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In 2018, Khosrowshahi's first full year as CEO, Uber narrowed losses and continued to grow, though at a slower pace than in the previous year.
Michigan-based Rivian, which aims to market electric pickups and sport utility vehicles, has secured new funding from Amazon and existing shareholders.
Ford CFO Bob Shanks will likely stay on through the end of 2019, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Tesla officially introduced a new feature on Thursday called "Dog Mode" that aims to keep owners' pets comfortable while left unattended in the vehicle.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says Tesla's biggest question is whether it can self-finance "where it doesn't need external equity capital to fund its very ambitious plans."
General Motors might be attracted to the platform as a way to sell a more profitable electric vehicle, while Amazon could use the basic platform for logistics.
BMW's North America CEO Bernhard Kuhnt said the company will deal with whatever tariffs are imposed, but that they are bad for consumers, dealers and the economy.
The automaker is particularly well-positioned to take advantage of a growing light truck market.
Ford is aware of five accidents involving a defect that can cause up to 1.48 million F-150 trucks to suddenly downshift to first gear, potentially causing whiplash.
The amount of auto debt that consumers carry — roughly $1.27 trillion — is 75 percent more than the amount owed at the end of 2009.
General Motors and Amazon are reportedly in talks to invest in Rivian Automotive, indicating a massive shift in the "next and potentially imminent" electric vehicle market of pickup trucks, Morgan Stanley says.
Ford and VW's electric car programs are out of sync, "almost like snowboarding and skiing," says Ford's president of global markets.
TuSimple is developing technology to allow shipping companies to operate self-driving class 8 tractor-trailers, potentially eliminating the need for drivers, the biggest expense for trucking firms.
BMW Group is rolling out two new models, X3 M and X4 M, high performance versions of the automakers popular SUVs. The models will go into production in April at BMW's plant in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The level of serious delinquencies broke past the heights reached just after the financial crisis.
Truck owners, both professional contractors and recreational drivers, want serious towing capacity. The newly updated Sierra Denali HD pickup, unveiled by GMC at the San Diego waterfront last month pulled a yacht and life boat weighing 225,00 pounds.