Autoliv CEO Jan Carlson this year spun off the company's software and sensor business as Veoneer. Now he is CEO of the new company.
When it comes to today's classics vehicles, there is a notable shift in what collectors are buying, especially if it's their first vintage vehicle, says Hagerty CEO McKeel Hagerty.
Actor Mark Wahlberg just bought into a Chevy dealership in Ohio — and he wants to add more stores to his portfolio.
Subscription service provider Flexdrive uses telematics devices installed on vehicles to trim the cost of depreciation and insurance for its dealership partners.
Peugeot plans to re-enter U.S. and Canadian markets. What will be the impact on dealers?
Aston Martin has presented a futuristic personal aircraft it has dubbed "a sports car for the skies."
Marchionne's condition called 'irreversible'; FCA Europe chief reportedly quits as Jeep-Ram boss Manley is named CEO; Tough week ahead for new boss; Detroit auto show moving to June.
GM's impending loss of federal tax credits for alternative fuel vehicles and a lack of customer demand could push Buick's EV plans into the next decade.
Kitty Hawk CEO Sebastian Thrun says auto industry must prepare for big changes with development of autonomous vehicles.
Minnesota megadealer Denny Heckler, convicted on seven federal counts of bankruptcy and conspiracy, tells story after serving 7 years in prison that is a cautionary tale for dealers .
If a key aim of the Trump import tariffs is to make America the global hot spot for auto innovation, industry leaders say the administration is going about it in a strange way.
The rest of the auto industry is steering clear of Tesla's capital- and time-intensive strategy of creating a charging infastructure. Instead, they are relying on a burgeoning network of chargers installed by government, utilities and private companies.
The redesigned 2020 Subaru Legacy is poised to be the next nameplate designed and engineered on the brand's global platform.
Mike Manley has just days to prepare for Fiat Chrysler's quarterly results presentation, an event investors will use to size up the company's new CEO and assess his plan to fill the shoes of Sergio Marchionne.
Letter to the editor lauds Toyota Prius business model for electric vehicles
AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson, NPR Car Talk co-hosts the Magliozzi brothers, Magna founder Frank Stronach and former Toyota Motor Corp. President Kiichiro Toyoda were inducted into the 2018 Automotive Hall of Fame.
Launches of lucrative vehicles such as full-size and heavy-duty pickups and full-size SUVs over the next two years will be followed by a pivot to electrification.
Reader says internet is no replacement for walkarounds at dealerships.
Ford Motor Co.'s upcoming 2019 Edge ST -- the automaker's first crossover to carry a performance badge -- will cost about $1,500 more than the outgoing Edge Sport trim it replaces.
Shrinking margins at BMW and Honda stores will hurt Sonic -- and could be felt by its dealership rivals.
The Trump administration will seek to revoke California's authority to regulate automobile emissions -- including its mandate for electric car sales -- in a proposed revision of Obama-era standards, three people familiar with the plan told Bloomberg.
The Detroit auto show is undergoing a drastic reorganization in 2020, when it will move from the dead of winter to early June to better appeal to car shoppers — and the growing list of automakers that have dropped out in recent years — with outdoor displays and on-road vehicle demonstrations.
One of every four Enclaves sold is an Avenir, and after a March investment that boosted Avenir production, GM is studying additional ways to get even more inventory to help meet demand for the $54,495-and-up crossover.
After decades of playing with the idea of a midengine supercar, the automaker is expected to introduce the eighth-generation Corvette within the next year.
Fiat Chrysler's chief of Europe, Africa and the Middle East has resigned after being passed over to replace ailing Sergio Marchionne as CEO of the group.
Expect Johan de Nysschen's plans for a new or redesigned vehicle coming every six months on average through 2021 to remain in place, if not be accelerated, under new boss Steve Carlisle.
Vietnamese automaker VinFast will use the Paris auto show to raise its global profile by unveiling a Pininfarina-designed crossover and a sedan.
Beginning with the launches of the next-generation full-size pickups in the fall, the two brands are about to feed General Motors' principal profit centers, trucks and SUVs.
Six months into the job, ZF CEO Wolf-Henning Scheider is talking about bringing transformation and innovation to the German parts giant.
Dealer says buyers with lots of questions benefit from walkarounds.
Though it just opened in November, Audi Wesley Chapel in suburban Tampa, Fla., is already overperforming using a tablet-based, nonconfrontational sales process.
Toyota's first homegrown car-share program, launched this month in Hawaii, could be a model for dealerships around the globe to tap into demand for part-time vehicle use.
Tesla, whose eroding cash position has alarmed investors, requested a "meaningful" amount of payments made since 2016 to be returned, according to a memo obtained by the Wall Street Journal.
British makers of esoteric, scare-you-silly road cars rarely prosper but Ariel is bucking the trend. For one, it has hit upon an excellent way to service the U.S. -- have the cars built locally under license.
Dealers featured this week include Horst Korallus, dealer principal of Honda Superstore of Lisle in Illinois; and Tim Holm, dealer principal of Holm Automotive Center in Abilene, Kan.
Reader defends dealer walkarounds in letter to the editor.
A second McLaren 720S crashes this year, a reminder that the hyper-performance car has its limits.
Testing and deployment of autonomous vehicles must be done safely, but a laserlike focus on the technology is still needed.
Longtime Mercedes-Benz financial executive Alex Mallmann has been named CEO of AutoGravity, the financial technology company said. Mallmann, 47, replaces Andy Hinrichs, who has left the company.
Toyota said the Concept-i will be part of an Olympics demonstration. The e-Palette will be on call to shuttle athletes and officials.
Anxious to avoid an all-out automotive trade war with the U.S., European Union officials and German automakers are ready to deal. And they have a straightforward proposal, too: Drop vehicle tariffs on both sides of the Atlantic. Yet as nice and evenhanded as it sounds, the idea may not fly for U.S. negotiators.
Tesla's Elon Musk might learn a lot from some time in Detroit, says Automotive News staff writer Richard Truett.
Sergio Marchionne bowed out on Saturday as one of the auto industry's most demanding and tenacious chief executives, his health in crisis after a career in which he rescued Fiat and Chrysler.
Fiat Chrysler's choice of Jeep boss Mile Manley as Sergio Marchionne's successor shows that the automaker's future success depends on its iconic offroad brand.
The health crisis suffered by former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne may be "irreversible" after he was admitted to the intensive care unit of a Swiss hospital, according to a report by the Italian newspaper La Stampa.
Ferrari's new CEO will be Louis Carey Camilleri, a former chairman of tobacco company Philip Morris International, the automaker said. He succeeds seriously ill Sergio Marchionne.
An historic day at FCA: Manley replaces ailing Marchionne; 'Profoundly saddened' by Sergio's failing health; From spin-offs to 'Confessions'; Well-wishes for the man in black.
Fiat Chairman John Elkann released this statement on Saturday regarding the health of Fiat Chrysler's longtime chief, Sergio Marchionne.
New Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Mike Manley inherits a much cleaner company than did his predecessor, Sergio Marchionne, but it's far from spotless.
Mike Manley, the second CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, has received intensive on-the-job training at Sergio Marchionne's side for nine years and has years of practice running operations around the globe.