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New models soaked up the spotlight at the Detroit auto show this week but policy decisions coming from Washington in 2018 may do more to determine the future health of the industry.
California and the Trump administration will hold a series of new talks over fuel efficiency rules as the auto industry still hopes for a deal to retain nationwide requirements.
NHTSA will propose new fuel economy standards for cars and light trucks by the end of March, signaling how the Trump administration plans to alter automobile efficiency rules.
VW will invest more than $3.3 billion in North America to give a boost to its core brand as the automaker seeks to build the marque's U.S. market share in the wake of its emissions-cheating scandal.
Porsche SE has been ordered by a German court to reveal what management at VW AG and automaker Porsche knew about the diesel scandal and whether any evidence was destroyed.
Way back when, a lot of folks were convinced that steam engines would be the powerplant of choice. Still, steam went the way of the buggy whip. Don't be surprised if battery power goes the same way.
Ford rigged at least 500,000 big pickup trucks to beat emissions tests, drivers claimed in a lawsuit, adding to the tally of carmakers linked to diesel-cheating allegations worldwide.
Federal officials held talks with California's Air Resources Board to discuss maintaining one set of national requirements for automakers -- a move that will determine the fate of emissions rules.
California would ban the sale of new cars and trucks powered by fossil fuels in 2040 under legislation introduced in the state Legislature.
Germany's highest court has rejected a bid by VW to suspend the work of a special auditor appointed to investigate management's actions in the company's ongoing emissions scandal.
Lawyers for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and owners of the automaker's diesel-powered vehicles are in settlement talks over allegations of excess diesel emissions, a court-appointed adviser says.
Subaru said it was investigating whether its inspectors may have falsified data on vehicle mileage readings during final inspections conducted on cars sold in Japan.
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