CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the Cadillac Super Cruise system. Paul Ingrassia, editor of Revs Institute for Automotive Research, discusses whether autonomous driving will create more distracted driving.
Top analyst: buy this auto stock
Adam Jonas, head of global autos and shared mobility research at Morgan Stanley, discusses the "buy" call of the day for General Motors as the company develops technology for autonomous driving. The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders weigh in.
Cadillac's CT6 will offer its Super Cruise technology this fall, which could be a game changer for the luxury car maker.
Cadillac President Johan De Nysschen demonstrates GM’s new hands-free driving system, called Super Cruise, along a California highway with CNBC’s Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on General Motor's new "super cruise control" technology that allows for a limited hands-free driving experience in its Cadillac CT6.
The Toyota Camry and Honda Accord have dropped out of the top 10 list of most American-made vehicles.
Ford Motor will export vehicles from China to the U.S. for the first time starting in 2019.
The company's bankruptcy will leave little for dozens of people who sued the company over its exploding air bag inflators, experts said.
Robert Olstein shares his views on value investing in an exclusive interview for CNBC PRO with Mike Santoli.
Snap shares sinking to trade around IPO price could spell trouble ahead for future IPOs.
The CEO says this "core skill" is what companies are looking for.
Stocks are reacting to the cold, hard facts of the economy first and foremost.
General Motors will extend shutdowns at some of its factories this summer as sales slow and inventories fill up.
The Silicon Valley tech icon is a big fan of electric vehicles and his Apple watch.
German carmakers must be prepared to prioritize deals with European trading partners over Britain, according to a German finance expert.
Beyond the rotation from tech to banks, the old growth vs. value divide is reemerging in the stock market.
"Few people know that we started Tesla when GM forcibly recalled all electric cars from customers in 2003," Musk wrote on Twitter.
Elon Musk says people betting against Tesla intensely the want the company to fail.
CNBC contributor Dan Nathan talks about his bearish bet on General Motors.