Self-driving startup Quanergy explores IPO, report saysSept. 21
U.S. to tackle 'challenging' issues in next round of NAFTA talksSept. 21
Strike at Chevy Equinox plant pinches GM powertrain outputSept. 21
Waymo's Krafcik, coach Saban to keynote 2018 NADASept. 21
GM invited to resume negotiations with striking Canadian unionSept. 21
Mitsubishi to beef up U.S. marketing, hires new agencySept. 21
PSA will launch EV versions of Peugeot 208, 2008 and DS 3 CrossbackSept. 21
Volvo, taking aim at Lexus, BMW and Audi, packs XC40 with firstsSept. 21
Volvo breaks new ground with the XC40, its first model in the fast-growing premium compact crossover segment that will challenge the Lexus NX, BMW X3 and Audi Q3. It's Volvo's first model with inductive charging for mobile phones and the first to offer a car-sharing option.
Fiat Chrysler recalls 50,000 Pacificas for seat belt issueSept. 21
Daimler joins rush to add more North American auto plantsSept. 21
U.S. automakers are facing mounting pressure amid slowing demand in the country, as Asian and European automakers aggressively ramp up vehicle production in North America, including a new investment by Daimler.
Daimler plans $1B investment in Ala. to build EQ electric utility vehiclesSept. 21
Daimler AG is investing an additional $1 billion in its U.S. factory in Vance, Ala., expanding the 20-year-old site to build fully electric utility vehicles under its EQ subbrand along with their battery packs.
Dealer Liza Borches on learning from mistakes, handling OEM pressure, succeeding dad Carter MyersSept. 18
After working at Honda, Liza Borches joined the family dealership business just as her father, former NADA Chairman Carter Myers, was thinking about an exit strategy. He has stepped back enough to allow her to make her own decisions - some of them painful learning experiences. Those lessons have shaped a distinct growth strategy and helped her deal with pressure from automakers with inventory to unload.