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President Donald Trump has made no secret that he wanted NAFTA gone. A year of on-again-off-again negotiations without a clear view of an endgame has demonstrated the pact’s staying power.
Ford is reviving the drag racing Cobra Jet for the vehicle's 50th anniversary.
Sienna falls short, Odyssey rated good in crash test; Report: Marchionne failed to disclose gift to UAW exec; Iacobelli's request; Tesla-Saudi scrutiny; Suppliers' tariff dodge.
Ford became the latest company to disclose the values and practices that shape its autonomous vehicle development program in a voluntary safety self-assessment report.
The 2018 Toyota Sienna rated marginal in the IIHS' latest passenger-side small-overlap front crash tests, while the 2018 Honda Odyssey received a good rating.
Increasing awareness of self-driving vehicles is fueling apprehension about the safety of the technology, a new survey reveals.
The late Sergio Marchionne, former CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, in 2016 denied to investigators that he gave a top UAW official an expensive watch years before, a Detroit newspaper reported.
Some autonomous car technologists say the problem isn't that self-driving cars don't work, it's that people act unpredictably.
Aretha Franklin, the queen of soul whose voice and music became a touchstone of the Motor City's car culture and Detroit 3 marketing efforts, died Thursday. The Memphis-born singer and longtime resident of the Detroit area was 76.
As the Tesla go-private saga enters its ninth day, many are wondering when regulators will decide whether Elon Musk broke the rules by dripping out details so haphazardly.
Ford's train station rehab to cost $740M; EPA disputed DOT claim that freezing mpg will save lives; NYT: Directors want Musk to stop tweeting; Volvo, Polestar product plan.
A week after Elon Musk shocked the markets by proclaiming Tesla may become a private company, evidence has piled up that the mercurial CEO was tweeting too soon.
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