Hyundai-Aptiv self-driving JV now named Motional
The $4 billion Hyundai-Aptiv self-driving joint venture said the new name, Motional, is a combination of the words "motion" and "emotional."
UAW president, Sanders divided over convention event, report says
The Vermont senator had planned to have former UAW President Bob King introduce him for president from a union hall, Reuters reported, but the union has endorsed Joe Biden.
Hertz seeks bankruptcy loan as rental volume slowly recovers
The rental-car giant is looking for new sources of cash with the travel business in a deep slump and proceeds from the sale of its cars going to pay off creditors.
Sales rise 4th straight month behind 16% surge in July
German and Japanese brands are expected to benefit the most from improving demand as the coronavirus pandemic eases in the world's biggest market. GM and Ford may get hit by escalating tensions between China and the U.S.
Judge blocks Uber, Lyft from classifying drivers as contractors in Calif.
The decision is a setback for the ride-hailing companies as they defend against a lawsuit by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and the cities of Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco.The judge delayed enforcing his order by 10 days to give the companies a chance to appeal.
Tesla store among shops vandalized overnight in Chicago
The unrest reportedly stemmed from an incident earlier in the day when officers shot and wounded a 20-year-old man after he fired shots at them while being chased.
FCA denies GM's accusations of spying
FCA said GM's attempt to revive a federal racketeering case that a judge dismissed in July with new claims of bribery and corporate espionage is "meritless and should be denied."
Nikola plans to make 2,500 electric garbage trucks
Nikola shares surged 22 percent after the company announced the plans to build trucks for Republic Services.
Former NIADA chief to join KAR Global
Steve Jordan, whose resignation as CEO of the used-vehicle dealers association was announced Friday, will become KAR's executive vice president of dealer sales starting in September.
NHTSA to evaluate cause of interior fires in 2014 Chrysler Town & Country minivans
The agency's Office of Defects Investigation has received three reports alleging the minivans caught fire at the charge hub.