Canada lays out its NAFTA priorities
Canada's negotiating objectives for NAFTA include reducing red tape associated with border transport, harmonizing regulations and guaranteeing labor rights and environmental protection.
Chinese automakers covet FCA
Chinese automakers are facing government pressure to buy foreign companies -- and FCA makes an attractive target. At least one Chinese offer has been made, but FCA rejected it for not being enough.
Could Smart get any smaller?
Daimler's microcar brand will lose more than two-thirds of its U.S. dealerships after its lineup goes all-electric this year.
Why Toyota is doubling down on N. America
Toyota is forging ahead in all three NAFTA countries at a time when other automakers are sounding more cautious.
Ferrari leaves FCA in dust
In market cap competition, Ferrari begins to pull away from FCA.
Camaro is better — just not better looking
Bob Lutz says Chevy blew the Camaro's redesign.
New Aston Vantage looks built for Bond
It turns out that the 2015 Aston Martin DB10 built purely for the James Bond film Spectre was a sneak preview of the new Vantage sports car.
Mercedes' Vision of a roadster?
Mercedes-Benz plans to show a new version of its Vision concept this weekend .
Tesla will reduce electrical wiring in Model Y, Musk says
Whatever new technologies Tesla's new Model 3 contains as it reaches consumers this year, there is one thing it will have much less of -- and that's wiring.
Subaru's next-gen Forester gets a bolder look
Subaru's next-generation Forester will get a more aggressive front end and sportier side profile.
Crossover EV coming to U.S. in '20, VW says
Volkswagen has shown three electric concept vehicles built on its new MEB platform — a five-door hatchback, a minivan and a crossover — and the crossover will arrive first in U.S. dealerships.
Toyota plant shuffle scrambles supplier plans
Toyota's rethink on making the Tacoma in Mexico instead of the Corolla is causing dozens of suppliers to come up with a Plan B.
Reborn JLR and Volvo hitting their strides
New products, new strategies and bigger sales are keeping JLR and Volvo on the climb.
NAFTA rewrite: Who wants what
Key players, negotiating strategies, wish lists and more for the U.S., Canada, Mexico, automakers, suppliers and organized labor
Lynk debuts in U.S. in 2019 with 01 crossover
The brand will initially begin sales in China this November.
Volvo's battery-powered revival
The automaker will offer three electrified vehicles in 2019 and spin out the high-performance Polestar line as an EV-only subbrand.
Jaguar lineup will keep growing
The F-Pace crossover is selling about the same number of units each month as all of the brand's cars combined. The winning streak should continue into 2018 when two new crossovers arrive
Land Rover product offensive rolls on
Land Rover retailers are waiting to see if the brand can pass its toughest test yet: replacing the iconic Defender.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR
Broken promises harm employees
As I've had a chance to read about Michelle Savoy I can readily see how one can find oneself in her situation.
To fix NAFTA, make labor standards enforceable
The U.S. and Mexico aren't opponents on a tennis court. They are next-door neighbors, and each one has a considerable stake in the economic health and success of the other.
Toyota had HQ builders on tight schedule
Building Toyota's new Texas home involved battling a labor shortage and soggy weather with little margin for error to get everything finished on time.