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Ford 's president for EMEA told CNBC he expects "hundreds" of its approximately 10,000 salaried employees to take voluntary redundancy.
The rapidly spreading Zika virus has not only become an international public health threat, it has also foxed one India's largest automakers.
Despite a solid month of auto sales in January, "Fast Money" traders shied away from carmaker stocks like General Motors and Ford.
Politicians are wrong. Latinos are increasingly powering growth in the U.S., says Sol Trujillo.
Toyota is recalling 320,000 vehicles that have been improperly programmed and may activate air bags when it is not necessary.
Good news for Ferrari owners wasn't quite so good for the automaker's shareholders.
Self-driving cars and automatic safety features are set to reduce the number of road accidents, but could dent the revenues of car insurers.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says he sees several signs that Tesla will face tougher growth prospects in coming years.
The nation’s largest car auction posted its first sales decline since 2010, with sales of everything from muscle cars to vintage European racers slowing.
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Toyota Motor said it may halt production at domestic plants early next month due to a steel shortage after an explosion at a plant operated by an affiliate.
The newest driverless cars for London have been revealed, but the technology isn't coming from the likes of Google or a leading car manufacturer.
Nissan is recalling thousands of Altima cars for a third time to fix a latch problem.
Takata will tell Japanese carmakers its chief executive would take responsibility for the auto industry's biggest recall, sources said.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day as January winds down.
An increased American appetite for trucks and SUVs signals a belief that cheap gas prices aren't going anywhere, AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC.
Ford's fourth-quarter results beat Street expectations, and it maintained a 2016 pretax profit forecast equal to or higher than last year.
After more than 30 years, the DeLorean Motor Company will resume production of the 1982 DeLorean, made famous by the "Back to the Future" trilogy.
Fiat Chrysler on Wednesday said that it will build more of its popular Jeep and RAM pickups at its North America plants.
Regulators said Takata declared 5.1 million U.S. vehicles defective. The company disclosed an 11th death could be linked to a faulty airbag.