Volkswagen and sister brand Audi reported higher September sales, offering the first look at consumer demand following revelations of cheating on diesel emissions tests.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV's U.S. workers soundly rejected a four-year contract negotiated by leaders of the United Auto Workers (UAW) and the company, the UAW said on Thursday.
September auto sales toppled estimates as trucks and sport-utility vehicles continued to shine, thanks to cheaper gas, low interest rates and pent-up demand.
Ford's F-Series trucks should remain the best-selling model this year. That battle may be lost, but GM is winning the war. So far, GM's total truck sales are outpacing its chief rival.
Tesla's Model X, unveiled by the upstart car maker on Tuesday night, is wandering down an uncharted road as the lone all-electric crossover in the U.S.
Tesla will finally debut its Model X on Tuesday night, hoping to tap into a fast-growing market for luxury crossovers.
The FAA is updating its antiquated air traffic control system moving away from radar into the modern world.
Volkswagen, moving quickly to find a new CEO, announced that Porsche chief and company veteran Matthias Mueller will lead the German auto group that is now engulfed in a scandal over diesel emissions.
Volkswagen is a mess right now. Good news, though, if you’re looking at other auto stocks.