Mexico prepares its NAFTA caseSun, 04, Dec 2016
Mexico sales surge 23%, break Nov. recordFri, 02, Dec 2016
Mexican officials hail NAFTA as critical to U.S.Thu, 01, Dec 2016
Mexican auto industry officials defended NAFTA as critical to U.S. economic competitiveness as they braced for talks between the Mexican government and Donald Trump's administration over the accord's future.
Ford recalls 650,000 Fusions, Lincoln MKZs in N.A. to fix seat beltsFri, 02, Dec 2016
VW prepares a blitz of trucks, EVs in North AmericaTue, 22, Nov 2016
Volkswagen is going on the offensive in North America, challenging the likes of General Motors and Ford Motor Co. with a wave of new light trucks and battery-powered cars. VW's namesake marque will expand its range of SUVs, crossovers and sedans and start making electric autos in North America in 2021 in a bid to “evolve from a niche supplier” into a successful mainstream carmaker in the region.
Honda to stick with N.A. production plans for now, CEO saysMon, 21, Nov 2016
Honda will stick with its North American production plans as it waits to see if U.S. President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on a campaign pledge to dump the North American Free Trade Agreement when he takes office, the automaker's CEO said today.
Auto execs stumped by trade rhetoricMon, 21, Nov 2016
Global auto executives don't want to talk much about President-elect Donald Trump and his trade plans. But with billions of dollars invested in Mexican plants and supply chains, they can't afford not to think about what steep tariffs and scrapped treaties might mean for their businesses.
Ford says Lincoln MKC production will stay in Kentucky, not move to MexicoThu, 17, Nov 2016
Ford Motor had considered moving production of the Lincoln MKC to Mexico, but instead the compact premium crossover will remain at the Louisville Assembly Plant, the automaker confirmed Thursday night.
Blindsided by Trump tweet, UAW meets with Ford on Lincoln MKCFri, 18, Nov 2016
Ford CFO encouraged by 'change in tone' from Trump transition teamThu, 17, Nov 2016
Ford CFO Bob Shanks said a Donald Trump administration could bring “substantial change” to the automotive industry, but the automaker is encouraged by the transition team’s “change in the tone” from a rhetoric-filled campaign.
Ford won't change Mexico plans despite Trump tariff threat, Fields saysTue, 15, Nov 2016
Ford CEO Mark Fields said that a Trump administration's potential 35 percent tariff on vehicles imported from Mexico could have a “huge impact” on the U.S. economy, but the automaker has no plans to change its investments in Mexico.