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"I'm seeing a huge momentum for our company which we believe will continue in 2016", Daimler's chairman, Dr. Dieter Zetsche told CNBC.
Despite record profits, strong profit margins and sales that show no sign of slowing down, auto stocks are tumbling.
Federal regulators said Toyota dealerships had charged black and Asian borrowers higher interest rates than non-white borrowers.
A classic 1957 Ferrari is set to become the most expensive car to sell at a European auction this Friday.
GM rode sales of SUVs and pickup trucks to a record profit in 2015, and the automaker reaffirmed its expectation to do better this year.
One Tesla customer got his order personally cancelled by chief executive Elon Musk after the company was slammed in a blog post.
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.