Detroit 3 want Trump on offense over tradeAug. 6
Germany makes last-ditch play to save dieselAug. 2
The CEOs of VW, Daimler and BMW are meeting German politicians in Berlin as the country's auto industry seeks to salvage its beleaguered diesel technology and draw a line under an emissions scandal that shows no signs of abating.
EU investigates possible German emissions treatment systems cartelJuly 23
EU said to examine possible emissions collusion by German automakersJuly 21
EU, Japan hail trade deal as Trump rebukeJuly 7
EU fines Automotive Lighting and Hella over cartel but Valeo escapes punishmentJune 21
The trade problem is taxes and tariffsJune 12
Italy asks EU to postpone launching legal case over Fiat Chrysler emissionsMay 17
Ford says U.K. needs post-Brexit deals with Turkey, South Africa, not just EUMay 10
Le Pen victory could hurt Renault, PSAMay 5
EU fines six auto suppliers $164 million on antitrust chargesMarch 8
Mahle Behr, Valeo, Denso and three other suppliers have been fined a total of $164 million by the EU's competition authorities for having operated cartels in a number of their markets. Automakers affected included VW, BMW, Mercedes, Nissan, Renault and Jaguar Land Rover.
Germany's Stuttgart will ban some diesel cars from city centerFeb. 22
Stuttgart, home to German automakers Mercedes and Porsche, said it will ban from next year diesel cars which do not meet the latest Euro 6 emissions standards from entering the city on days when pollution is heavy.