The blue pixelated pickup is on a short-list of candidates for new emojis awaiting approval for use in 2020 that's reviewed by the Unicode Consortium, Ford announced Wednesday, which happened to be world emoji day.
Automaker Fiat Chrysler's stock fell by almost 5% in early morning trading Tuesday. The downturn came after Goldman Sachs revised the company's rating to sell citing problems with growth in North America a main reason for the change.
The risk of U.S. tariffs on global auto imports and parts has cast a shadow over the worldwide auto market, but some automakers stand to lose more than others.
Saudi Arabian budget airline Flyadeal will operate an all-Airbus fleet after canceling its $5.9 billion provisional order with Boeing for its troubled 737 Max.
Bob Lutz, a longtime executive who worked closely with Lee Iacocca remembered his mentor and colleague on CNBC earlier today.
The company's second-quarter production and delivery numbers, released late Tuesday, eased investors' concerns about demand for its electric cars and SUVs with the company delivering a record 95,200 vehicles in the last quarter.
Tesla delivered 95,200 cars during the second quarter, besting its previous record of 90,700 deliveries set in the fourth quarter.
The latest holdup in the plane's troubled recertification process involves a chip failure that can cause the plane's nose to point downward.
The shares jumped from an IPO price of $20 apiece Thursday to almost $30 in morning trading on the Nasdaq under the symbol REAL, giving it a preliminary market value of $2.49 billion.
Tesla's vice president of production, Peter Hochholdinger, who oversees all of the manufacturing at the company's Fremont, California, factory, is out, according to a report by industry publication Electrek.