrics to measure this is a complicated task that has no easy benchmarks.
PACE AWARDS AT 25: Kicking it open just right
Brose's PACE Award-winning hands-free liftgate had to work properly when its sensors identified a proper kicking motion -- and ignore everything else.
The tension rises at Ford
Ford has had a tough time getting others to understand and gain confidence in the early stages of CEO Jim Hackett's companywide restructuring, and salaried workers are now wondering about their future with the company as cuts loom.
Has the conversation on sexism changed? Take our new survey
Automotive News is conducting a survey of women currently working in the auto industry to discover if the conversation on sexism in the workplace has changed in the last year.
Hyundai's Kona Electric has crossover niche to itself
Hyundai is looking to upend the notion that families with EVs need a gasoline-powered backup vehicle.
Old Dana taps the fountain of youth
Dana looks to many like an old-school maker of 20th century parts. Jim Kamsickas has a different vision.
The plan behind Mobis' fake city
South Korean supplier Hyundai Mobis, determined to catch up on self-driving technology, invested $300 million to equip its new proving grounds with multiple test tracks, including an intelligent transportation system course and what it calls the world's longest tunnel-testing area.
Interiors supplier has new ideas
Faurecia chief Patrick Koller says new automakers are open to new approaches to interiors.
Just arrived: 2019 Nissan Altima
Highs and lows on the retooled 2019 Nissan Altima.
Software giant SAP plots connected vehicle roles
A global software colossus wades deeper into the connected-car business.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
How can U.S. be a leader now?
America's days of leading the global automotive industry are long past, says one reader, and the U.S. is now hiding behind import tariffs.
Material prices hammer the industry
Automakers buy most of their steel in North America, but certain types — such as stainless and electrical steel — are imports subject to the 25 percent U.S. tariff.
35 finalists to vie for 2019 Automotive News PACE Awards
Auto-parts suppliers specializing in sensor technology, artificial intelligence and connected mobility are among the 35 finalists for the 2019 Automotive News PACE Awards, announced Friday.
Lithium market will be tight through 2025, exec says
The market for lithium will remain tight through 2025 as producers struggle to lift output fast enough to meet demand, a top industry executive says.