Global automaker group seeks to block EPA from finalizing mpg rules
Automakers including Toyota and Honda have launched a fresh effort to stop the EPA -- before President Obama leaves office -- from cementing a regulation that would slash tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions through 2025.
AutoNation's about-face draws fire from 2 Senate Democrats
A duo of Senate Democrats who've introduced legislation aimed at preventing the sale of used vehicles with unrepaired safety recalls blasted AutoNation Inc.'s reversal of its 16-month ban on the sale of such vehicles at its dealerships.
House lawmakers press EPA on VW settlement terms
GM expands rear-seat reminder technology to 20 models
In an effort to prevent child heatstroke deaths, General Motors' new Rear Seat Reminder technology -- which made its debut in the GMC Acadia this year -- will become standard on more than 20 models that account for about two-thirds of its U.S. sales.
CO2 ruling puts Trump, automakers in a bind
Self-driving guidelines picked apart
Let’s cut off phones in the car
Trump's auto team comes together
Trump's pick of Wilbur Ross to head Commerce puts a powerful auto industry investor in a role where he will influence trade talks and the U.S. business climate. But Ross' business moves have not been purely Trumpian.
Ford recalls 650,000 Fusions, Lincoln MKZs in N.A. to fix seat belts
VW's penance for cheating takes shape with California wish list
California's regulator that played a key role in busting Volkswagen for cheating on emissions tests laid out a detailed list of options for how the automaker will have to spend $800 million toward advancing cars that don't pollute the air.
Safety groups challenge NHTSA on automatic-braking pact
Auto safety and consumer advocacy groups have sued the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in a bid to force the agency to decide whether to require automatic braking systems on all new light vehicles.