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Ford Motors announced on Friday it is acquiring shuttle service Chariot as the auto giant seeks to cater to customers who may not even own a car.
James Liang also agrees to cooperate in the U.S. criminal probe into the German automaker's diesel emissions scandal.
In some cases, owners should park their vehicles outside until they are fixed.
Early morning commuters in Delaware saw heavy delays on Thursday after a truck carrying unstamped pennies overturned on Interstate 95.
Mazda is recalling more than 759,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. and Canada because the rear hatches can fall on people and injure them.
Tesla Motors said it had entered into an agreement with Deutsche Bank whereby it can borrow up to $300 million for its vehicle leasing program.
The $8.5 billion sale of motorsport franchise Formula 1 could be driven off track by an ownership conflict of interest.
Shares of Navistar surge after Volkswagen agreed to form a strategic alliance to supply engines to the U.S. truck maker.
Car buyers with the best credit records are shifting gears, with more of them taking out loans for used vehicles instead of new ones.
Liberty Media Corp is nearing a deal to buy a significant stake in the Formula One racing car series, the Financial Times reported on Sunday.
European Commission has found that Volkswagen broke consumer laws in 20 countries by cheating on emissions tests, German daily Die Welt reported.
Uber and Lyft are battling the taxi industry and regulators in key cities across the U.S., even as they remain locked in a money-losing price war.
Driverless car technology will also be a disaster for the millions of Americans who work as long-haul truckers, bus drivers or cab drivers.
Harley-Davidson plans to cut about 200 positions as the company adjusts its production schedule due to a lower forecast for motorcycle shipments.
Mazda Motor said it would recall a total of 2.3 million vehicles worldwide over potential problems with their rear gates.
Much like the station wagon was phased out by the late '90s, the sedan is slowly fading away.