Chery to open design center in GermanySept. 25
Aston Martin plans October IPO worth up to $6.7 billionSept. 20
VW plan to leave Iran symbolic win for Trump over EU, U.S. saysSept. 20
GM suspends work on Chevrolet Niva replacementSept. 21
Daimler buys 20% stake in VW's Heycar used-car platformSept. 13
Nissan exits Europe's compact car segmentSept. 12
U.S. supplier IAC wins in Europe by focusing on premium automakersSept. 25
U.S.-based International Automotive Components Group has seen a decline in its heartland, which has helped boost the prominence of its European unit. The division's boss, Jonas Nilsson, told Automotive News Europe how he plans to further grow the supplier's European business.
Dyson moves ahead on EV plan with test centerAug. 30
In Germany, trade concerns linger despite EU, U.S. truceAug. 28
Nearly three out of four companies doing business in Germany and the United States doubt that a U.S.-European trade truce reached last month will be followed by a lasting agreement on large-scale tariff cuts.
Kalashnikov aims to add EVs alongside AK-47sAug. 24
Kalashnikov, the maker of the AK-47 assault rifle, is the latest entry into the EV race with the CV-1, a retro-designed wagon. The model has a driving range of about 217 miles and is powered by an inverter developed by the company.