Gazoo points way for sportier ToyotaSept. 23
Audi on fuel cell cars: Maybe laterSept. 23
The tepid outlook from one of the world's largest automakers could ripple across the industry by slowing or discouraging the adoption of fuel cell technology, which will require increased global scale and infrastructure investments to catch on.
Consumers Union wants mpg ratings for heavy-duty pickupsSept. 22
How EVs could create the biggest disruption since the iPhoneSept. 22
With a little help from ride-hailing and self-driving technology, electric cars could be poised to shake up the auto industry as dramatically as Apple's iPhone did to the mobile phone world 10 years ago.
Tesla, AMD partner to develop chip for autonomous carsSept. 20
Upgrade to a self-driving car in two yearsSept. 22
AutoNews Now: VW tries CEO bull sessions to engage workersSept. 22
Volkswagen chairman won't rule out outsider as next CEOSept. 22
Uber stripped of license to operate in LondonSept. 22
Daimler, BYD plan new EVs for ChinaSept. 22
Employee meetings with CEO aim to soften VW's imageSept. 22
VW aims to overcome a reputation as a secretive and autocratic company by introducing a "Meeting Mueller" program which allows employees to pose questions directly to the CEO. Matthias Mueller hints VW is working on new responsibilities for the board and that the company will use fewer consultants and rely on internal expertise.