Trophy Automotive says it is unaware of any Nissan review

Trophy Automotive, the California retailer under review by Nissan as part of its investigation of ousted boss Carlos Ghosn, says it is unaware of such a review and maintains that its operations are separate from any businesses embroiled in the scandal.

VW, Ford eye low-cost Turkey, Poland to boost van profits

VW may build Transit vans in Poland, while Ford could start output of the Transporter van in Turkey as the automakers plan a partnership to boost profits in that segment.

VW, Ford eye low-cost Turkey, Poland production to boost profits in lucrative van market

VW may build Transit vans in Poland, while Ford could start output of the Transporter van in Turkey as both automakers establish a commercial vehicle partnership aimed at boosting profits in the lucrative segment.

Britain’s luxury automakers prepare for worst as Brexit looms

Automakers including Rolls-Royce, Bentley and Aston Martin are bracing themselves for a no-deal scenario and disruption to their supply chains after the UK parliament rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Ghosn may be dismissed by Renault as accusations mount

Carlos Ghosn appears to be on the way out at Renault as accusations mount against the ousted Nissan chairman, including an alleged $8 million payment from an entity named NMBV that is part of the manufacturing partnership he assembled between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi.

Ghosn’s Japanese crisis spreads to America

The widening Carlos Ghosn crisis has reached the U.S. as one of the ousted Nissan chairman’s closest allies, Jose Munoz, quit his job as chief performance and Nissan focuses on how some U.S. dealer franchises were awarded.

Ghosn’s Japanese crisis spreads to America

The widening Carlos Ghosn crisis has reached the U.S. as one of the ousted Nissan chairman’s closest allies, Jose Munoz, quit his job as chief performance and Nissan focuses on how some U.S. dealer franchises were awarded.

Expert: Renault should take the time to get it right

Renault appears to be ready to follow Nissan’s lead and remove Carlos Ghosn from his leadership posts. But while it may be tempting for the French automaker to move quickly, one industry expert is urging caution.

Europe sales drop 9% in December following WLTP introduction

European car registrations fell 8.7 percent in December, with sales at all major automakers except Daimler and Jaguar Land Rover contracting as the introduction of tougher new emissions tests continued to weigh on demand.

Automakers prepare for worst as Brexit looms

Automakers including Aston Martin, VW, and BMW are bracing themselves for a no-deal scenario and disruption to their supply chains after the UK parliament resoundingly rejected Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal.

Unifor members at GM supplier walk of job in protest of Oshawa closure

About 100 workers at supplier Inteva Products in Canada walked off the job at 8:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday in protest of GM’s decision to close its Oshawa assembly plant.

Toyota’s Lentz sees car sales stabilizing, EVs languishing

Falling car sales are likely to stabilize at their current level of about 30 percent of the overall market, the Toyota executive said.

Unifor members at GM supplier walk of job in protest of Oshawa closure

About 100 workers at supplier Inteva Products in Canada walked off the job at 8:30 a.m. ET on Tuesday in protest of GM’s decision to close its Oshawa assembly plant.

France seeks Renault board meeting to replace Ghosn, report says

The French government is moving to dismiss Renault’s scandal-hit CEO Carlos Ghosn and has requested a board meeting to consider candidates to replace him, sources told Reuters.