Auto industry rejects Trump's tariff threatsMarch 6
Automotive companies on both sides of the Atlantic pushed back on President Donald Trump's talk of a trade war with Europe using a similar refrain: Everyone will suffer if his rhetoric becomes reality.
Lynk & CO looks to N.A. for an assembly plantJan. 8
Volvo may build Lynk & CO vehicles in Belgium, U.S.Nov. 29, 2017
Export hubOct. 30, 2017
BMW's Spartanburg, S.C., plant, which opened in 1994, has transformed from a small operation making only about 60,000 vehicles annually to a major exporting hub. The plant cranks out more than 400,000 vehicles a year to meet global crossover demand.
'Iron Man' vests aid BMW assembly workersOct. 28, 2017
Volvo adds XC90 to first U.S. plant, will boost investment to $1.1 billionSept. 25, 2017
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.
Volvo plans U.S. plant expansion, doubling original investment, reports saySept. 19, 2017
Construction worker injured at Volvo factory siteJuly 18, 2017
BMW's best argument for free trade: SpartanburgJuly 3, 2017
BMW among the 'bad' foreign companies driving U.S. manufacturing jobs revivalJune 30, 2017
BMW plans $600 million 'infrastructure' investment in S.C. plantJune 26, 2017
BMW plans to invest another $600 million in its Spartanburg, S.C., assembly plant -- its largest single source of light-vehicle production worldwide -- between 2018 and 2021. The expansion will create an additional 1,000 jobs at the plant by the end of that period.