Bosch to meet French gov't over fate of diesel injectors plantJan. 19, 2018
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire will hold talks with Bosch CEO Volkmar Denner next week to address concerns about the future of the company's diesel injectors factory.
Toyoda's leadership made Fremont workJan. 15, 2018
Tatsuro Toyoda and the Japanese auto workers will always have the respect of their American brothers and sisters, and without Mr. T, that would have never happened. Rest easy my respected friend.
PRODUCTION SHIFTJan. 15, 2018
After opening several large plants in recent years -- and with more under construction -- transplant automakers are expected to account for more than half of North American production for the first time ever in 2018.
Why Japan needs Spain's GestampJan. 15, 2018
Does Japan really need a foreign supplier to create more metal stamping capacity there? Gestamp thinks so.
Alfa Romeo's 2017 production surged 62% on new modelsJan. 10, 2018
Alfa Romeo increased production by 62 percent last year, boosted by sales of the Giulia sedan and Stelvio crossover, but the brand still fell short of FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne's expectations.
Mexico auto output, exports set record highs in 2017Jan. 8, 2018
Mexico's auto industry set record highs for production and exports of light vehicles in 2017, sending more than 2.3 million cars and light trucks to the U.S.
Tesla Model 3 deliveries gradually increase in fourth quarterJan. 3, 2018
Tesla is slowly ascending from its "production hell," but Wall Street is getting restless. Tesla said it delivered 1,550 Model 3 sedans in the fourth quarter, up from 220 the previous quarter.
Tesla's Model 3 struggles leave little 'wiggle room' on cash burnJan. 4, 2018
Tesla pushed back a key production target for its pivotal Model 3 sedan again, raising questions about whether the electric-car maker may need to raise more cash.
How green version of iconic London taxi will become globalDec. 27
Industry veteran Carl-Peter Forster, now head of Geely's London Electric Vehicle Company, has been tasked with launching an electric cab.
VW rethinks parts units' competitive potentialDec. 18
As its German supplier neighbors get bigger and more advanced, Volkswagen moves to make its own parts operations more competitive.
Low tech, lofty plansDec. 18
Toyoda Gosei is preparing for the shift to electrification and autonomous driving by branching into sensor-compatible body paneling, LED lighting, and lightweight resin parts.
Honeywell's turbocharger business goes it alone in '18Dec. 18
Honeywell will spin off its turbocharger business in the coming year, and CEO Olivier Rabiller is ready to take it in new directions.