Daimler launches Tel Aviv hub for auto technologyNov. 16
Daimler has opened a research and development center in Tel Aviv, one of a growing number of multinational firms seeking to tap into Israel's auto technology expertise as the industry moves towards self-driving cars.
Germany's Continental buys Israeli auto cyber firm ArgusNov. 3
Nissan's big vision: Rolling Titan into global marketsOct. 24
First Shift: Can Tesla cure Puerto Rico's power woes?Oct. 6
Carmakers rush to put Saudi women behind wheels of their modelsOct. 2
Saudi ad reflects well on FordOct. 2
AutoNews Now: Saudi women drivers: Potential gold mine?Sept. 27
First Shift: Lyft to deploy Ford's self-driving carsSept. 27
As Saudi Arabia lifts ban on women drivers, 'exciting' opportunities for automakers open upSept. 27
Volvo names 'retail man' Gustafsson to succeed Kerssemakers in U.S.Aug. 29
Lex Kerssemakers, who steered Volvo's rebirth in the U.S. over the past 32 months, is moving on to lead the Europe, Middle East and Africa region. He will be replaced by that region's current head, Anders Gustafsson.
VW to start Iran sales in August with local partnerJuly 4
VW will start sales of the Passat and Tiguan in Iran next month, ending a 17-year absence from the market. The move is expected to help the automaker reduce its reliance on volatile overseas markets such as China and Brazil.