South Korean automakers Hyundai Motor Co. and Kia Motors Corp. will pay $41.2 million to 33 states and the District of Columbia to settle an investigation into their fuel economy ratings.
Ford CEO Mark Fields talks jobs, Trump and business strategy.
The automaker is ready to put its pricey Super Duty launch in the rear-view mirror, as the trucks hit showrooms this fall.
Troubles in Ford Motor Co.'s home market — including a massive recall and the difficult launch of new heavy-duty pickups — are hurting the company's bottom line.
Ford Motor's net income fell 56% in the third quarter as hefty safety-recall expenses and softer sales in the auto maker's core U.S. market dinged profits in North America.
Volkswagen says profits bounced back to 2.34 billion euros ($2.55 billion) in the third quarter from a large loss a year earlier, when the bank had one-time losses in anticipation of settling its scandal over cars rigged to cheat on diesel emissions tests.
Electric car maker Tesla Motors has posted its first quarterly profit in three years.
Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) reported a quarterly profit on Wednesday as record deliveries helped to offset rising expenses related to next year's roll-out of the company's mass-market Model 3 sedan.
Automaker Nissan's Mexico unit says it will cease production of the long-running Tsuru model that has been sold in the country since the mid-1980s.
U.S. safety regulators have decided not to open a formal investigation into complaints that transmissions can fail in more than 857,000 Nissan trucks.
Ford is recalling nearly 412,000 older SUVs worldwide to fix fuel leaks that could cause fires.
Both questions, of course, are related to Tesla's upcoming Model 3.
Subaru is recalling more than 100,000 of its top-selling models in the U.S. because a turbocharger air pump can run continuously, overheat and could cause fires.
A self-driving big rig hauling Budweiser beer is the first commercial shipment without a driver behind the wheel.
Anheuser-Busch says it has completed the world's first commercial shipment by self-driving truck, sending a beer-filled tractor-trailer on a journey of more than 120 miles through Colorado.
A federal judge on Tuesday approved a settlement between Volkswagen AG and about 475,000 owners of diesel cars that don't meet U.S. emissions standards.
A U.S. federal judge on Tuesday approved Volkswagen AG's record-setting $14.7 billion settlement with regulators and owners of 475,000 polluting diesel vehicles, and the German automaker said it would begin buying back the vehicles in mid-November.
A federal judge in San Francisco has approved a $15 billion court settlement of most claims against Volkswagen for its emissions-cheating scandal.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles increased its earnings forecast after returning to a profit in the third quarter, driven by strong results in North America.
Younger men and women are equally confident in their car-buying abilities, Edmunds.com found in a new survey.