Musk says Facebook's Zuckerberg naive about AI
Elon Musk insulted rival billionaire Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, escalating a tech wizard war of words over whether robots will become smart enough to kill their human creators.
GM launching over-the-air updates 'before 2020,' Barra says
GM CEO Mary Barra said the company plans to launch a new electrical vehicle architecture and infotainment system capable of over-the-air updates "before 2020."
U.S. may revise 2021 fuel efficiency standards, freeze targets
The Transportation Department said it may revise auto fuel efficiency requirements starting with the 2021 model year, a year earlier than previously disclosed, and could adopt lower standards through 2025.
VW CEO raps Porsche labor boss over Audi criticism
VW Group CEO Matthias Mueller criticized Porsche's labor chief over public remarks about Audi's management in a sign of growing tensions within the automaker.
Rhetoric yields to reality ahead of NAFTA talks
The reality of NAFTA after 23 years of integration is that no single country can dictate new terms for the deal, because all have much to lose, from manufacturing in Mexico and agricultural exports in the U.S. Midwest to dairy products and lumber streaming out of Canada.
Ford transforms design leadership
Ford Motor Co. has overhauled its design team amid new CEO Jim Hackett's quest to transform the automaker into a leaner, quicker-thinking organization.
New York in '64 was no good for a car, except that Mustang
Here's a classic view of New York automobile ownership from 1964, when Ford was rolling out the first Mustang to raves.
Ready to cross over? Never say never
Sergio Marchionne's protestations aside, Ferrari may be working on a crossover.
Jaguar starts its own Easter egg hunt on E-Pace
You can tell Ian Callum's design crew at Jaguar is having fun these days by looking at the Easter eggs on its new crossover.
HALL OF FAME: Bombassei breaks through
Alberto Bombassei, the man behind those bright red and yellow Brembo brake calipers, joined three other legends into the Automotive Hall of Fame.
Who will order car subscriptions?
Vehicle subscription services are emerging as a new slice of the car-sharing market, and industry leaders are still trying to figure out which model will work best.
Autos loom large in U.S.-Korea trade talks
The Trump administration is attempting to rewrite the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, much as it is doing through other means with NAFTA.
Uber's next CEO: Mobility Report's picks for the top spot
Never one to turn down a challenge, we polled our staffers for nominations for new Uber CEO. (Hint: They include a former presidential candidate, an over-the-top college football coach and an often-overlooked auto executive.)
Ford overhauls design with 2 key teams
Ford is shaking up its design staff to shorten product development cycles and better define the group's overarching strategy with the formation of two key staffs: one covering cars and crossovers, and another handling trucks, SUVs and commercial vehicles.
Lynk & CO's quest to build a brand from scratch
Former GM and Toyota executive Alain Visser has been tasked with building Lynk & CO from scratch. The new brand intends to focus on connectivity and sharing as core features, Visser told Automotive News Europe.
Volvo to take stake in Lynk & CO
Volvo will take a stake in sibling brand Lynk & CO, which will rely heavily on Volvo as it prepares to start European and U.S. sales. Volvo also will set up a joint venture with its Chinese parent, Zhejiang Geely Holding, to help speed up the development of new electrified vehicles.
Volvo posts best first-half profit in 6 years on new models
Volvo reported its biggest operating profit and best operating margin for a first half since 2011. Profit increased 21 percent to $820 million while its margin improved to 6.8 percent.