Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers
Federal V2V mandate meets growing resistanceMon, 17, Apr 2017
First Shift: Idled VW diesels take the fieldFri, 24, Mar 2017
AutoNews Now: Ford expecting $1.4B profit dropThu, 23, Mar 2017
Study warns of higher consumer prices, job losses under current mpg rulesThu, 09, Mar 2017
First Shift: FCA shifting away from confusion?Fri, 10, Mar 2017
First Shift: Automakers take case to new EPA bossWed, 22, Feb 2017
Automakers urge new EPA chief to withdraw Obama CO2 rulesTue, 21, Feb 2017
A trade association representing GM, Toyota, Volkswagen and nine other automakers on Tuesday asked new EPA's new chief to withdraw an Obama administration decision to lock in vehicle emission rules through 2025.
Automakers press Trump to review 2025 mpg targetsSun, 12, Feb 2017
The chief executives of 18 major automakers and their U.S. arms are urging President Trump to revisit a decision by the Obama administration to lock in light-vehicle fuel efficiency rules through 2025. In a letter sent late Friday, the companies warned thousands of U.S. jobs could be at risk if the 54.5 mpg target is not revisited.
AutoNews Now: Takata to plead guilty, accept $1B fineFri, 13, Jan 2017
First Shift: Safest vehicles on U.S. roadsThu, 08, Dec 2016
First Shift: Automakers try to halt EPA moveTue, 06, Dec 2016
Alliance moves to block EPA from finalizing mpg rulesMon, 05, Dec 2016
The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers late Monday urged congressional negotiators to include language in a short-term budget resolution that would bar the Obama administration from finalizing mpg rules before it leaves office next month. The EPA under law had to decide by April 2018 whether to modify the 2022-2025 model year vehicle emission rules requiring average fleet-wide efficiency of more than 50 miles per gallon.