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MAKOTO UCHIDA: Nissan recovery plan hinges on U.S. market

MAKOTO UCHIDA: Nissan recovery plan hinges on U.S. market

The automaker's CEO about its recovery from the pandemic and plans for rebuilding the U.S. business while updating on strained relations with Renault and Mitsubishi.


New models offer peek into GM

New models offer peek into GM's electric future

The Hummer SUV and Chevy pickup are expected to be built starting in 2023 or 2024, but those schedules likely will be accelerated. 


Nigerian dealer achieves sales dreams in Vermont

Nigerian dealer achieves sales dreams in Vermont

As a Ford salesman, one customer didn't want to buy a truck from Faith Mba because he's Black, and management didn't push back. About 10 years later, Mba bought the store.


Tesla could widen release of

Tesla could widen release of 'self-driving' software in two weeks

The automaker plans to make its new "Full Self Driving" software update available to more customers.


How PSA-FCA merger plan prevailed despite COVID crisis, squabbles

How PSA-FCA merger plan prevailed despite COVID crisis, squabbles

The merger to create the world’s fourth-largest automaker was more than two years in the making and nearly collapsed at one point, according to documents filed with regulatory authorities this month.

 

 


All Mustang Mach-E models top 200 miles between charges

All Mustang Mach-E models top 200 miles between charges

Ford's new EV hits dealerships next month, with a range between charges of more than 200 miles.


Faurecia wants to be industry

Faurecia wants to be industry's hydrogen leader

Hydrogen will be the only real zero-emission solution for many vehicle segments in the years ahead, predicts Faurecia CEO Patrick Koller.


AV truck startup Gatik loads up on groceries

AV truck startup Gatik loads up on groceries

The latest partnership gives Gatik another foothold amid increasing competition in the self-driving trucking realm.


GM plans to seek banking charter for auto-lending business, report says

GM plans to seek banking charter for auto-lending business, report says

GM's finance arm, General Motors Financial Company Inc., has been talking to federal and state banking regulators for months about forming an industrial loan company and could file its applications as early as December, The Wall Street Journal reported.


VW will ax Passat sedan in U.S., Europe, sources say

VW will ax Passat sedan in U.S., Europe, sources say

Amid a steady, broad consumer shift away from cars, VW is dropping the midsize sedan to focus on EVs and utility vehicles, sources familiar with the brand's future product plans said.