AutoNews Now: Toyota to make hybrid powertrains in U.S.Sept. 26
Uber says it will pull out of QuebecSept. 26
California considers its own ban on combustion-engine carsSept. 26
The internal combustion engine's days could be numbered in California, where officials are mulling whether a ban on sales of polluting autos is needed to achieve long-term targets for cleaner air. Such a ban would replicate moves by China, France and the U.K.
Uber's new 'good cop' tack will face test in U.S. citiesSept. 26
Uber is testing out a new conciliatory tone in London, where officials said they wouldn't renew the ride-hailing service's operating license. It's going to have ample opportunity to see if that approach will work in the U.S.
Striking GM Canada workers struggle with NAFTA realitiesSept. 25
U.S. Chevy dealers brace for Unifor strike impactSept. 25
Can Lexus recapture spirit of '89?Sept. 24
Volvo adds XC90 to first U.S. plant, will boost investment to $1.1 billionSept. 25
Volvo Cars will double down its bet on its upcoming U.S. factory by adding production of its next-generation XC90 crossover and boosting investment to a total of $1.1 billion. The XC90 -- currently built in Torslanda, Sweden -- is the second vehicle planned for production at the plant in South Carolina.
GM, Unifor resume talks as CAMI strike continuesSept. 24
GM cutting third shift in Tennessee, investing $294M for Cadillac crossoverSept. 25
With IT operations back in-house, GM is eager to unlock the valueSept. 18
Randy Mott built General Motors' in-house IT team from virtually nothing. Now he must unlock the potential of the operation, bolster GM's bottom line and position it to be a leader in connected and autonomous vehicles.