General Motors sold off its European brands two years ago, ending a 90-year legacy, but also roughly two decades of losses.
The New York auto show typically boasts at least a few speed demons and sports cars. Here is a list of some highlights.
On April 4, a federal judge gave Musk and the SEC two weeks to work out their differences, punting a request from the agency to hold him in contempt of court for allegedly violating an October securities fraud settlement. Now they want one more week.
This is the first year two electric vehicles have been finalists for best overall car: the I-Pace beat Audi's eTron SUV.
Ford's premium brand continues its hard lean into its heritage by bringing plush and quiet interiors into the growing small SUV market.
The company is reportedly rethinking plans to expand capacity at the factory as worries about demand for Tesla cars grows among investors.
The existing federal $7,500 tax credit for EV buyers phases out over 15 months once an automaker sells 200,000 electric cars.
Ford announces a big management shakeup, shifting key executives to retool its business model toward the future car market.
Iconic American bike motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has embarked on an ambitious plan to revamp its product line and attract new riders, but investors still think it has a lot of work ahead of it.