Supplier Faurecia to buy full control of SAS venture from Continental
Faurecia said it would buy the remaining 50 percent stake in the interior module joint venture for $248 million in a deal that's expected to close in early 2020.
VW Group's EV shift will not hurt margins, CEO tells paper
Volkswagen Group's scale will protect its profit margins as the automaker invests heavily in electric vehicles, CEO Herbert Diess said.
NADA: USMCA means affordable vehicles
Average new-vehicle transaction prices keep climbing, raising average monthly payments and extending borrowing terms. The NADA wants congress to adopt a new North American trade pact to help keep new vehicles within reach of U.S. consumers.
Nissan's new man for all regions
A glimpse of Makoto Uchida in action may signal what's in store for a struggling Nissan and its businesses in North America, South America, Europe and elsewhere.
GM hopes range, education boost EV sales
With the 2020 Bolt EV, Chevrolet says it has solved the electric vehicle range-price puzzle. But getting everyone who sells the car or may want to drive one to understand it remains a hurdle.
Sedan is still top choice among minority buyers
Cars are still outpacing crossovers in popularity among minority consumers, and African Americans are a fast-growing segment of pickup buyers, according to IHS Markit.
As luxury residuals fall, some cite Tesla
Luxury-brand residual values are in decline, and it's partly because Tesla is winning away customers.
Tokyo auto show preview
A dearth of participating foreign brands means the Japanese automakers will have to step up their game.
Economic impact of UAW strike balloons
By the end of last week, some 150,000 workers either had been laid off or had their pay reduced, a consulting firm said. Most of those affected don't even work for GM.
End of an era at Renault-Nissan
With Thierry Bollore's ouster at Renault and new leaders taking the helm at Nissan, Carlos Ghosn's imprint on the alliance is quickly disappearing.