GM replaces Cadillac chief de Nysschen
GM, seeking an accelerated turnaround at its flagship luxury brand, appointed Steve Carlisle president of Cadillac, replacing Johan de Nysschen, who is leaving the automaker immediately.
VW's Electrify America to install EV chargers at Walmart stores in 34 states
Volkswagen unit Electrify America will install electric vehicle charging stations at more than 100 Walmart store locations in 34 states by mid-2019 as part of Electrify's plans to bolster charging infrastructure across the country.
Ghosn confirms review of Renault-Nissan capital structure
Carlos Ghosn said he is open to all options as Renault and Nissan explore deeper ties. The two automakers are in talks to merge, according to reports.
Tesla temporarily halts Model 3 output, again
Tesla is temporarily stopping production of the Model 3 sedan for the second time this year -- this time to "improve automation," the company said.
Washington state tax incentive for EVs to expire
Washington's electric vehicle sales tax exemption will expire at the end of May, earlier than expected, adding to headwinds faced by automakers.
Gary Casteel, the UAW's No 2 leader, to retire
UAW Secretary-Treasurer Gary Casteel, 60, will not seek re-election and plans to retire when his current term ends in June.
Trump push for quick NAFTA deal slowed by division on top issues
President Donald Trump's push for a quick resolution to NAFTA talks is being stymied by persistent differences over a handful of the make-or-break issues.
VW CEO's sights set squarely on U.S.
Elevated to the top job at Volkswagen Group last week, Herbert Diess has a reputation for delivering on his restructuring targets — and high on his to-do list is ending the string of losses in the United States.
A battle that goes beyond tariffs and trade policy
For all the hubbub about tariffs and trade wars, it's Washington's increasingly aggressive investment policy toward China that could pose the biggest challenge to the auto sector in both countries.
A week of sparring for Musk and Tesla
After the carmaker waged a public war of words with federal safety regulators, CEO Elon Musk picked a Twitter fight with a newspaper and may have improperly revealed financial information
Peugeot to speak at Europe congress
Xavier Peugeot, director of product planning at Citroen, will be among the speakers June 6 at the Automotive News Europe Congress in Turin.
Porsche plans network of 500 fast chargers for U.S.
With multiple electric vehicles coming, buyers need a strong charging network to alleviate range anxiety, the brand's U.S. boss says.
Developing Jaguar's I-Pace required tough choices
Wolfgang Ziebart has a pretty good idea of what a Jaguar needs to be.
Mitsu COO sees alliance enabling big strides
Trevor Mann foresees the automaker flirting with the 300,000 mark as it introduces new products such as the Eclipse Cross and begins to roll out vehicles on platforms shared with Renault-Nissan around 2021.
Nexteer maps large-scale shift to steer-by-wire
Nexteer Automotive's new suite of autonomous-driving technologies promotes steer-by-wire in various applications. Jeff Zuraski, executive director for Nexteer, spoke with News Editor Lindsay Chappell about the outlook.
Daimler investor Li Shufu says automakers must talk or face oblivion
Geely owner Li Shufu, who in February became Daimler's biggest shareholder, said traditional automakers need a business model based more on sharing technology to generate acceptable returns in future.
Icahn's payoff could get even bigger
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn takes Federal-Mogul to Tenneco, giving him a rich new role at Tenneco in the process.