With industrial space in Detroit in short supply, a regional group is eyeing two Detroit airports as a site for future industrial development.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Mike Manley clearly learned many lessons from his predecessor — and even some the late Sergio Marchionne never intended to teach.
The redesigned RDX has gotten off to a torrid start, but brand chief Jon Ikeda says Acura isn't planning more crossovers.
Mazda doesn't see the slowing sedan market as an excuse to become complacent about its cars. In fact, it sees this as the perfect time to raise the bar with an artistic approach to design that enhances some of their emotional allure.
Mitsubishi Motors North America CEO Fred Diaz discusses retail strategy, alliance opportunities and 'lifelong' friends at Ram. Plus, why the e-Evolution concept is the 'prelude' to the company's future.
Genesis' steep sales dropoff is largely a byproduct of the brand's accelerated separation from Hyundai.
The relationship between compliance and ethics is especially acute in the F&I department.
Monday marks the end of Carlos Ghosn's 22-day detention, having been held without charge since his arrest on suspicion of under-reporting compensation following a whistleblower tip.
Chevy's employee pricing sale returns; Why some '19 GM pickups get lower mpg than '18 models; Detroit's compressed auto show schedule; Nissan's $1.1M GT-R50; More Tesla turnover.
President Donald Trump will finally have his own permanent nominee running the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, a controversial agency that Republicans say has stifled economic growth.
The Detroit auto show, seeking to reinvent itself following decades as a January venue, has committed to seven years with its new June date.
Nissan discovered more final inspection problems and said it will recall 150,000 vehicles in Japan as an executive blamed ousted boss Carlos Ghosn for partially fanning the lapses.
Tesla General Counsel Todd Maron is leaving the company, adding to a long list of senior management departures this year. Tesla said it hired Washington lawyer Dane Butswinkas as his successor.
Tesla notified holders of bonds due in March that if they elect to convert the debt, they'll be paid with a 50-50 mix of cash and stock, according to a copy of a document seen by Bloomberg.
Chevrolet has launched a national employee pricing sales campaign on all 2018 and some 2019 models through the end of the year.
Nissan said it will build 50 versions of the GT-R50 by Italdesign, which was unveiled earlier this year at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the U.K. The car starts at $1.1 million.
Renault is aiming to reach in about a week the first conclusions of an internal probe into whether the pay packages of Carlos Ghosn and other top managers of the automaker were properly disclosed.
Tokyo prosecutors are expected to charge Nissan as a corporate entity, alongside ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn for allegedly violating financial laws, a report said.
The fuel economy on some redesigned Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models will be worse than the outgoing pickups they're replacing.
Ford has taken the first step in restructuring its money-losing European business that is expected to involve axing models, cutting jobs, and possibly factory closures.
Metal components supplier Tower said it agreed to sell off its European division to a privately owned French automotive supplier in a deal valued at about $291 million.
Prosecutors targeting Nissan?; Barra faces unhappy Mich. delegation in D.C.; Financial watchdog nominee confirmed; Three Ford VPs to retire; Why Lexus prefers to wait.
Vehicle-shopping site TrueCar has acquired DealerScience, a provider of digital-retailing software, for $27 million, the companies said Friday. DealerScience's founder will also join TrueCar's executive team effective immediately.