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In areas served by Uber, Lyft and other ride services, consumers may buy fewer cars and take fewer trips, according to a new study.
Adient is closing a seat assembly plant in suburban Detroit in a move that will affect 129 employees.
The average fuel economy of new light vehicles sold in the U.S. in July rose to 25.4 mpg, up 0.3 mpg from June.
Denso's strategists have peered into the year 2050 -- and now they intend to remake the company accordingly.
As automakers ramp up efforts to remove the human from driving decisions, they will aggressively pursue greater vehicle electrification, forecaster Jeff Schuster predicts.
Toyota has added more in-house carbon fiber production capacity -- and it's not just for supercars and not just about cutting weight.
Toyota will be the first automaker sponsor of a new nonprofit autonomous vehicle testing ground in southeast Michigan.
Denso International America plans to invest $75 million by 2021 to expand its North American headquarters in suburban Detroit.
Michigan Lt. Gov. Brian Calley urged the auto industry to collaborate with defense contractors to speed up technology.
The fire broke out when a janitor was cleaning in the service building at Buff Whelan Chevrolet and spilled cleaning supplies, causing what the fire chief called a "big ball of flame to erupt."
French autonomous shuttle-maker Navya said it plans to open its first North American production facility near Ann Arbor, Mich.
Twice in about seven years, Ford has significantly changed its product plan for the Michigan Assembly Plant. It's a process that costs billions in construction, new machinery and worker retraining.
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