EPA holds firm on 54.5 mpg
GM wants more diesels, CVTs
Demand strains aluminum suppliersUPDATED: 8/9/16 11:11 am ET - corrected
Automakers, suppliers urged to strengthen relationships before next downturn
Lear exec invites women to industry
Renault-Nissan’s tiny-car experiment
Can 10 little cars on the streets of San Francisco help a global automaker predict the future? Nissan is counting on it, says Rachel Nguyen, head of the small Renault-Nissan Alliance research unit Future Lab.
Hella sees opportunity in moving to LED lights
Converting from halogen to LED automotive lighting will enable automakers to greatly improve nighttime visibility and incorporate cool new features into their vehicles, all while saving a lot of valuable energy, the president of Hella Corporate Center USA said.
VW details plans for 3 EV platforms, more SUVs
As Volkswagen works toward resolving its diesel emissions scandal, it is mobilizing “Strategy 2025,” which includes as many as three dedicated platforms for electric vehicles, more utility vehicles and several new budget vehicles.
Automakers should view cybersecurity as quality issue, expert says
Why GM is embracing car sharing
Even as it sells millions of new vehicles a year, GM also likes the idea of consumers sharing them. “The whole idea of owning a car, parking it for $1,000 a month and letting it sit there 90 percent of the time is just ludicrous,” said Julia Steyn, GM’s vice president of urban mobility programs.
Toyota executive maps out the future of 'computers on wheels'
Artificial intelligence, robotics and the cloud will result in vehicles that are safer, more personalized and better connected to other cars, infrastructure and smartphones, said James Kuffner, chief technology officer at Toyota Research Institute.