Mercedes-Benz owner Daimler has invested millions in an Israeli start-up whose battery technology can charge electric vehicles in a matter of minutes.
CNBC looks at some of the newsmakers at the annual motor show in Frankurt.
FRANKFURT, Germany— Carmakers at the Frankfurt auto show are unveiling the low-emissions vehicles and technology strategies they hope will let them profit from the sweeping changes due to hit the auto industry in the next few years. Volkswagen AG showed off a revised version of its electric ID Crozz crossover SUV concept vehicle as it announced a long-term...
Traditional European automakers are prioritizing the development of electric cars as they seek to gain market share from U.S. upstart Tesla.
Europe finished sharply higher on Monday, supported by gains in trade seen overseas, as investors worldwide continued to monitor the impact of Irma.
Daimler has set a new target of saving 4 billion euros by 2025 to help offset the lower profitability of electric cars.
And yet, when the world's biggest automakers unveil new models at this year's auto show in Frankfurt, among the new electric vehicles and digitally-enhanced prototypes there will also be diesel cars. The carmakers at the show, mainly Germany's big manufacturers, are hoping to modify diesel engines to make them cleaner rather than throw them out altogether.
European markets ended Wednesday on a relatively mixed note, as investors cheered on the rebound seen in U.S. markets.
Nissan Motor and its alliance partner Renault are setting up a new joint venture in China with Dongfeng Motor Group to design and build electric cars, joining a list of global automakers aiming to make such vehicles in China.
It was the afternoon of Sunday, July 23 in a muddy field in Oxfordshire that I succumbed to the inevitable.
German automakers and politicians have come to an agreement to cut emissions by updating the software of 5 million diesel cars.
As Tesla takes its high-end cars to the mainstream, several luxury carmakers are planning competitors.
European markets closed higher on Wednesday afternoon as investors geared up for a rate decision from the U.S. Federal Reserve and continued to digest earnings reports.
Daimler's second-quarter operating profit rose 15 percent, despite booming sales of the new Mercedes-Benz cars helping to lift margins.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach takes a look at the key surprises from German automaker Daimler’s latest set of earnings.
CNBC’s Annette Weisbach breaks down the key takeaways from German automaker Daimler’s latest set of earnings.
Allegations of industry collusion between Germany's car manufacturing industry is not likely to spill over into a major global legal threat, Arndt Ellinghorst, head of global automotive research at Evercore ISI, told CNBC on Tuesday.
Bourses in Europe closed mixed on Monday as auto stocks slumped amid allegations of collusion.
Shares in the top three German carmakers dropped sharply on Monday after it was reported that EU antitrust officials had started investigating a possible breach of regulatory standards.
European stocks closed higher on Thursday as investors digested new earnings reports and responded to more comments from Fed Chair Janet Yellen.