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Global manufacturer Magna International might consider a North American assembly plant in the next few years.
At the Management Briefing Seminars last week in Michigan, the annual high-level "big think" held by the Center for Automotive Research, executives, engineering leaders, consultants and automotive startup entrepreneurs...
PwC forecasts that supplier mergers and acquisitions will remain on a hot pace this year.
A wave of electric vehicles and new technology are coming to Nissan. But first, the automaker has some traditional sedans to redesign.
Infiniti plans to electrify its product portfolio after 2021 — raising the stakes in the meantime for two updated products: the QX50 and QX80.
Supply chains have gotten pretty good over the last 20 years. But they can get much, much better.
PACE awards went home with 14 suppliers this year. More suppliers are lining up to try in 2019.
Sergio Marchionne came into the auto industry 15 years ago as an outsider, a paunchy middle-aged accountant-turned-corporate strategist with no experience running a car factory.
The Nissan Juke was intended to be a "polarizing" product, but it was too much so, and has been dropped from the U.S. lineup.
Sergio Marchionne, the man in black and self-proclaimed fixer who plucked Chrysler from the ashes of bankruptcy in 2009 and hitched it to Fiat to create a money-making global automaker, has died. He was 66.
Former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has died, the carmaker's controlling family shareholder said on Wednesday.
Tom Mignanelli, a former Ford executive who gave Nissan's U.S. sales company a transfusion of American business culture in the early 1990s, has died following surgery for a brain tumor. He was 73.
The 2019 Altima's design required a re-engineering of its engine compartment.
Alabama has been making it look easy to attract the auto industry for the past 20 years.
The world sometimes gets the impression that the auto industry is slowing down, or even receding. That's not happening.
When auto companies invest in new plants, the public takes notice. But turning raw ground into a new auto plant is just one piece of the economic force of automotive capital expenditure.
Forecasters widely predicted a lousy month for Nissan, but U.S. sales rose 2.5 percent in June, helped by strong light-truck demand.
Magna International CEO Don Walker has a Jaguar EV in production in Austria, deals in China to deliver EV systems and a tie-up with Lyft to make its cars self-driving.
Magna's CEO has a Jaguar EV in production in Austria, deals in China to deliver EV systems and a tie-up with Lyft to make its cars self-driving.
Beneath the surface of steady growth, change and repositioning are roiling the global supplier industry.
Coatings supplier Durr Industries recently was named a top supplier of FCA US, recognizing Durr for its assistance in launching the Jeep Compass at FCA's Toluca, Mexico, assembly plant.
The project illustrates a trend in manufacturing capital spending today: As auto suppliers roll out new technologies, many are relying on more automated production processes to make the work fit into their existing space.
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