Tesla shares slump after Goldman downgradeMon, 27, Feb 2017
Analyst sees later peak, but 'limited upside' for auto salesWed, 11, Jan 2017
NADA forecasts 2017 U.S. new-vehicle sales to remain above 17 millionTue, 15, Nov 2016
U.S. new-vehicle sales will stay above 17 million for a third straight year in 2017, Steven Szakaly, chief economist of the National Automobile Dealers Association, said as the group issued its annual forecast.
Projected sales lag, election fallout could worry automakers, suppliers next year, analysts sayTue, 08, Nov 2016
Between an unhappy electorate, indecisiveness from the Federal Reserve over interest rates and anemic economic growth, automotive analysts are stretching to remain positive as uncertainty grows over whether car sales have peaked.
U.S. sales expected to fall in Oct. for third straight monthThu, 27, Oct 2016
U.S. new-vehicle sales are expected to decline for a third consecutive month, but the industry's selling rate could reach its highest point of the year because of the way October falls in the calendar.
Refreshed 2017 Chevy Trax crossover gets a familiar faceTue, 25, Oct 2016
Musk's Wall Street cheerleaders drop their pom-poms over TeslaFri, 07, Oct 2016
Elon Musk is losing some of his Wall Street cheerleaders just when he needs them the most. Goldman Sachs, one of Musk's top bankers, has reversed course and cut its recommendation on the entrepreneur's flagship Tesla Motors, following a similar move by another big booster, Morgan Stanley.
LMC's Schuster says global light-vehicle market will continue to growTue, 02, Aug 2016
Despite slowing growth in North America and China and weakness in Russia and Brazil, there remains room for global growth in the auto industry, argues Jeff Schuster, head auto analyst with LMC Automotive.
For Elon Musk, Tesla's impresario, the latest act falls flatFri, 22, Jul 2016
Industry's sales record streak to end in 2016?Thu, 30, Jun 2016
A newly released report from AlixPartners forecasts U.S. light-vehicle sales of 17.5 million in 2017 -- down slightly from this year's 17.8 million forecast. The consulting firm expects U.S. sales to bottom out at 15.2 million vehicles in 2019.
Study predicts 21 million autonomous cars sold globally in 2035Tue, 07, Jun 2016
April U.S. sales expected to rise 4% with SAAR of 17.4-17.6 millionWed, 27, Apr 2016
U.S. new-vehicle sales in April are projected to rise about 4 percent from a year ago, according to four forecasts, easing concerns that the market is weakening. After falling short of expectations in March, sales are on pace for one of the industry's best-ever Aprils, analysts said.