GM's execs scouted Ford's operation, then went a different route.
They say it's political rhetoric, though European automakers are a worry.
U.S. car tariffs appear to be on pause 'as long as we are negotiating.'
How much truck could a woodchuck chuck? An entire Chevy Suburban.
But leaders of bigger unions are apparently bigger soccer fans.
He's accused of accessing a secret database, downloading a blueprint.
U.S. national security investigation alarms BMW, VW and Daimler.
German cities are entitled to ban older diesel vehicles from streets with immediate effect to bring air pollution levels in line with European Union rules, Germany's top administrative court confirmed on Friday.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt on Thursday rejected a litany of ethics complaints against him as lies intended to derail President Donald Trump's agenda, and put much of the blame for any agency missteps on his staff.
Tesla's troubles with media reports on working conditions and union organizing took a hard right turn on Monday. In response to Reveal's report on Tesla's workplace safety, the auto manufacturer accused the Pulitzer-finalist of being "an extremist organization working directly with union supporters to create a calculated disinformation campaign against Tesla."
The Trump administration's rejection on Monday of an Obama-era plan to make automobiles more fuel efficient opens up a long process to weaken current standards and puts California and the federal government on a collision course over vehicle emissions.
The White House is reviewing Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt's activities after reports he paid below the market rate to live in a condo owned by a lobbyist who deals with issues overseen by the agency, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday rejected an Obama-era plan to make automobiles more fuel efficient in a win for car and oil companies and the latest move by the Trump administration to roll back environmental regulations.
It's the latest example of the president wading awkwardly into the global automotive industry.
Emissions from 'gliders' dwarf those from Volkswagen's dieselgate scandal.
He could have just sold them. How dumb is that?
"Amazingly, there were no injuries."
October illustrated the the auto sector's strength.
Volvo tweets that it will cease advertising on Sean Hannity's show, then deletes the tweet.