Mexico auto group rejects U.S. proposal on NAFTA rules of originOct. 19
The Mexican Auto Industry Association rejected U.S. proposals to increase North American content for light vehicles produced in the region and require, under a new NAFTA deal, that half of all content come from the United States.
GM to settle state ignition-switch litigation claims for $120 millionOct. 19
Magna to produce electric-drive powertrain with China's Huayu AutomotiveOct. 18
NAFTA trade ministers to square off over hard-line U.S. demandsOct. 17
The ministers leading NAFTA negotiations wrapped up the latest round of high-level talks after Canada and Mexico rejected what they see as hardline proposals by the U.S. The three countries agreed to extend talks to retool the trade pact into early 2018.
Hyundai borrows from 2009 marketing playbookOct. 16
Hyundai Motor America CMO Dean Evans predicts that with new vehicles luring first-time Hyundai shoppers and the Shopper Assurance program promoting loyalty, Hyundai could post a 10 percent sales gain over 2017.
Mobility Center signs education partnership with 15 Michigan schoolsOct. 16
Stumped by steel? Tesla may struggle with weldingOct. 16
U.S. offers little reassurance on NAFTAOct. 16
Resigned to a world without NAFTAOct. 16
GM warns Canadian union it could wind down striking CAMI plantOct. 12
General Motors is growing frustrated by the impasse in contract talks with Unifor and warned the union it will look to produce the Chevrolet Equinox elsewhere unless workers call off a month-long strike at the plant in Ingersoll, Ont.