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Churning out an astounding 1,900 horsepower, Ferrari's Pininfarina Battista is one of the most powerful automobiles ever produced. It also happens to be all electric, one of a score of battery-based vehicles debuting at this week's Geneva Motor Show.
The automaker offered voluntary separation programs for employees in Germany and the UK to help accelerate its plant to improve performance in the region, where Ford has struggled.
The electric car has become so popular that it could cost 3 million auto industry jobs in the next three to five years, according to a prominent analyst.
Tesla unveiled its long-awaited Model Y at the company's design studio in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Tesla unveiled its crossover SUV electric vehicle on Thursday night but Wall Street was largely unimpressed by it and received it with little fanfare.
The SEC alleged in a court filing that Volkswagen "perpetrated a massive fraud" and repeatedly lied to U.S. investors in connection with the so-called dieselgate scandal.
The Model Y could help Tesla tap into the growing crossover market.
Jim Cramer explains why he will not recommend Ford until the company puts up more than one good quarter.
The automaker said the agency is 'piling on' and that the agency's complaint is without merit.
Ride-hailing company Uber is planning to kick off its initial public offering in April, putting it close on the heels of its smaller rival Lyft, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Audi is developing a new battery-vehicle "architecture," dubbed premium platform electric, or PPE, that will be shared by other brands, including Porsche.
Japanese automaker Toyota is upping its investment in the U.S. by 30 percent to $13 billion by 2021, the company said Thursday.
Tesla dives into one of the hottest auto segments with the long-awaited debut of its Model Y crossover utility Thursday night.
Tesla's new CFO officially took office Wednesday, the company said in a filing. The company also promoted its corporate controller Vaibhav Taneja to the role of Chief Accounting Officer.
Volkswagen said it would not pursue an initial public offering of its trucks unit Traton due to current market conditions