Chamber of Commerce maps out states most vulnerable to Trump tariffsJuly 3
Trump aide calls GM's tariff warning 'smoke and mirrors'July 1
BMW and Hyundai are the latest automakers to urge the U.S. not to impose tariffs on auto imports, joining GM in pressing their case, even as a top aide to President Donald Trump dismissed their concerns.
A U.S. Volvo plant ---- at lastJune 25
Volvo CEO says auto tariffs threaten jobs at U.S. plantJune 21
Volvo CEO sees trade war making car shopping more like a crummy mealJune 20
Volvo's S60 signals 'dynamic' powertrain changesJune 20
BMW may source more U.S. steel after tariff moveJune 1
BMW, Mercedes caught in U.S.-China trade tussleApril 5
China's threat to retaliate against United States tariffs by imposing an additional 25 percent fee on American car imports would have a bigger impact on Germany's Daimler and BMW than on Detroit, according to analysts.
Probe underway into death at BMW paint shop in S.C.March 28
Auto industry rejects Trump's tariff threatsMarch 6
Automotive companies on both sides of the Atlantic pushed back on President Donald Trump's talk of a trade war with Europe using a similar refrain: Everyone will suffer if his rhetoric becomes reality.