Center for Auto Safety names Ditlow's successor
The Center for Auto Safety has appointed an official with a track record in federal government consumer protection agencies as its new executive director, the advocacy group said Tuesday
Canada lays out its NAFTA priorities
Canada's negotiating objectives for NAFTA include reducing red tape associated with border transport, harmonizing regulations and guaranteeing labor rights and environmental protection.
Ferrari leaves FCA in dust
In market cap competition, Ferrari begins to pull away from FCA.
Camaro is better — just not better looking
Bob Lutz says Chevy blew the Camaro's redesign.
NAFTA rewrite: Who wants what
Key players, negotiating strategies, wish lists and more for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, automakers, suppliers and organized labor
Bob Mallon's $13 million legacy
Bob Mallon, who died Aug. 3, left a major legacy with the National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, which he founded.
Lithia adds 5 stores, looks to buy more
On the heels of one of its biggest deals yet, Lithia Motors plans to keep up its aggressive acquisition pace.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Let’s continue Mallon’s work
If there was ever a dealer you could call Mr. NADA, it was Bob Mallon, and I cannot begin to count the times I have repeated to myself his famous phrase, “in perpetuity.”
Accord gets the goodies, while Acura waits
Within American Honda's walls, the bread-and-butter Accord family car commands deep respect, while Acura remains stuck in a second-fiddle role.
A migration to Texas, done the Toyota Way
Toyota executives say they've consolidated operations from around the country, just in time to confront the disruptive challenges facing the industry.
Has Mazda found the 'holy grail' of powertrains?
The new engine delivers torque and fuel efficiency on par with a diesel engine but without nasty nitrogen oxide or sooty emissions.
Uber investor sues to force former CEO Kalanick off board
The lawsuit accuses Travis Kalanick of concealing a range of misdeeds from Uber's board and plotting to retain power at the company even after he was forced to resign as chief executive in June following a series of scandals.
U.S. opens comment period for review of mpg rules
The federal government began seeking public comments for a review of tougher U.S. vehicle fuel-efficiency standards put in place by the Obama administration. The review by the Department of Transportation and EPA is widely seen as a preamble to loosening fuel-economy standards, handing a victory to the auto industry.
Chevy reassessing trim, build options on Camaro
GM is reassessing some trim and build options for the Chevrolet Camaro in an attempt to better compete against the Ford Mustang and Dodge Challenger, according to product chief Mark Reuss.
Alan Peckolick, GM logo designer, dies at 76
Alan Peckolick, the artist behind a version of the General Motors logo, died Aug. 3 in Danbury, Conn. He was 76.
VW labor leaders warn politicians not to put jobs in jeopardy
VW's powerful labor representatives urged lawmakers not to use the carmaker as a political football ahead of national elections next month and risk threatening jobs in Germany.
Tesla's 'alien mothership' kept out of reach for bond investors
Elon Musk calls Tesla's mammoth battery factory in Nevada an “alien mothership.” For the carmaker's newest lenders, the plant might as well be in outer space.