Mahindra prepares 'brand journey' to launch passenger vehicles in U.S.
India's Mahindra & Mahindra, preparing to launch an off-road vehicle in the US, will take a "thoughtful" approach to marketing on-road passenger vehicles next, company officials said.
Honda to use Facebook to find owners with defective Takata airbags
Honda will use Facebook's custom-audiences tool to find car owners with defective Takata airbags.
Tesla: A distraction from desperation?
Few companies can propose to take on both Freightliner and Ferrari in one night. But the dollars-and-sense business of automaking remains a deep and daily challenge for Tesla.
Infiniti plays with power
Nissan engineers have succeeded in commercializing variable compression engine technology for the new Infiniti QX50.
New technology shakes up the purchasing department
As automakers look for advanced technologies, their unfamiliar suppliers are bringing new ideas to old purchasing departments.
Why is this catalytic converter supplier smiling?
Tougher fuel economy and emissions regulations will require new engine designs, and more work for the company.
At Bosch, to err can be divine
Bosch wants to stimulate creative new ideas for the coming era of autonomous vehicles. To get there, it's willing to accept a few unsuccessful efforts.
Autoliv goes back to school on lean manufacturing
Autoliv adopted lean manufacturing practices years ago -- and then found out that it needed a refresher course.
Toyota puts U.S. workers on alert: Made-in-Japan Camrys cheaper
Toyota issued an unsettling warning to Kentucky workers building its top-selling Camry sedan: Cut costs now or face an uncertain future.
VW shakes up German production as it bids to become EV leader
VW Group is reorganizing production at its German factories to further its goal of transforming itself into a leading force in EVs.
Ghosn's ace for growth: Suppliers
Carlos Ghosn has big visions for the growth of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance. And to make it happen, he knows he must lean on parts suppliers like never before.
Two-thirds of U.S. vehicles with Takata airbags still not fixed
Nearly two-thirds of vehicles in the United States with defective Takata airbag inflators remain unrepaired as automakers have made varying degrees of progress addressing the largest recall ever.
U.S. rejects Ford, Mazda petitions to delay recall of Takata airbags
NHTSA turned down a petition by Ford and Mazda to delay -- for additional testing -- the recall of about 3 million vehicles with potentially defective airbag inflators made by Takata.
Nissan cites staff shortage for improper plant tests
Nissan blamed a lack of trained staff for improper inspections at Japan factories and will increase the number of inspectors to improve compliance.
Ford plans $885 million outlay to build key crossover in Spain
Ford will invest more than 750 million euros ($885 million) in its Spanish plant in the eastern region of Valencia to produce the next-generation Kuga crossover.
Toyota preps another small crossover concept
Toyota will unwrap a small crossover concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show geared toward outdoor enthusiasts and urban dwellers. It will be the third crossover concept introduced this year based on the company's new modular platform.
Lear CEO Simoncini resigns; seating boss Ray Scott is successor
Lear CEO Matt Simoncini is stepping down, effective Feb. 28, ending a six-year run in the company's top job. Ray Scott, president of the supplier's seating unit, will replace Simoncini.