Aging models such as the BMW 1 series and Audi A3 as well as the continued rise of SUV alternatives will cause sales in Europe’s compact premium segment to fall for a second consecutive year, according to predictions.
Toyota’s latest batch of newly promoted executives injects new diversity of thought, but all are decidedly single-minded in warning that Japan’s biggest automaker is beset by industry upheaval.
Besides Marchionne, there are 17 men on the FCA group executive council, but realistically, only a handful are likely candidates for CEO.
GKN has changed CEOs, embarked on a two-year profit drive and now is battling a hostile takeover — all while launching its advanced eDrive technology.
Ford said it will end production of the popular Focus RS hot hatch on April 6 after a limited run of 50 “Heritage Edition” cars to be sold in the United Kingdom.
FCA said it would recall about 228,508 trucks in the United States, Canada, Mexico and other markets to prevent drivers from unintentionally shifting their vehicles out of “park.”
Do auto retailers befuddled by the Military Lending Act clarification now have the ear of the White House? Pennsylvania dealer Corina Straub Diehl thinks so.
The Commerce Department recommended that President Donald Trump impose a significant range of tariffs and quotas on imported aluminum and steel.
Princeton Enterprises has purchased the UAW-Chrysler National Training Center building in Detroit for an undisclosed sum.
American Axle posted record sales driven by strong light-truck production, as it continues to absorb the benefits of its Metaldyne acquisition.
Some potential buyers of Tesla’s long-delayed Model 3 are concerned that they will miss out on federal tax breaks and are looking for alternatives such as the Chevy Bolt.
The first commercial ride-hailing service without human drivers has been approved in the United States. Google affiliate Waymo won a permit in January from the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Phantom Auto is refining a system that lets remote drivers take over self-driving cars when the cars get stuck.
Lyft wants to put drivers in cars they can afford, rather than having them take on expensive loans for new vehicles.