Marchionne: FCA may 'redirect' Mexican auto exportsMay 11
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles CEO Sergio Marchionne said proposed changes to automotive rules by the U.S. government may prompt the Italian-American automaker to shift exports of the company's Mexican-made vehicles.
GM offers in-dash fuel payments in 3-city pilot programApril 18
Washington state tax incentive for EVs to expireApril 16
California said to be preparing to retaliate if Trump cuts emissions rulesMarch 27
As the Trump administration begins to dismantle Barack Obama's ambitious auto efficiency regulations, California is said to be poised to retaliate by doing something that automakers have feared: de-coupling the state's rules with those set in Washington.
Fatal Uber crash provides ammo for opponents of Senate autonomous vehicle billMarch 20
Safety advocates urged the Senate to suspend consideration of legislation governing autonomous vehicles until regulators complete investigations into Sunday's fatal accident involving an Uber vehicle and the January crash in California involving a Tesla vehicle and a parked fire truck.
As Trump adviser leaves, a win for hard-line tariff supportersMarch 7
Senate leaders urged to ignore 'bogus urgency,' fix flaws in autonomous car billMarch 5
A diverse group of public interest organizations is urging Senate leaders to not advance legislation enabling the development and deployment of self-driving vehicles until self-described safety flaws are corrected.