Japanese authorities in Tokyo will detain Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn for 10 days as they also consider bringing a case against Nissan, a report said.
America Honda is recalling 107,000 Odyssey minivans in the U.S. over a latch malfunction that may cause the power sliding door to open when the vehicle is in drive.
U.S. prosecutors are investigating if Hyundai and affiliate Kia vehicle recalls over engine defects were conducted properly, Reuters reported.
Nissan's directors vote within a matter of hours on the remarkable move to oust Chairman Carlos Ghosn. But even if they decide to dismiss him, the disgraced executive and his accused co-conspirator might still keep their board seats -- at least for now.
It's too soon to call it a trend, but third-quarter subprime auto originations rose from the year earlier for the first time in more than two years, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and TransUnion said in separate reports last week.
I don't have any insider knowledge of the financial misconduct allegations against Renault-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn unveiled on Monday. Nonetheless, I think some points are worth remembering as the story unfolds.
U.S. chipmaker Nvidia has signed separate deals with Chinese electric vehicle startups XPeng Motors, Singulato Motors and SF Motors to develop autonomous driving technology.
Thyssenkrupp's supervisory board failed to agree on recruiting outgoing Daimler CFO Bodo Uebber as its chairman after the executive's compensation demands drew fire from employee representatives.
Volvo will break with auto show tradition in Los Angeles, where it will not have a single car on its stand. The idea is to underline that the disruption the industry is undergoing requires a fresh approach.
Germany's Volkswagen has struck a deal with U.S. semiconductor maker Broadcom , ending a billion-dollar patent lawsuit that pitted the carmaker against its supplier, a source close to VW said.
An easy-to-use mobile app is one of the main drivers of customer satisfaction with auto lenders, according to J.D. Power. Captives and other lenders should not only offer customer apps, but should also work with automakers to include vehicle information.
Nissan board reportedly split on firing Ghosn; Zero-interest loans make comeback; Conti CEO defends diesel; Report: Musk's toke provokes NASA scrutiny; Volvo's no-car show.
Japan said it is ready to work for the stability of the Nissan-Renault alliance following the arrest of Chairman Carlos Ghosn, but a Nissan executive said the automaker is seeking ways to weaken the influence of its French partner.
Carlos Ghosn's surprise arrest on allegations of financial misconduct has left Renault-Nissan car alliance board members in a bind over his future, with board members in Japan divided over whether to dismiss him as chairman and the French side balking at firing their longtime leader outright.
Tensions between Nissan and Renault over the future of their alliance have exploded into the open following the downfall of Chairman Carlos Ghosn, and his top lieutenant.
During his time at the helm of Nissan, Carlos Ghosn earned a lot more than his Japanese peers -- but not nearly as much as other global auto leaders.
Ghosn keeps Renault job, may face more time in jail; Report: U.S. launches criminal probe into Hyundai, Kia recalls; Daimler CFO's job move in jeopardy?; Old means gold for Porsche.
The California New Car Dealers Association is asking Ford CEO Jim Hackett to cease anti-dualing policies in California that could affect about 33 dual Ford-Lincoln dealers in the state.
Lenders are working to adapt to an auto retail and auto finance model largely driven by technology, some with operational adjustments and others with fintech partnerships.
Wells Fargo is fighting to shut some customers out of a sweeping plan to compensate around 600,000 drivers it pushed into car insurance they did not need, according to court documents.
Nissan paid "huge sums" for Carlos Ghosn's residences in four cities where there were no business justifications, Japanese broadcaster NHK reported, as questions swirled over what led to the downfall of one of the world's most recognizable executives.
Renault's board appointed an interim chairman and handed new powers to its chief operating officer to replace embattled boss Carlos Ghosn following his arrest in Japan on suspicion of financial misconduct, sources told Reuters.
Santander Consumer USA, a leading subprime auto lender, will pay $11.8 million to settle claims that it misled customers about the cost and terms of auto loans and insurance.
Nissan Chairman Carlos Ghosn would face a maximum penalty of up to 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to 10 million yen if convicted of financial improprieties in Japan.
Nissan's investigation into alleged misconduct by Chairman Carlos Ghosn is expanding to include Renault-Nissan finances, sources told Reuters. Nissan told Renault's board on Monday it had evidence of potential wrongdoing at Renault-Nissan BV, the Dutch venture overseeing alliance operations under Renault's ultimate control.
Honda aims to break through traditional holiday advertising, with the Grinch hacking its annual holiday campaign and social media accounts.
The zero-percent auto loan is making a comeback, though it's probably going to last only as long as the holidays.
The White House doesn't seem to know how to kill regulations it doesn't like.
The Trump administration has invited the CEOs of three German automakers for talks at the White House as European and U.S. officials try to negotiate a new trade agreement, Bloomberg reported
With the mass-market introduction of electric vehicles it is time to think less of horsepower and more of kilowatts when judging a vehicle's power.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, the world's largest car alliance, is facing its biggest challenge yet with the arrest of its Chairman, Carlos Ghosn, which could threaten to upend the union of automakers he began to forge almost two decades ago.
The U.S. and China clashed at the WTO with a U.S. envoy accusing Beijing of using the WTO to pursue "non-market" policies and a Chinese official charging that Washington was flouting the rulebook.
Renault's board stopped short of firing embattled CEO Carlos Ghosn who is being detained in Japan for alleged financial improprieties. The board appointed chief operating officer Thierry Bollore as interim leader.
Who is Greg Kelly? The first American board member for Nissan -- accused of being "one of the two masterminds" behind the financial misdeeds -- has a background in law and human resources.
France is seeking an interim leader for Renault, distancing itself from CEO Carlos Ghosn after he was arrested in Japan on allegations of financial misconduct. "He is de facto not in a position to run the group," Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said. He was expected to meet with Renault's board later Tuesday.
Nissan's investigation extends to alliance with Renault - report; Mitsubishi CEO: No one on Earth like Ghosn; Subaru gets plug-in hybrid; 'Grinch' helps pitch Honda.
It was not immediately clear whether tariffs against Canada would also be lifted after Canada, Mexico and the United States sign the revamped trade deal, slated to happen this month.
Nissan's superior earnings and volumes should put it in the driving seat of its alliance with Renault but the setup of the cross-shareholdings binding the companies together means that Renault, and ultimately the French government, will not let go of the keys.
Ghosn arrest tied to pricey homes?; France seeks interim Renault CEO; Report: Not enough workers accepted GM buyout offers; Pickups getting safer, IIHS finds.
Mali is on track to start lithium production by 2020 following the discovery of exploitable reserves, a senior mines ministry official told Reuters.