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German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel rejected threats by Donald Trump to put tariffs on German automakers if they set up plants in Mexico.
President-elect Trump has warned that the U.S. will impose a 35 percent border tax on cars that BMW makes in Mexico for U.S. export.
This CES, BMW showcased its prototype series 5 with self-driving capabilities as well as the Open Mobility Cloud, a feature that will be available to consumers in March.
The $20 billion that Volkswagen is paying to resolve civil and criminal charges is unlikely to be the end of the story, The NYT reports.
Jefferies predicts Mobileye's sales to automotive companies will grow 46 percent per year through 2020.
The Justice Department says it will face three years of oversight by independent monitors as part of the plea agreement, Reuters reported.
Dyson has been making moves that suggest it will enter the electric car business, or a related industry beyond home appliances.
The U.S. Justice Department announced on Friday that a grand jury has indicted 3 former Takata executives over air bag recalls.
More government regulation is not the answer to emissions cheating, says Prof. Timothy Carone. Here's what will help.
Tesla will charge new owners of their Model S and Model X cars for using the automaker's Superchargers, and have also announced idle costs for any costs, The Verge reports.
Volkswagen managers who set foot in the U.S. are apt to being arrested in connection to the diesel emissions scandal surrounding the German automaker.
Toyota Motor says it is recalling another 543,000 vehicles in the U.S. for defective front passenger air bag inflators made by Japan's Takata.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles shares rose as investors played down the potential impact of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency accusing the company of concealing diesel emissions.
Judicial investigation launched into Renault over emissions, a source told Reuters, causing the carmaker's shares to fall sharply.
Fiat Chrysler's U.S.-listed shares finished Thursday a tenth lower following allegations from the U.S. government environmental agency.
Automakers have been gaming the system for years when it comes to environmental rules, says Jake Novak. Fiat and VW just went too far.