A new study by LendingTree found that Tesla drivers were involved in more accidents than any other auto brand, while Ram drivers were in the most auto incidents.
BMW has issued a "Do Not Drive" order for 90,000 of its 2000-2006 model vehicles due to defective Takata-made airbags that may explode during an accident.
Ford Motor Co. says it is “transitioning from AM radio for most new and updated 2024 models," joining other automakers in dropping the feature.
Car and battery makers are spending tens of billions of dollars to build capacity for EV batteries and making choices on technology now that could shape the future of the industry.
Full-year deliveries were down 4.8%, with Europe and China hardest hit by supply chain troubles that curbed output, particularly in the first half of the year.
Redwood said it will build a $3.5 billion battery materials campus in Ridgefield that will recycle, refine and remanufacture cathode and anode materials.
BMW, the largest exporter of cars from the US, will overhaul its existing South Carolina manufacturing plant in Greer and build a new electric vehicle battery plant in Woodruff
BMW is partnering with Michigan-based startup Our Next Energy to test a long-range battery in the German automaker's iX electric SUVs.
A low supply of electrical wiring due to Russia's war on Ukraine had crippled some vehicle production.
The recall covers select 1 Series, 3 Series, 5 Series, Z4, X3 SAV AND X5 SAV vehicles between the 2006 and 2013 model years, according to documents posted to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website on March 2.
German carmaker BMW joins other corporations in getting tough against Russia.
BMW set a production record of 433,810 vehicles at its Spartanburg, S.C., factory in 2021. The facility is the automaker's largest in the world.
German carmaker BMW has unveiled the world's first "color-changing" car at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
BMW expects supply chains to remain tight well into 2022, Chief Executive Oliver Zipse said on Monday, squashing hopes that a painful shortage of crucial semiconductors will end soon.
Automakers are starting to sell cars with automated steering and speed control to ease what they say is the tedium of driving.
Ford, Nissan and BMW unveiled electric models with more range for China on Saturday as the Beijing auto show opened under anti-virus controls that included holding news conferences by international video link.
The actions helped BMW maintain a leading retail sales position among other luxury automaker
“This performance is of an altogether different magnitude," Rolls-Royce CEO said.