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.
Ford CEO sees ‘pressure’ on business without softer mpg rulesFri, 02, Dec 2016
Ford plans to lobby President-elect Donald Trump to soften U.S. and state fuel-economy rules that hurt profits by forcing automakers to build more electric cars and hybrids than are warranted by customer demand.
Obama's 8 years pivotal for autosSun, 06, Nov 2016
No matter who is chosen to succeed him, Barack Obama's eight years in the White House will come to be seen as one of the most pivotal periods in U.S. automotive history, one that set a new benchmark for federal government involvement in the industry.
VW could gain clout in EV chargingMon, 07, Nov 2016
VW's $14.7 billion diesel cheating settlement requires the company to invest $2 billion in zero-emission vehicle projects over the next decade. How it spends the money could have big implications for the electric-vehicle market.
U.S., 35 states to boost electric vehicle charging stationsThu, 03, Nov 2016
Tesla’s sale of clean-air credits may have marked peak for marketMon, 31, Oct 2016
After Tesla sold $139 million of zero-emission credits in the third quarter, CEO Elon Musk complained that they should be worth more -- if only California’s regulations were tougher. Instead, they may soon be worth less.
With a new president, a shift in winds of regulation?Mon, 26, Sep 2016
What the auto world is saying about new U.S. policy on self-driving carsTue, 20, Sep 2016
Obama administration set to release self-driving car guidelinesMon, 19, Sep 2016
The Obama administration today plans to unveil a policy framework to govern the development of self-driving cars, including new ways for automakers to share information on emerging technology with the government, people familiar with the announcement told Bloomberg.
Co-directors tell why they made auto bailout documentaryWed, 07, Sep 2016
A pair of former movie and television executives believed the public didn't get the full story about the U.S. auto industry bailout and made the film "Live Another Day," a documentary adapted from the Paul Ingrassia book Crash Course. The film debuts in theaters Sept. 16.