Tesla struggles with too much reliance on troubled CEO Elon Musk

Tesla’s story has been such a soap opera that it’s hard to know which twists and turns are worth heeding.

Tariffs hit toolmakers in supply chain

Supplier consultant Laurie Harbour says tariffs are raising tool costs for auto suppliers.

Tariffs hit toolmakers in supply chain

Supplier consultant Laurie Harbour says tariffs are raising tool costs for auto suppliers.

Tesla struggles with too much reliance on troubled CEO Elon Musk

Tesla’s story has been such a soap opera that it’s hard to know which twists and turns are worth heeding.

Toyota ordered to pay family $242 million for Lexus seat defect

A Texas jury on Friday hit Toyota with a $242 million verdict after finding that defects in the front seats of a 2002 Lexus ES300 caused serious injuries to a Dallas family’s two young children.

Why Chicago cops are worried about fraudulent car purchases

A flood of vehicles obtained fraudulently and shipped to metro Chicago has prompted police to warn dealers nationwide to exercise extra diligence in verifying the identity of online customers.

Former Key Safety CFO joins Busche Performance Group as CEO

The executive who led Key Safety Systems’ push to acquire Takata in a $1.6 billion deal has left the supplier to become the CEO of Busch Performance Group.

Detroit preps for annual automotive Mardi Gras

Detroit’s traffic jam/party of the year known as the Woodward Dream Cruise is back for a 24th year with 1.3 million people expected to jam the three-day event.

AutoNews Now: Tears of a CEO: Musk on most ‘painful year of my career’

Tears of a CEO: Musk on most ‘painful year of my career’; Lost sleep, late tweets; No secret ‘weed’ code; Toyota capacity push?; New dealer Wahlberg gives Colbert the hard sell.

AutoNews Now: Tears of a CEO: Musk on most ‘painful year of my career’

Tears of a CEO: Musk on most ‘painful year of my career’; Lost sleep, late tweets; No secret ‘weed’ code; Toyota capacity push?; New dealer Wahlberg gives Colbert the hard sell.

Detroit preps for annual automotive Mardi Gras

Detroit’s traffic jam/party of the year known as the Woodward Dream Cruise is back for a 24th year with 1.3 million people expected to jam the three-day event.

Former Key Safety CFO joins Busche Performance Group as CEO

The executive who led Key Safety Systems’ push to acquire Takata in a $1.6 billion deal has left the supplier to become the CEO of Busch Performance Group.

Detroit preps for annual automotive Mardi Gras

Detroit’s traffic jam/party of the year known as the Woodward Dream Cruise is back for a 24th year with 1.3 million people expected to jam the three-day event.

Is there a ‘peak car’ era ahead for the auto industry?

The auto industry is accelerating toward a shift that is being dubbed “peak car” — a time when sales of private vehicles across the West will plateau before making a swift descent.