Elon Musk says changing his way of working not an option
Tesla's CEO sees no option but to keep working at his current relentless pace, no matter the deepening concerns of board members and investors about his health and stability.
A hint of Infiniti's electrified future
Infiniti will unveil its Prototype 10 concept car tis week in Pebble Beach.
Checking Honda's Passport
Honda's revived Passport crossover has been spotted road testing in California.
McLaren prepares to go electric, but don't expect an SUV
McLaren is preparing for electrification — but stands by a flat no to SUVs.
GMC'S entry-level crossover moves closer to production
GMC's new baby crossover has been spotted undergoing road tests in Arizona.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Those who fill car vacuum will win
In a letter to the editor, a reader says Ford's decision to move away from the sedan leaves a vacuum others can fill.
Number to Watch
General Motors estimates a $1 billion dollar increase in its 2018 material costs, with tariffs contributing to a number that is double its earlier forecast.
Johnson Controls ponders fate of its battery business
JCI has given itself until November to decide whether to spin off its battery business, sell it outright or keep it.
JDA envisions more predictive supply chains
JDA Software is working toward a day when auto company supply chains will be nimble enough to predict what customers want.
Software provider sues Case auto group
A major provider of dealership management software is suing Rick Case Automotive Group for allegedly breaching its license agreement and misappropriating trade secrets.
Auria's jackpot potential: Acoustic material
Auria is launching a new technology in sound and vibration deadening for GM, to the tune of $100 million.
Startup supplier worries about CAFE rollback
Tula Technology CEO Scott Bailey is convinced the CAFE rules played a major role in GM's 2012 decision to invest in Tula, become a development partner and license its technology.
Cox aims for more cohesive brand
So far, CEO Sandy Schwartz grades the company's integration of more than a dozen unique brands as a B-minus.
How McLaren makes a supercar
McLaren Automotive builds its high-dollar supercars in an unusual, 371,354-square-foot partially underground building in bucolic southern England.
Toolmakers caught in tariff crossfire
Supplier consultant Laurie Harbour says tariffs are raising tool costs for auto suppliers.
Former Key Safety CFO joins Busche Performance Group as CEO
The executive who led Key Safety Systems' push to acquire Takata in a $1.6 billion deal has left the supplier to become the CEO of Busch Performance Group.
Toyota to increase production capacity in China by 20%
Toyota will expand capacity at its auto plant in China's Guangzhou, a company source told Reuters, in addition to beefing up production at a factory in Tianjin city by 120,000 vehicles a year.