Mercedes and BMW both have big U.S. plants that each import more cars to China than Ford, GM and Fiat Chrysler combined. » Read More
As an updated 2019 version of the Prius gets ready to roll into U.S. showrooms, Toyota is facing a difficult situation. Sales of the Prius have been tumbling for several years and were down 23.2 percent for the first 11 months of 2018. » Read More
The automaker said it has about 2,700 job openings at several factories across the U.S. as it looks to cut roughly 14,000 jobs from its payroll. » Read More
The electric car maker assembles all of its cars in the United States but is aggressively pursuing a plan to build a factory in Shanghai for the China market. » Read More
Tokyo prosecutors indicted Nissan Motor along with its ousted Chairman Carlos Ghosn, on Monday, shifting the focus of the financial misconduct scandal to the Japanese automaker and its CEO's responsibility.
Tesla's Elon Musk says he would consider buying some of the plants that GM plans to wind down. Musk makes no apologies for his erratic behavior over the summer and reiterates his lack of respect for the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Mack Hogan tested a Mercedes CLS 450, a redesigned four-door coupe that puts luxury first. He says it drives great, turns heads and even has added niceities like a built-in perfume system. Here's his review of the 2019 Mercedes CLS 450.
Barring a last-minute hitch, Ford Motor and Volkswagen plan to announce a far-reaching alliance shortly after the new year, one that will cover a wide swath of territory and a broad range of technologies, new and old.
Tesla has "significant execution hurdles ahead," says Consumer Edge Research's James Albertine.
President Donald Trump may not like it, but the flow of vehicles built in Mexico and sold in the U.S. is not slowing down. In fact, Mexico is on pace for a record year for auto exports to the U.S., with the total likely topping 2.5 million vehicles.
Living with your parents might save on rent, but you'll pay more for auto insurance.
Tesla is upgraded by a Jefferies analyst who cited the company's strengthening balance sheet, strong growth relative to the rest of the auto industry and improving productivity witnessed at a recent visit to the carmaker's Fremont factory.
Turmoil at Japan's Nissan Motor surrounding allegations of impropriety by ousted chairman Carlos Ghosn raises questions about the oversight role of the company's board of directors, a corporate experts said.
A top lawyer at Tesla, Todd Maron, is leaving the company to be replaced by seasoned trial lawyer Dane Butswinkas, chairman of Williams & Connolly.
Jim Cramer breaks down how Tesla could benefit from a Chinese tariff rollback.
Shares of Tesla are trading above the conversion price on $920 million in debt due in March 2019.
Fiat Chrysler is reviving an old Mack II Engine Plant that closed in 2012 to build a new Jeep SUV as the automaker moves to keep up with strong demand for utility vehicles.
The new midsize van will be available as a battery electric vehicle in 2020.
Tesla is on pace to begin producing in China, which would allow the electric car company to reduce costs significantly.
The CEO of the largest U.S. automaker has come under fire for the cuts, which the automaker says are necessary to improve efficiency and help the company invest in new technologies and businesses.
Carmakers were initially buoyed by the claim of an "incredible" trade deal emerging Trump's dinner with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the G-20 summit. But the White House has now backpedaled, acknowledging there was no deal.
After months of testing and millions of miles developing self-driving vehicle technology, Waymo has officially launched the country's first commercial autonomous ride-share service.
Cheaper Model 3s are expected to limit competition from new rivals, and the electric automaker is expected to improve efficiency.
Just a decade ago, sedans, coupes and other passenger cars accounted for more than half the new vehicle market. Through the end of November, that tumbled to just 30.5 percent with the decline expected to continue for at least several more years.