Chevy dealers brace for Unifor strike impact

U.S. dealers are hopeful a strike at a Canadian plant that produces the Chevrolet Equinox can be resolved before low inventories of the top-selling crossover impact business.


Ford, an NFL sponsor, emphasizes free speech while Trump pushes fan boycott

Ford Motor, a major sponsor of the National Football League, issued a statement in support of free speech after player protests and President Donald Trump's call for a fan boycott.

Sign up for our weekly newsletter

Sent early Monday mornings, this newsletter contains a summary of key stories from our weekly edition.

Exotics grow greener and taller

Once confined to the mundane world of Priuses and Volts, electrification is bringing sexy back, seeping into the highest echelons of the automotive stratosphere.

Tesla adjusting to mass market

Though physical changes are few and far between, Tesla is continually updating its vehicle software to improve vehicle functions and enhance driver assistance features.

Lamborghini's crossover moment arrives

Lamborghini will keep churning out variants to sustain interest in its two main nameplates, while the addition of a utility vehicle will introduce a new look to the brand's profile.

Rolls-Royce begins shift to new platform

The redesigned Phantom arriving next year will usher in a new platform that will underpin Rolls-Royce's entire lineup, which is expected to include a "high-bodied" utility vehicle and an electric vehicle that borrows technology from parent company BMW.

Can Ferrari resist crossover wave?

Ferrari will incorporate more hybrids into its core lineup while it considers whether to follow other luxury makes into the utility vehicle market and whether to launch an entry-level subbrand.

Bentley goes all-in on plug-ins

Bentley's Bentayga crossover will be the brand's first vehicle to get a plug-in hybrid powertrain as part of a commitment to offer plug-in variants of all its models.

Aston Martin expands its range

Aston Martin's Second Century plan issued in 2015 called for it to redesign four models and add seven new ones by 2022, with shorter spans between each generation. In an update this month, Aston pledged to swiftly convert its entire lineup of production vehicles to hybrids or full electric vehicles by the mid-2020s.

PSA making cars for U.S. standards

PSA is engineering its next generation of vehicles to meet United States regulations, allowing vehicles produced as soon as three years from now to be part of the automaker's return to North America.

Jeep, Ram kick off product renewal drive

With the exception of a few major projects for its Jeep and Ram brands, FCA has slowed some product development activities while trying to hit aggressive financial targets for 2018 that the automaker set in 2014.

Midsize coupe is next for Alfa

With three nameplates now making up Alfa Romeo's U.S. lineup, Fiat Chrysler's resurrection of the brand gets more complicated given the global decline in sedan and coupe sales.

Ram takes aim at Silverado

Ram and Chevy's Silverado are in a horse race for second place in the lucrative full-size pickup segment behind the Ford F series this year.

UPDATED: 9/18/17 2:11 pm ET - corrected
Wait for Jeep pickup is almost over

A more fuel-efficient Wrangler will debut in early 2018, with a Wrangler-based pickup to follow the next year.

Dodge cars to get Ghibli platform

Dodge will put the Challenger and Charger through yet another refresh cycle. The next step will be a redesign for both models onto the platform underpinning the Maserati Ghibli.

Newsletters