Ford profits fall on recall charges, higher costs
Ford reported first-quarter net income of $1.6 billion, down $900 million from a year earlier, as revenue rose and profit margins shrank. Pretax earnings were $2.
Takata stock trading suspended after reported bankruptcy filing plan
Takata stock trading was suspended in Japan after a newspaper report that the embattled auto supplier was considering filing for bankruptcy protection.
Automakers to meet with U.S. transportation, EPA chiefs
Major automakers are set to meet with the head of the U.S.
U.S. auto sales forecast to slip in April as retail demand slumps
It's becoming increasingly clear that U.S. new-vehicle sales have passed their peak, with April expected to mark the industry's fourth consecutive monthly decline.
Trump rules out swift NAFTA withdrawal in favor of renegotiation
President Trump won't immediately terminate U.S.
Asbury's Q1 net rises 9.7% on F&I, parts and service gains, flat revenue
Asbury Automotive Group's first-quarter net income climbed 9.7 percent to $34 million on parts and service and finance and insurance gains, as revenue held flat at $1.
Kia plans $1.1 billion plant in India
Kia Motors signed a deal to invest about $1.1 billion to build its first factory in India, aiming to tap a fast growing market at a time when its China sales are sagging.
Detroit auto show to open mobility showcase to public
The North American International Auto Show plans to expand its mobility and technology showcase, Automobili-D, to the public next year with a focus on talent recruitment.
European ride service Gett buys U.S. rival Juno for $200 million
European ride-service Gett has bought New York rival Juno for $200 million in a deal that further consolidates the ride-hailing industry. Were Juno drivers short-changed?
Sonic swings to Q1 loss on refinancing costs, weak sales
Sonic swung to a first-quarter loss of $541,000 from a year-earlier net profit of $14.6 million as the dealership group took a hit from refinancing its debt.
Penske Automotive's Q1 net rises 3.5% on acquisitions, U.K.
Penske Automotive's first-quarter net income rose from a year earlier, as acquisitions and strong sales at its UK dealerships pushed revenue to a record for the quarter.
VW mulls possible sale of motorbike brand Ducati, report says
VW Group is considering a possible sale of Italian motorcycle maker Ducati as the automaker seeks to streamline operations, Reuters reported.
Fiat Chrysler Q1 profit rises on shift to SUV sales; N.A. results flat
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' first-quarter earnings rose 11 percent as the manufacturer continued its shift away from sedans to more profitable SUVs and pickups.
BMW uses fear factor to rally staff in move to EVs
BMW has started putting staff through day-long events in Germany intended to warn them of the perils of not taking the electric-car revolution seriously.
Daimler raises earnings forecast on surging Mercedes profit
Daimler raised its outlook for 2017 on surging profit from the Mercedes cars unit and improving commercial-vehicle operations.
Hyundai goes to Antarctica
In the latest video to top our weekly viral video charts, Hyundai helps finish a 100-year old expedition.
Tesla hikes pay to quell unrest at key German supplier
Tesla offered pay rises and job guarantees to defuse labor tensions at a key German supplier, whose founder and CEO left the company late last month, German labor officials...
Valeo sales rise 22% on fuel-saving, self-driving tech
Valeo's quarterly sales rose 22 percent to outpace global vehicle production in all regions as the French supplier reiterated its upbeat 2017 goals.
Superior Industries Q1 net income falls 79%
Superior Industries posted a 79 percent plunge in first-quarter net income to $3.1 million, saying it experienced higher costs and lower unit sales in the quarter.
Lear posts 23% boost in Q1 net income
Seating and electronics supplier Lear reported a 23 percent leap in 2017 first-quarter net income and stronger profit margins.
Oil powerhouse Total predicts a boom in EV sales
Electric cars are coming fast -- and that's not just the opinion of carmakers anymore.
Tesla dinged by Consumer Reports for not implementing safety feature
Tesla vehicles have dropped in Consumer Reports' ratings because the automaker failed to implement a safety feature that was expected to come standard.
Wells Fargo, JPMorgan wary of auto loans, pack them in bonds
Depending whose money they're using, Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase either love subprime car loans or fear them.
Ford's loss on canceled Mexico plant will be lower than expected
Ford's loss on its aborted Mexico plant in San Luis Potosi totaled $153 million, 23 percent less than it had originally booked.
VW's charging station plan for Calif. faces objections from competitors
Major automakers and other groups are raising objections to the way VW wants to spend $2 billion on electric vehicle infrastructure and projects, as part of VW's atonement...
GM investors will 'vote with their wallets,' says Greenlight Capital
Greenlight Capital, which has been pressuring General Motors to restructure its share class, said it believed the automaker's shareholders will vote in their best financial...
Automakers ask California to ease rules for self-driving car tests
Automakers urged California to further ease its proposed regulations for autonomous vehicles, saying the state did not respond to their earlier objections by making enough...
Tesla offers more sweeteners to quell unrest at key German supplier
Tesla has offered more sweeteners to try to quell unrest at German supplier Grohmann Engineering, a maker of automated manufacturing systems that Tesla agreed to buy in...
Hyundai's Q1 profit slides on U.S. recall, China-S. Korea conflict
Hyundai posted a 21 percent fall in quarterly net profit, dragged down by a U.S. recall and sales declines in China stemming from political tensions.
Daimler says U.S. diesel probes could result in penalties, recalls
Daimler reiterated that recent steps by U.S.