Newest pickups leaving Ford on aluminum islandJan. 22
'A MIXED BAG'Jan. 21
How Ford plans to use its new digs in Detroit's Corktown neighborhoodJan. 21
Takeover target GKN raises forecast for electric driveline salesJan. 21
With AI digital assistant, drivers talk to their carsJan. 20
Paint pro gives high marks to automakers' Detroit palettesJan. 20
Subaru chief considers plan to survive in ChinaJan. 20
Detroit's Hits & MissesJan. 22
Richard Truett, staff powertrain savant and design connoisseur, jumped up on just about every stand, thought and pondered, changed his mind a couple of times and came up with a list of auto show hits and misses.
Fresh signs of optimism as NAFTA talks resumeJan. 22
In China, outside contractors give GM a big hand on the plant floorJan. 19
GM has deployed third-party logistics contractors inside all 17 of its joint-venture assembly plants in China to transport materials, manage nearby parts warehouses and deliver components to the shop floor. Outsourcing in-plant material handling jobs, traditionally done by GM workers, allows the company employees to focus on the more critical work of improving quality and efficiency, GM officials say.