GM urged by investor to create 2 share classes
A Wall Street hedge fund proposed a plan that would split GM's common stock into two classes to help the automaker improve financial flexibility and boost the stock's value.
Ford plans to invest an additional $350 million in Michigan plants
Ford will add $350 million in new investments at two Michigan assembly plants on top of previously pledged spending.
Italian police foil plot to steal Enzo Ferrari's body
Italian investigators said on Tuesday they had foiled a plot to steal the body of legendary Formula One racing pioneer Enzo Ferrari and demand a ransom.
Car shopping site CarGurus hires banks for stock offering, report says
CarGurus, a popular website where consumers go to browse cars, has tapped investment banks for an initial public offering later this year, people familiar with the matter...
Black Tesla worker says he faced racist taunts, violent threats
A black production worker at Tesla filed a lawsuit claiming his job quickly turned from "a dream come true" to a nightmare when he was subjected to racial epithets.
Nissan's next-gen Leaf on deck
The next-generation Nissan Leaf has been spotted testing, and spy photos indicate that the electric vehicle's styling will line up with the rest of the brand.
Supreme Court case could change the game for automotive patent lawsuits
The result of a Supreme Court case heard on Monday between two food companies may benefit the automotive industry and its technology suppliers.
Chinese tech giant Tencent takes 5% stake in Tesla
Chinese tech giant Tencent Holdings has acquired a 5 percent stake in Tesla for $1.78 billion.
Volvo says lab fire won’t affect production
A fire broke out on Tuesday in a building housing an auto battery laboratory at Volvo's plant in Sweden.
Uber wants fight with Waymo out of public view
Uber says Alphabet’s own ground rules require accusations that the ride-hailing giant stole trade secrets for autonomous cars be resolved in private arbitration and not...
VW board backs management's handling of emissions scandal
VW Group's supervisory board has recommended that shareholders discharge the carmaker's top management and the supervisory panel from liability for actions taken last year in...
Audi speeds up crossover, SUV surge
SUV and crossover sales could account for half of Audi's total global volume in the future, the automaker's head of sales and marketing said.
Volvo sticks with Uber partnership
Volvo is standing by its partnership with Uber, despite the ride-hailing company's string of public relations disasters, including a high-profile accident this weekend that...
Audi halts A4, A5 output at German plant over parts shortage
Audi will halt production of A4 and A5 cars at its Ingolstadt factory this week until Thursday due to a parts shortage after a fire at a supplier.
A bitter end for Ferdinand Piech
Ferdinand Piech, a figure of transcendent importance in the history of the auto industry, is selling his 14.
Early veto reshaped Chevy's new Equinox
Stung by critical feedback in focus groups three years ago, GM decided to go in a different direction with the Chevy Equinox.
After 41 years, Honda's Mendel drives off
Forty-one years can teach you a lot about the auto industry -- including when it's the right time to go out on top. On April 1, American Honda's John Mendel will do just that.
How one man triggered a GM recall
Saturn Sky owner Troy Lyman's 67-page report on airbag sensor failures caused a recall of two General Motors cars.
Will disruptors of the taxi market become disruptees?
Uber and Lyft and the like have turned the taxi industry on its head in a few short years. Now the industry looks like it may be disrupted again, this time by automakers.
Can this man finally deliver 'Lexus envy'?
Lexus has the quality, customer service and technology. But it still lacks one thing that its German luxury competitors have.
Land Rover's Discovery is no poseur off-road
The new Land Rover Discovery is one of the most important launches for Jaguar Land Rover since the brands split from Ford in 2008.
JCI CEO Molinaroli was paid $46.4 million in one month, documents say
Alex Molinaroli, the CEO of Johnson Controls International, was paid $46.