Ford recalled about 390,000 newer cars, including some Fiesta, Fusion and Lincoln MKZ models, with door latch issues.» Read More
Ford will lay off about 700 workers at a Detroit-area plant making compact and compact hybrid cars, responding to a dip in demand.
Gasoline futures soar. The summer driving trade, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now traders Jeff Kilburg and Jim Iuorio, both at the CME.
Audi announced it's testing a service that would allow drivers to have Amazon packages delivered to their car trunks, reports NBC news.
General Motors says weakness in South America and Russia hurt demand.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on Toyota's top-ranking in the world.
Vehicle owners are most interested in technology that will keep them safe, according to a new study by J.D. Power.
A local pricing regulator in China said on Thursday it has fine Daimler's Mercedes-Benz $56.49 million for price fixing.
Colin Langan, UBS auto analyst, joins CNBC's Phil LeBeau to discuss Tesla, the auto industry and what consumers want in cars.
There seems to be a decline in clean-air fuel savers being seen as "special," USA Today reports.
Sweden's Volvo named the head of Volkswagen-owned Scania as its chief executive on Wednesday, replacing embattled Olof Persson.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell on why James Bond's next car may be made in America.
Some have challenged Obama's auto-emission rules on economic grounds but guess what? They actually HELP the economy, says this former EPA director.
Uber and Capital One announced Tuesday a partnership to allow Quicksilver customers to get 20 percent back as a statement credit on every Uber ride.
Global automakers are ploughing ahead with expansion plans in China despite reports of stalling sales amid fierce competition and slowing economic growth.
CNBC's Kaori Enjoji reports the automaker plans to mass produce the first Chinese-built automobile made for the U.S. market.
Gett is taking on the Uber in New York City by banning surge pricing and aggressively cutting fares.
SUVs are becoming more popular in inner China, causing automakers to boost production on the vehicles.
Subways may no longer be digital black holes for riders, as many of the country's largest cities are working to bring cell service underground.
The German automaker says its 7 Series would be the first production model to allow parking without a driver behind the wheel.
CNBC's Kate Rogers on the big recall of the little Mini Cooper.