Ford awards CEO Hackett $16.7 million as he tries tricky turnaround

Ford CEO Jim Hackett collected nearly $17 million in his first year at the helm as he attempts a turnaround aimed at reversing a stock slide, reviving profits and preparing for the autonomous era.

UAW gained 15,000 members in 2017

Total membership in the UAW rose by 15,000 workers to 430,871 in 2017, marking the eighth consecutive year that the union saw an increase in total membership.

EPA poised to roll back Obama-era mpg targets

The EPA is expected to use a Virginia car dealership on Tuesday as the setting to formally reject the Obama administration’s landmark fuel efficiency rules for light vehicles, a move that could put automakers in the middle of a battle between the…

Tesla voluntarily recalls 123,000 early Model S vehicles over power steering bolts

Tesla is voluntarily recalling Model S sedans built before April 2016 in order to replace bolts in the power steering component.

Ghosn wants a full-fledged Renault-Nissan union

Carlos Ghosn has revived two troubled automakers and he is in the midst of doing so with a third. Now, he’s poised to undertake what might well be his final act: A full merger of Renault and Nissan.

Ghosn seeks Renault-Nissan deal for when ‘mere mortal’ steps in

Carlos Ghosn has revived two troubled automakers and he’s in the midst of doing so with a third. Now, he’s poised to undertake what might well be his final act: A full merger of Renault SA and Nissan Motor Co.

Buffett-owned tooling supplier expands suburban Detroit operation

Berkshire eSupply, a tooling supplier acquired by Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway last year, is planning to build a $45 million headquarters in Michigan that could create 240 new jobs.

VW diesels pile up coast to coast

VW is taking parking lots to a new level — and will not be emptying them soon. As part of a sweeping program to buy back diesels in violation of emissions rules, VW is using 37 secure storage sites to house nearly 300,000 VW and Audi models.

VW diesels pile up coast to coast

VW is taking parking lots to a new level — and will not be emptying them soon. As part of a sweeping program to buy back diesels in violation of emissions rules, VW is using 37 secure storage sites to house nearly 300,000 VW and Audi models.

Honda to halt production of the Accord for two weeks

Honda plans to freeze production of the 2018 Honda Accord at its Marysville, Ohio, plant for 11 days over the next four months, in response to sluggish U.S. sales and swollen inventories.

U.S. explores including wage factor in NAFTA auto rules, report says

Trade negotiators for the United States floated a plan under reworked NAFTA rules stipulating a certain amount of auto production must be carried out in areas with higher salaries, Reuters reported.

VW is storing 300,000 diesels at 37 facilities around U.S.

VW has been storing nearly 300,000 vehicles it was forced to buy back from owners in 37 secure storage facilities around the United States.

Nontariff barriers in Japan? Not for Volkswagen

The head of Volkswagen Japan says nontariff barriers are a nonissue in Japan.

Nissan casts doubt on solid-state batteries

Nissan is downplaying the potential of next-generation solid-state EV batteries, calling the level of development “practically a zero.”