Hyundai first-quarter profit dips 12% on weakness in SUV segmentTue, 26, Apr 2016
Hyundai posted its ninth straight quarterly profit drop as it trailed rivals in tapping soaring demand for SUVs in China, its biggest market.
Mitsubishi cheating deals new blow to industry credibilityThu, 21, Apr 2016
Mitsubishi's admission this week that it manipulated fuel-economy tests to mislead consumers is an ominous echo of the scandal rocking VW and another example of an automaker trying to skirt an increasing array of government regulations.
Mitsubishi admits manipulating fuel-economy test dataWed, 20, Apr 2016
Mitsubishi Motors admitted to manipulating test data involving 625,000 vehicles in order to improve fuel-economy claims. The affected models include those supplied to Nissan Motor Co., which discovered the manipulation.
Hyundai, Cisco to team up on connected-car techTue, 19, Apr 2016
Hyundai Motor Co. said today that it will partner with Cisco Systems to develop connected-car technology, part of the automaker's push to develop "high-performing computers on wheels."
Marchionne sees Toyota, VW, Ford as merger candidates for FCAFri, 15, Apr 2016
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne sees Toyota, VW and Ford as the remaining potential merger candidates after his attempt to tie up with General Motors was rebuffed.
Automakers, safety advocates warn U.S. over rush to deploy autonomous carsFri, 08, Apr 2016
Auto industry and consumer representatives warned Friday that U.S. auto safety regulators' push to aid autonomous car deployments may be too aggressive, and urged greater transparency and public input in policies covering self-driving technology.
Hyundai recalls 173,000 Sonatas for potential power steering hazardFri, 08, Apr 2016
NHTSA says the midsize sedan made from late December 2009 through late October 2010 may have a damaged circuit board that could cause the loss of power steering.
Hyundai dealers get more crossoversMon, 11, Apr 2016
Hyundai plans to get more crossovers into the hands of dealers who are growing increasingly concerned with the brand's car-heavy mix amid a surge in demand throughout the industry for crossovers.
Kia sees an opening for SedonaMon, 11, Apr 2016
Kia executives pledged to ramp up marketing on the Sedona minivan, said Benny Yount, chairman of Kia's dealer council. The move comes as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles prepares to discontinue the long-standing Dodge Caravan and retire the Chrysler Town & Country to make way for the new Chrysler Pacifica.
Kia's $1 billion Mexico plant stalls as 'Brazen One' snubs pactWed, 06, Apr 2016
For Kia, Mexico's historic car boom isn't working out as planned. A dispute with a recently elected state leader may prevent the start of production next month at a northern Mexico car factory representing more than $1 billion in investment.
Mexican state government eyes deal with Kia to end plant disputeMon, 04, Apr 2016
A Mexican state government said it could soon reach a deal with Kia in a dispute over financial terms surrounding the opening of the South Korean carmaker's first plant in the country.
Hyundai-Kia's grand electrification planMon, 04, Apr 2016
Currently a laggard in electrified vehicles, the Hyundai-Kia group aims to leapfrog to the front of the pack by launching 26 hybrids, plug-ins, electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles by 2020.